Solar Lights or Solar Lamp uses solar energy to produce electricity.  It consists of solar panels, battery, LED lamp and charge controller. When light falls on solar panel, solar cells present in panels(photo-voltaic panels) will convert light in electricity (DC) and store in the battery. LED lamp consumes electricity for lighting up the areas.

This can replace the AC (Alternate Current ) in future. As it uses sun energy and it is abundant and environment friendly more and more  countries are encouraging to use solar lights.

Common Usage : Solar Street LightsSolar Flood Lights, Solar Garden Lights, Solar Emergency lights, Solar Lanterns or Lamps,Solar Mobile Charger and Solar Home Lighting.

Life Span of LED

The life span of an LED is generally 50,000 hours.This is approximately 50 times longer than a typical incandescent, 20-25 times longer than a typical…

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Ampere Hour (AH) for Battery

An ampere hour (abbreviated Ah, or sometimes amp hour) is the amount of energy charge in a battery that will allow one ampere of current to flow for one hour. An ampere is…

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Solar Panel Volts

The voltage of a solar panel is based on the number of solar cells in a panel.Each different solar technology has a characteristic voltage per…

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Integrated Solar Lights

Integrated Solar Lights are similar to a traditional solar lights, where a Solar Panel and the luminary are a separate component. The battery will be…

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Automatic Solar Lights

The lights which turns ON/OFF automatically without any switch or manual intervention is called Automatic Lights. However, most solar lights turn ON and turn OFF…

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Solar Panel Wattage

Solar panel wattage represents a solar panel's theoretical power production under ideal sunlight and temperature conditions. The amount of electricity a solar panel produces depends on three…

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