I am very interested in open hardware and the capacity it has to help the developing world. Now I could visit a developing country and work on projects in that local area. However I figure that the biggest impact I can have is injecting a little free IP into the world. A well engineered design can be multiplied a million times over. Open software is a good example.
I am particularly interested in hardware that can be made locally in developing countries. My friends at Air Jaldi in Dharamsala, India agree. Pauli Nç?rhi has recently developed the Jaldi Charger. This charger has been custom designed to deal with the very demanding realities of rural India (and rural areas elsewhere), for example wildly varying AC line voltages and lightning strikes.
The charger has been designed to be constructed in India using a single layer PCB and parts that are largely available locally – important considerations that those of us in fully developed countries seldom understand.
Nice work Pauli!
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