You may have heard some questions in the past--"Isn't solar light super expensive? How long does solar light last? Will solar light work for my project?" As a solar lighting manufacturer with over 15 years industry experience, we're here to quell those concerns. Yes, solar will work for you under the right conditions. Generally those conditions require that the lights are outside and not obstructed from the sun by trees or other objects. Let's dive into these questions one by one. Just take 5 minutes to read this article.
The price of solar has significantly dropped
Photovoltaics (PVs) have significantly dropped in the past decades at first due to research and development investments from the US and Europe, but then eventually China stepped in to support manufacturing for local demand. Companies then scaled upwards, increasing their efforts to develop the most efficient panels of all with tried-and-true methods revolving around silicon wafer photovoltaics. This falling trend is expected to continue over the next decade. We've already surpassed cost-effectiveness in comparison to fossil fuels, but there are several factors holding solar back from being the most readily available power source. Regardless, the price for a solar endeavor has dropped nearly 99 percent from the 1970s. It will continue to drop.
You donn't worry about solar pathway lights lifespan
Solar pathway lights don't really need much beyond a little maintenance every now and then--brushing off the panels to rid them of debris is about all that's necessary. In regards to how long the equipment lasts, the batteries are rated to last about 5 to 7 years before they need replacing. We carry hot-dipped, powder-coated, galvanized steel poles so each light will typically win against battering, high winds, or the occasional individual that believes they have superhuman strength. The poles and the panels are rated to last over 20 years, so worry not for the lifespan of the most crucial working components.
Our solar pathway light will work anywhere, rain or shine
Concerned about the conditions in your area? Rain, wind, sleet, or snow, each system is made to weather the weather. Every pole can withstand up to 145 Mile per Hour winds. We won't lie--heat does damage a solar panel, but it only drops the efficiency by a smidge. Knocking the pole slightly should take care of any snow buildup, and rain tends to help the panel get rid of dust and other debris. If it rains often we prepare our systems with beefier batteries so that a single charge can last several days. It's proof that solar lighting will last anywhere, rain or shine. When it comes to where your outdoor solar pathway lights might be, don't worry--we thought of it!
Our solar pathway lights are quite safe, too.
We like to think of our lights as watchguards at night. Every light fixture of ours uses the highest-rated LED lights that have some of the highest color rendering index on the market rated at 98. What you see is what you get under the light. Other lighting technologies typically produce stranger colors--ever seen a red car under a high-pressure sodium light? It looks black. Light quality here isn't compromised for the sake of safety, and we're proud to offer some of the purest light to see subjects clearly for whatever park you're in.
Goldsuno is in the solar business, caring about delivering the best quality for the money. Our outdoor solar lights for pathways are superior than traditional lighting methods because of the money saved, the technology involved, and the result achieved. If you'd like to see how much US dollars you can keep with one of our solar lights for your park or pathway, contact us and we'll put our heads together to get the best deal around. Thanks for reading.