All You Need Inside a Solar Light

Thinking of adding some kind of lighting for the home page or the front page? But then, you think to yourself that you do not want all the messy wires running all over your beautiful garden. Not only would that be visually unappealing, it can potentially be a safety hazard, especially if you have children who often play in the near vicinity.

This is where the solar lights can be useful. They take advantage of the energy absorbed from sunlight. Wait, how can the light on at night when the energy comes from the sun until noon? Well, I'll answer this by going through the components that make up sunlight.

The streetlight led panels are directly transferred to the battery. So what happens is that when there is daylight, sunlight passes through the cells and battery charge. When it turns to night, there is energy in the battery to power the LED. Batteries generally double standard A NiCad battery. It should be noted that charging the battery depends on the amount of sunlight available. For example, in winter, the days are shorter.

LED or Light Emitting Diode is what emits light from a solar lamp. In some solar lamps, an LED is used while in other more expensive varieties, LED and halogen bulb used a small flashlight.

Now, would not be comfortable if the lights can automatically turn on when night falls? That's where the photo-resistors come into play. These are the components that allow street lights to turn on at night without assistance from a human operator. This resistance will vary depending on how much light hits.

Controller board above link all critical components. It can take a good power from solar cells or batteries. When the photo-resistor to tell the council that there was darkness around it, this will trigger to turn on the LED board.