Key Elements In A Solar Light

Here are the key elements that are present in a solar light, which makes it work properly:

Photovoltaic Solar Panel: This one will react to the light (photons), the same principle of the "photovoltaic" effect and generate a displacement of electrons, which by definition will create a continuous electric current. This current can be produced only in the presence of light, so during the day, and will be more important depending on the intensity of the light, the arrival angle of the "photons" on the panel, depending on the season, the size and quality of the solar panel, which will collect more or less energy.

Led Light Source: These are LEDs, light-emitting diodes that are mainly used in solar lamps.

Because of their low consumption, LEDs are perfectly adapted to direct current and therefore to solar. These are low-power LEDs for small solar garden lights and decorative solar lights. You can buy the best solar lights for your house and/or office from online stores, as there is a huge variety of solar lights available there.

For powerful and powerful solar lamps, such as solar terminals, street lamps, and powerful solar projectors that you will find in our range: Terminals, Lamps, Powerful Solar Street Lights, solar panel production, electronic control and low consumption of high-performance LEDs allow light output that rival wired lighting and can replace it.

The measurement of the luminous intensity is evaluated in Lumens, the consumption in Watt. The comparison of Lumens with incandescent lighting can be done roughly by dividing the Lumens by 10 to get an idea of equivalence in Watt.

Storage Batteries – Electronic Regulation: The collected energy must be stored in one or more batteries or rechargeable batteries in order to be used at night where there is no light and no energy input. Therefore, we are going to use the electricity produced during the day and stored in the batteries to light the bulbs contained in the lamps. A simple electronic control system makes it possible to control the switching on and off the bulbs when the solar panel produces hardly any energy. This electronic regulation differs according to the products and that is why some lamps come on earlier than others. This electronic control can also according to its performances manage the load, over-discharge of the batteries, modulate the lighting according to the load, allow several modes of operation of the lighting and cut off the solar lighting if the load is insufficient.