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Application of Solar Garden Lights

Time2016/9/13 PostedSun-Ray Enterprise Co., Ltd

The sun is the source of all energy on earth.  Therefore, using solar garden lights, lights powered by solar energy, to decorate our garden would be a wonderful idea. The advantages of solar garden lights are that they can be freely distributed in gardens without owners having to worry about cabling, or their children being electrocuted. Solar garden lights also score high marks for their use of renewable energy and little or no emission of pollutants.

The problem with solar garden lights is that they tend to have only a small area of solar cells and a relatively modest battery capacity. The consequences of these shortcomings are that solar garden lights have a reputation for emitting a small amount of light for a short period of time. But the technology of solar cells and batteries is improving all the time and the current generation of solar garden lights is superior to the first generation of solar garden lights which damaged their reputation.


In general, solar garden lights, as with many things, the more you pay the better the quality of the product. Therefore, solar garden lights, with low voltage lights, are a landscape lighting option. They require no electrical wiring. They are powered by DC electricity generated from sunshine and can easily be relocated should you redesign your landscape. Solar garden lights have built-in photo sensors so they automatically turn off during the day and turn on at night. Best of all, light from solar garden lamps doesn't require the burning of fossil fuels and the generation of carbon dioxide (CO2) and pollutants associated with the generation of electricity by a utility.


Larry Quick, coordinator of the landscape technology program at Jefferson State Community College, writes in Birmingham News on August 20, 2005:

"I've got several solar-powered outdoor lights scattered around my front yard. They are tucked away in nooks and crannies that receive several hours of direct sunlight during the day and then give off a soft diffused light at night. It is nice to have small areas of the garden come alive when the sun goes down. It is the next best thing to a low-voltage outdoor lighting system.

"Solar energy drives most life on our planet. Scientists have done an amazing job of manufacturing silicon wafers that can capture light energy and turn it into clean, non-polluting, electrical energy. As fossil fuels become scarcer and prices increase, solar energy will become an economically viable option. "


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