Solar Street Light C90w and Save Energy-2015 New Products

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Solar Lantern

All in one solar street light , pure solar energy system power supply, which is used the latest Nande's independent intellectual property rights automatic adaptive infinite shift tracking system, high efficiency silicon plate ensures strong power supply under any weather condition, suitable for street lighting.


√  12V Safe voltage, easy for installation;
√  8 - 12hours/ day durative working mode ( adjustable upon per request );
√  7 - 10 rainy days hardcore mode, high lighting performance throughout the year;
√  5mm thickness (utmost ) steel light pole, inside & outside hot galvanizing processed;
√  Light fixture stoving plastic treament, smooth and glossy;
√  Wind loading rating: level 12;
√  Level of resistance to hail: 25mm, 80km/ Hour.


1.All products have passed EMC and SAFETY tests.

2.Most products have achieved CE and UL certifications.

3.The main chip uses ST (STMicroelectronics).

4.MOS tubes (Field-effect reflection) adopt Toshiba, Fuji and other premium brands.

5.Electrolytic capacitor adpots black diamond and ruby etc.

6.All waterproof power pouring sealant adopts DowCorning.

7.The power adopts environmental friendly process, 100% accords with RoHs standard. 

8.The power uses high-accuracy technology. 

9.100% full load Temperature / Humidity / Burn-in test before products leave the factory.

10.The impact test is made to ensure products’ reliability.

11.All products passed -35℃ to +75℃ high-low temperature test chamber.

12.The working temperature is -30℃ to 50℃.

13.Lighting withstand test, lightning protection design above 4000V level 

14. Efficiency and power rating meet international requirements. New half-power function.


Solar panelMax power18V/90W High efficiency imported silicon solar cell
Life time25 years
Life time5 years
LED Lamp     (without sensor)Max power12V 60W(5W/8W/15W/18W/20W/25W/30W/40W/50W/60W optional
Led chip brandhigh brightness LED
Lumen (LM)7200LM (500lm-7200lm optional ) 
Life time50000hours
Viewing Angle120°
Charge timeBy sun6hours  (with enough strong shine )
Discharge timeFull power>12hours
Half power>20hours
Working TemperatureRange( ℃ )-30℃~+70℃
Colour temperatureRange(k)6000k
Mounting heightRange (m)8-9m
Space between lightRange (m)8-10m
Lamps material of mainAluminium alloy
Warranty period3-5years
Packing & Weight

Packing boxneutral carton
Corton size120*40*22cm     
Gross weight26kgs
Packs Containers20GP230pcs

Solar Street Light C90w and Save Energy-2015 New Products


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A: It’s depends on the quantity, delivery date and payment terms of the order. We can talk further about the detail price issue. Our products is high quality with lower price level.

2, How to make payment?

We accept T/T or L/C.

3, What is your lead time?

Generally 1-5 weeks depends on the order quantity and your specific requirements.

4, Can you do OEM for us?

Yes, we can.

5, How do you pack your products?

We have rich experience on how to pack the panels to make sure the safety on shipment when it arrives at the destination.

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Q:Reasons for installing solar panels in a school?
You have to approach it as an investment. Ignoring the cost of an inverter for net metering, if we consider a 500 W panel installed for $0 a watt which is $5,000 and consider an average of 8 hours of usable sunlight per day, and at a rate of $0.0 per kWh (schools probably get $0.03 per kWh) then the panel would be saving $2.7 per month in electricity. Considering that the panel has an expected lifespan of 20 years, that would give you an internal rate of return such that the monthly rate satisfies the equation: $5,000 = $2.7 * ( ( - / R^24 ) / ( - / R ) - ) By binary method we get R = 0.99588342. Taking this to the 2th power to annualize it we get Ra = 0.9570 which means that we are getting an annual return of -4.83% per annum so investing in the solar panel is the same as making an investment at an interest rate of -4.83% per year. True interest rates are low and you only get about .3% per annum by putting money in a CD but that still beats investing in solar panels which gives you a negative return on your money. Solar panels need to get a lot better before they are a good investment.
Q:solar panels on housing developments?
Wow that is a great idea! We have so many old houses around here that no one lives in and they are building houses on 2 /2 acre lots. That seems like a waste of land. There is this construction company that is building town houses with solar panel roofs and the upstairs is the bedrooms and the down stairs is the living area so that it takes a very small lot. 40 x 60 even has room for a car port and small backyard. My friend has one and he made it low cost so everyone has a chance at home ownership. They are being build where he is buying the land and tearing down old houses and puting up these town houses. Makes the town look better and cleans up otherwise bad looking neighborhoods. If they can do that here why not all over? By building up she was telling us it cost less for foundation and roofing which is the most expensive. It is 900' sq ft. 2 bdrm bath. Let's go back to the time when people didn't have to have these 6000 sq.ft houses with 5 acre lots.
Q:How can I run my house purely off of solar panels?
There are a variety of factors that come into play in order for you to calculate the answer. Additionally, there are a number of variables that can make the answer change over time. The number of solar panels you need to install to power your home will depend upon your electric power demands, the weather in your area, the angle of your roof, shade issues from nearby trees or buildings and the size of the cells. All of these factors are important and must be built into your calculations so that you can create the best solution for your home and your future needs.
Q:Why dont we have a gigantic solar panel system in the warm states,stretching miles across to supply the usa?
As a matter of fact these types of facilities are being built today. People are already hard at work on it. Yes solar is more expensive that conventional electricity sources, but only at first. A solar power plant has no fuel costs and so although it costs a lot more to build at first over its life time it can actually cost a lot less. That doesn't even count the costs of byproducts from conventional power plants. Most people are not aware that particulate pollution kills between 00,000 and 200,000 people in the United States every year. The majority source of particulate pollution is electrical power production, but our electrical bill does not include the costs of those deaths. If the electric utilities had to pay their fair share of those medical costs electricity produced by fossil fuels would look a lot less attractive. Some people think solar panels take more energy to build than they every collect from the sun but that is not true. A solar panel generates the energy it takes to make it in between and 2 years and after that the power it generates is basically free. Solar panels are expected to last between 30 and 50 years, so that is a lot of free power. By the way, I installed solar panels on my house. They cost me about 6000 dollars (after rebates and tax deductions) and saves me about 000 dollars every year from my electrical bill. I have a 5 bedroom house and a family of three and our electrical bill averages just $35/month. That is in California with some of the highest electrical rates in the country. So I can say that solar works. There are dozens of companies working very hard to make solar power more affordable and they are being successful. The solar industry is about 7X larger in 2006 than it was in 2000. It is one of the fastest growing industries and has sustained growth of 40% per year for the last five years. Solar power will become the largest industry on Earth, but it will take some time. It is a very encouraging development.
Q:solar panels and electrocution?
Q:Are solar panels worth it?
Is an SUV worth it? I have passed many of them off in the ditch while my 2wd truck keeps going on icy roads. Unless you own a company and need the SUV it will never pay for itself. Is a huge house worth it? I can live in a 8X6 foot house perfectly well. Unless you rent rooms out in the large house it will never pay for itself. Solar panels are statements to others like a house or vehicle, except they will actually pay for themselves over many years. Don't expect to get rich off them, but look at it as doing your part to cut down on pollution, become more self sufficient or whatever. The exception is if you build a house far from the grid. A friend was quoted $40,000 per mile to install grid tied power to her house out in the woods. Solar panels paid for themselves the first year there.
Q:What is a good type of solar panel to get for my house?
solar panels are VERY heavy and can be very complicated, youll need a professional. your roof may need to be reinforced to handle the weight added. some states like Arizona will pay for the system for could use solar power to heat the water in the house and everything else off the power company. if you do, get one with a glycol heat transfer solution. they heat more efficiently.
Q:SOLAR Panels?
I'm in the California Foothills and the island of Mindanao... I have both solar panels (electric and water heating) and a single wind-generator since 2000. We actually sell power to PGE in California and are self-sufficient in Mindanao. NOW, I'm confused with YOUR math... you say the Rep. suggests a monthly savings of $35 (25% of $40) which would be $420 / year. If materials / installation are $8,000 less $2000 tax-credit: it would take 35 years to pay off $6,000 at $420 / year. 980 Kwh/ mo is some pretty heavy usage... I'd suggest trying to reduce that. CFT's, lowering your AC setting, no lights if NOT in room, un-plugging stand-by appliances, and upgrading insulation. At our 2000 sq ft California RANCH we only burn 400 Kwh per month, and that includes an 800 sq ft barn (admittedly we heat with a wood-stove). We have 5, Sanyo 200 watt panels (3kw total) and generate an avg 900 kwh / month. SO, we're selling BACK almost 500 kwh mo. to the grid on the photo-cells alone. The kw wind generator averages another 20 kwh / month. I THINK the company YOU are working with is selling the EXCESS electrical-power back to the power-company behind your back !! GOOD LUCK
Q:What should the voltage be on a small marine solar panel?
It has to be facing the sun for full power U check at the battery and it should increase as the sun hits directly on it. U can't check it at the panel after the diode.
Q:Solar panels for car fans?
You may not like it, but the answer's still the same. A car fan will draw anything from a few to several hundred watts, depending on which fan you're talking about (A/C, ventilation, cooling). A solar array will take up roughly one square meter to generate 00 Watts with the sun shining straight down onto it, so you'll need to cover (more or less) the entire roof (or hood) with solar cells in order to power that fan (minimum). If you still want to go ahead: Solar panels, Fuse, cables. Preferrably one cut-out diode per panel (in addition to the hopefully present internal diodes in the panels) in order to prevent one panle dumping its load into the next instead of into the fan. Much better option: get a low power fan (e.g a slow running computer fan) and connect it to that panel of yours. These fans make do with about 0 Watts (at a much lower air throughput), so you'll actually have a chance of running it from the solar panel without coverig your car in panels.

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