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How do solar street lights work

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    Solar street lights convert solar energy into electrical energy to achieve lighting. Generally, solar street lights are a solar panel, also known as photovoltaic panels. During the day, these polysilicon made of solar photovoltaic panels convert solar energy into batteries, so that the solar lights can control the solar panels under intelligent control. Solar panels convert solar energy into electrical energy by absorbing sunlight. At night, turning on the controller will send it to the light source to provide people with night lighting.

    Solar street lights are produced by solar energy, and there is no cable, and there will be no leakage or other accidents. Current control can ensure that the battery pack will not be damaged due to charging or discharging, and has functions such as time control, temperature control, discharge damage and lightning protection.

    Why do people like to use solar street lights. Because solar street lights are different from ordinary street lights, they do not need to use electricity. They are used by the sun's energy to become electric power supply lamps. This not only reduces the cost of street lamps, but also reduces the cost of maintenance and management. Therefore, the solar street lights have replaced the street lights we usually use step by step.

    Solar street lights have a series of advantages such as low carbon environmental protection, safety and reliability, which have been recognized by customers and promoted vigorously. Therefore, it can be widely used in urban main roads, secondary roads, houses, factories, tourist attractions, parking lots and other places.

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