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Portable Solar-Powered Generator
Introducing the newest product from Nacho Enterprises: the PSPG.
About this creation

Mr. Slideshow: Hello, everyone! For those that do not know me, I am Mr. Slideshow from the Public Relations Department at Nacho Enterprises. Today will not be one of my famous "death by Power Point" presentations.



Mr. S: I am here in the field with the newest product from Nacho Enterprises, the Portable Solar-Powered Generator. We like to call it the "PSPG." As you can see, I am wearing my HAZMAT suit to protect me from any haaaarrmmmful radiation that may be emitted by this generator. But do keep in mind that everything we produce at Nacho Enterprises is safe for your daily use.



Mr. S: Ah, Mr. Twitch, sir! How are you today, sir?
Twitch: Slideshow, WHY are you wearing that RIDICULOUS suit?
Mr. S: Well, sir, it's to protect me from any harmful radiation that this generator may give off.
Twitch: It's SOLAR. POWERED. SOLAR. What kind of radiation are you talking about? Get that suit off. You're making a fool of yourself.
Mr. S: But, sir...




Twitch pulls out his pistol and aims it at Mr. Slideshow's head.
Mr. S: Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!
Twitch: Get out of that suit NOW, or I'll just shoot you and be done with it. You're safe without the suit. Solar power does not produce radiation.
Mr. S: Y-y-yes, s-sir...
Twitch: And to think that I pay you for this...



Mr. S: Okay, I'm sorry for the delay, everyone. We shall now continue.



Mr. S: The generator has access doors on the front to allow for any maintenance that is required. Oh boy, look at all of those glowing things...


Mr. S: Here is the control panel for the generator, which is inside to keep it out of any inclement weather. And those things are still glowing at me...



Mr. S: And there are the wire bundles for the unit.



Mr. S: And here are the access doors on the other side of the generator. Oh great, more glowing things... I hope that Mr. Twitch was right about this being safe...



Mr. S: For your portable transportation needs, there are built-in skids to allow forklift access. We are always thinking about YOU at Nacho Enterprises!



Mr. S: The solar panels on the top are even removable so that they can be changed out if needed.



Mr. S: As you can see here, it can come apart very easily if the situation arises. I hope that you enjoyed the presentation and remember that we here at Nacho Enterprises always look forward to your customer needs.



*Twitch's Remarks*
So here is one of my smaller MOCs that has many uses. It can put on top of buildings, beside buildings, or even attached to vehicles. Enjoy!


Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I like it 
  January 16, 2013
that s great! you did nt show the external plugs though, I painted my wall yesterday, I m going to work, when I come back, I shoot the station.
 I like it 
  January 16, 2013
is there a way to modify this generator to run off of a steam turbine and solar power as well. im thinking if that mod is possible, to shove about 5 of these into my new turbine.
 
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