Solar-powered complementary streetlights can be […]
Solar-powered complementary streetlights can be used not only for road lighting, but also for home power supply, large advertising, school science, communication base stations, traffic monitoring, landscape lighting, and as an independently powered lighting facility in remote rural areas.
First, solar-powered complementary street lights are most suitable for areas rich in light and wind resources.
Wind-solar complementary energy-saving street lamps, the most suitable areas for popularization and application are rich in wind energy resources and light energy resources, such as the northwestern part of China and the southeastern region. These areas use wind-solar complementary street lights, which have strong stability and weak wind energy. In the stronger case, the energy source can be provided by a small fan, while the wind and the day can be mainly provided by the photovoltaic system.
Second, the wind and solar hybrid system can also be started when the wind is low.
The wind turbine complementary energy-saving street lamp has a compact design, and the wind has a low level of experience. It can be started at a speed of 20,000 meters per second, can be charged at 2.5 meters per second, and has a strong wind in the typhoon. In the region, the design manufacturers can also set the wind-proof complementary street lamps for the wind protection of the maximum fourteen-level winds and the corresponding anti-corrosion design for large salt and large humidity in the coastal areas.
Third, the intelligent control system of solar wind and solar complementary street lamps
The control system of the solar-powered complementary street lamp is more complicated than the single new energy control. It can not only control the light energy effect, but also protect the battery against the lighting time, the excessive state of charging, and the under-voltage protection. In the state of system overload or excessive power protection, protection measures can also be taken, and the core capability of the control system is that it can rise to the point where the power voltage provided by wind and light energy exceeds fifteen volts but less than twenty-four volts. Twenty-four volts guarantees that the system will work properly.