50 watt LED Solar Street Light 50 LED’s
Solar Panel specification
- 15 watts
- 6 volts
- 3 battery
Advantages of solar street lights
The installation of solar LED street lights is simple and convenient because no extra wiring is needed. It only requires a concrete base and a battery box (A split solar street light can be selected according to need, and an all-in-one solar street light is built in.). Installation does not require extensive labor, materials, and other costs.
Energy-saving and eco-friendly
Solar street lights convert sunlight into electricity without power consumption. No pollution and no radiation are in line with the current environmental protection concept. LED sources, it can be said to be the icing on the cake.
Traditional LED street lights may have potential safety hazards due to construction quality, material aging, power supply confusion, and other reasons. While solar LED street lights do not use alternating current, there is no potential safety hazard, which brings convenience to electricians to maintain lamps.
Most solar panels on the market are stable for at least ten years due to mature manufacturing technology. They can generate electricity for thirty years or more.
High technical content and low maintenance cost
The solar street light is regulated by a solar charge controller, which can adjust the light intensity according to the natural brightness and people’s needs. In remote areas, the daily maintenance costs of traditional street lights are very high. The solar street lights only need regular inspections, and the maintenance cost is relatively low.
Short payback period
Solar LED street lights do not need to pay electricity bills, and in this era of high energy prices, the payback time is greatly shortened.
street light works? Why are solar street lights used more currently? What are the benefits of solar streetlights?
1. How solar street light works
Solar street lights can be divided into off-grid types and grid-connected types. Off-grid solar street lights do not use electricity from the grid and generate self-sustained electricity on each pole. In this way, the entire life cycle of the system has zero electricity. The grid-connected solar street lighting system supplies power from solar panels to the grid during the day and then uses the grid power at night. The size of these systems is usually suitable for NET zero system design, which means that they generate enough power during the day to offset the power consumption of night lighting. The two system designs of solar street lights are designed to take into account multiple aspects of the project such as available sun, required lighting level, spacing, light power, and backup power (off-grid only).
2. Solar street lights have more benefits
In general, a 250-400 watt metal halide light is used in traditional street lights. However, spacing, brightness, and power consumption are not taken into account.
With the development of technology and awareness of climate change and energy saving, people are becoming more aware of the benefits of different types of solar lights.
Traditional street lights are slowly being replaced with LED lights. These LEDs usually supply power between 20 to 50 watts and emit the same level of light as traditional high-power lights. Solar street lights have the advantages of less replacement and maintenance, good light levels, high visibility, and high electrical efficiency. In addition, with the new LED technology, optics can be used to provide task-specific lighting on the ground instead of old-fashioned refractors that only emit light in all directions.
Finally, it is beneficial to determine the best solution by understanding the benefits of solar street lights as well as the cost difference between them and traditional electric lights. The use of LED lights in all newly installed equipment can ensure the best lighting levels while consuming the lowest power consumption. This technology has made significant progress in the past few decades.