The energy output of one 1″ x 1″ solar cell is about .45 volts per minute. The physical size should determine how much current it produces, and in this case, it’s probably in the milliamps. To determine the output, first measure the voltage, measure the output current and multiply the volts time the current. The answer will come out in wattage.
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