By Kathleen. Outdoors. Published at Saturday, February 24th, 2018 - 13:50:39 PM.
Certainly, commercial solar lighting will one day be the norm. Already more demand is bringing down the price. Experimentation, funded by public and private grants, is helping make solar energy more viable in all aspects of life. Hopefully, this will happen much faster when the Consortium for Solar Lighting creates industry standards that we can all live by.
Absorbing Energy From The Sun. The average solar post light has a solar panel built into the top, which spends all day long absorbing the rays of the sun. While it does this, the power gets stored into a AA-type cell, and when the sun goes down, the light sensor within activates the battery, which powers long-lasting LED bulb. LED is use a little more power than traditional fluorescent or incandescent bulbs, but they last for years longer than either of them.
The Less Expensive Alternative. Solar post lights, however, are the low-cost alternative to all that work. Beautiful and elegant, installing a solar post light is simple work, and all the work of putting one up can take you less than an hour to do. Do not bother calling the electrician or any other handyman.
Another use for outdoor lighting is to do just that provide light. For example, if you are outside grilling on the back porch, you need some sort of light in order to see what you are doing. Without this kind of light you will not be able to see how the food is getting cooked. This means that you are guessing, and no one wants the person who is cooking their food to be guessing. This problem can be solved with simple light fixtures around the exterior of the home.
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