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LED Solar light is proven to be more suitable when used as a street light in the last few years: most of its rectangle spot is used within the valid road lighting scope. In the same condition, LED Street light saves 50%-60% power than traditional HPS lamps, still with higher CRI (>75), which is more suitable for nighttime lighting.
The key to the perfect combination of solar and LED lighting lies in that they both use DC low voltage and can match with each other. Their combination doesn’t need an inverter that is used to convert direct current to alternating current. So this function has increased solar street light system efficiency greatly. Meanwhile, based on the technology of the PV grid system, all advantages are more obvious.
When solar lights first hit the market many years ago they were generally very dim and frankly, not overly reliable. They have advanced remarkably with the development of ultra-bright LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) which have replaced the original filaments bulbs that were traditional solar fixtures. These LEDs are able to generate substantial amounts of light without emitting heat like their original predecessors. This allows for more efficient operation resulting in a reliable and long-lasting light bulb.
Additional advances in solar lighting include efficient and cost-conscious Photo Voltaic Cells (PV Cells). This improved solar technology, with more efficient batteries, can generate light on a year-round basis despite colder weather and shorter days, without sacrificing performance. When you are ready to purchase solar lights remember that they have varying functions and intensities to match multiple purposes. There are three primary outside solar lighting categories to consider: accent lights, pathway lights, and spotlights.
Accent lights are a great landscape accessory as they provide a simple glow to your landscape features. They are designed to provide a low-level illumination, not as a safety feature. With this lower output, accent lights often last longer than other styles of solar landscape lighting. Also, these lights can often operate for multiple nights on a single day’s charge. Another bonus for these accent lights is their ability to charge even on cloudy days or in areas partially covered by shade. Another element to consider is the color or shade of the accent light’s LED.
White LEDs are brighter than amber-colored lights which provide even softer lighting. As a result, amber uses less electricity resulting in longer illumination times. Accent lights are very useful for many landscape features such as highlighting attractive features around your yard or property or highlighting possible hazards that could be stumbled upon at night. Overall accent lights provide the lowest output of all the solar lights and are the most affordable.