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If you've never done any landscape lighting, I have to warn you. It is addictive. And it might be hard to find just one light. They usually come in sets for homeowners.The trick between professional lighting and homeowner lighting is this; you never ever want to see the light bulb or fixture itself. No blinding lights. Your beautiful tree should be uplit with a spot light or two. From this position a spot light set behind the patch of Hosta? would work to hide the spot light. But if you walk to the front door? or come around on that walkway from the side of your home? More than likely to be blinded. It gets tricky to place the lights just right. Black matt spot lights with recessed bulbs is all I would use with a moon light or two.Your landscape professionally lighted becomes alive at night. Very different than in the day light. Stunning. You should call some landscape companies to give you a bid. You want a low voltage system added to your electrical system. A box should have room to add more lighting because all the clients who started with...8 lights was the minimum, sold with an upgradeable transformer and there was a time where anyone with electrical skills was able to do this install. Not anymore. Find a landscape company that has its own licensed low voltage electrician.Within a month, we timed it, all clients wanted more lights. Another 8 or 12 or 18...the only thing people would see are landscape features; the sweep of branches and bark, shadows, back lit, down lit or up lit. Spotting a light on the side of your home will make a black shadow of a tree in front. Moon lighting worked best for a patio situation. Let's talk about security. Those motion sensored blinding lights? The bad guy could stand outside of the circle of light and be invisible. Landscape lighting is more subtle and the ambient light off your tree, your hedge is plenty to light pathways and see bad guys sneaking around. Add gravel and barberry shrubs under windows and bad guys won't even bother.There are, 'dorky', lighting packages at home depot. Cheap. It would get you started and playing with lighting and figuring out how to hide those spot lights. Those 'fixtures' should be matt black with recessed bulbs. Low voltage will have wiring buried 6 inches deep. Make sure they bury the wiring 6 inches deep, no less than 4. Don't get tempted (best to talk to wife first) purchasing shiny brass pagodas and fixtures that look like earrings. Absolutely no pathway flying saucers. Pathway lights are for airport run ways. Can't tell I am a little opinionated? Grins. I am telling you the difference between an investment that will add to the value of your home and one that will be lost, forgotten and worse, tripped over. But when you see the power of landscape lighting, you will be smitten. Can't hurt to get some free bids. And get ideas. It will be an investment but pales with the investment you've already made in your landscape that right now gets turned off every night. People would leave their homes in the dark to go to work and it would be dark by the time they drove into their garages. Only neighbors would get a chance to see the landscapes...I wonder if they have wireless lighting now? Forget solar. Unless the lights aren't the solar absorber themselves. Like having blinding light bulbs everywhere. You want to make your landscape the light fixture.• Related QuestionsDo the mountains around this Norwegian valley act like a giant battery?The scientific literature has almost entirely ignored this theoryThe episode (9:54) doesn't present the battery theory as conclusive fact.It is just a theory. They still need to work out how the theory could cause the lights to hang in the air. But for the time being, its the best theory they've got.There are two facets of this that can be checked:Is this a real theory real scientists take seriously?This perspective letter published in a scientific journal reviews 3 explanations for the phenomenon. The third explanation matches the one given in the episode. A perspective letter is more like an opinion piece than a in depth scientific investigation. They typically go through an abbreviated peer review.Physicists have suggested few models to account for the HL phenomena. One possible explanation attributes the phenomena to an incompletely understood combustion process in the air involving clouds of dust from the valley floor containing scandium (Hauge, 2007, 2010). Another hypothesis suggests that HL are formed by a cluster of macroscopic Coulomb crystals in a dusty plasma produced by the ionization of air and dust by alpha particles during radon decay in the atmosphere (Paiva and Taft, 2010). The valley's shape, microclimate or unique geology might also act as a giant battery that powers the lights (Monari, 2013). Until recently, none of the hypothesis/models described above seems to account for all the observations of HL and the very high energy source generating HL remains completely unknown.The Monar 2013 report presents the giant battery hypothesis, and presents some data that is consistent with the hypothesis. This data is far from conclusive and the report makes clear that this is just a hypothesis. It was not published in a scientific journal and I have no evidence that it went through peer review. It has gotten almost no scientific attention; According to google scholar, the perspective letter quoted earlier is the only scientific source that cites this report.I do not see any evidence that this theory is taken seriously by the wider scientific community.Is it "the best theory they've got"?The perspective paper mentioned two other theories. Hauge proposed that burning scandium causes the lights. Paiva and Taft proposed that it is caused by a dusty plasma. Hauge 2007, is a "preliminary report" that does not appear to be published in a scientific journal. It presents a little bit of evidence that supports the possibility that burning scandium dust is causing the lights. Although it has been cited by 8 other papers, none of them give it more than a cursory mention. Hauge 2010, was published in a peer reviewed journal and has been cited by two articles other than the perspective letter. I don't take either article seriously. One is short, doesn't really explain its methods or data, and is published in a probably predatory journal. The other explains that an alien "exo-civilization" built a "stealth extraterrestrial visitation probe" that is causing the lights.Paiva and Taft are two scientists who have published extensively about the Hessdalen lights. They have proposed several physical models for how the lights occur (2010,2012,2011,2012,2011). These models discuss dusty plasma, and charged particles emitted from rocks that fracture as they thaw. Most of them are published in peer reviewed scientific journals. Most of them have gotten at least 1 citation. The scientific community appears to take Paiva and Taft far more seriously than Monar or Hauge.This could be because their theory correctly explains the evidence, or it could be because they know how to write papers that will get accepted, or both. Although their work has more acceptance than the other two theories, that is a pretty low bar.Speculation about the showI personally have a good scientific background; for most scientific papers I can understand a decent amount of what is being discussed. Paiva and Taft's papers go right over my head. If the people creating the show looked at their work, they probably decided it was too complicated and arcane to try to explain to their viewers------Can we generate enough electricity to light up street lights by means of a dynamo being rotated by car wheels?Is it possible?Most likely yes.But:What challenges would one be facing for such an idea or design?These are what I foresee as the biggest hurdles you'd have to overcome.Hurdle 1: The laws of thermodynamics, in particular the first and second law. The first law of thermodynamics states that energy cannot be created or destroyed. There's a caveat here in that energy can be converted to and from mass using Einstein's famous equation, but there aren't any current automotive applications of Einstein's equation so we may as well assume energy and mass aren't converted to each other.So whatever energy it takes to run the lights will have to be put in by any vehicles driving on our fictional energy converter. This wouldn't be a problem except for the second law of thermodynamics which states that the entropy of the universe is at best not increasing. This leads to the concept of efficiency. Not all the energy of the gasoline your car burns goes towards "useful" work. Most of it is lost as heat. In fact so much heat is created by your engine that engines have cooling systems designed just to keep it from melting itself. Common gasoline engines have typical efficiencies of around 35%. This is before any efficiency losses created by wind resistance or efficiency losses of converting the car's motion through the converter to the street lights. Typical power plants which operate in a different fashion reach efficiencies of 50% or higher. This means we would end up wasting a lot more energy by trying to power lights off of cars instead of off the grid. Note that this hurdle applies to many different kinds of energy harvesting methods, not just Hurdle #2: The way automobiles work. Cars drive by transmitting power/torque to their wheels, getting them to spin. The wheel then spins and hopefully doesn't have significant slippage with respect to the ground, transmitting a friction force which moves your car forward. We say your car moves forward but there's no reason why we can't say the ground is moving backwards. If the ground is fixed from point A (source) to point B (destination) it really doesn't matter because either point B is getting closer to us or we're getting closer to point B.However, if the ground is rotating like a giant treadmill, the wheels can be spinning and we'd be moving with respect to a point on the treadmill, but the same reference point will also be moving away from point B. At best the car is moving faster towards point B than the reference point on the treadmill is moving away from it, at worst the reference point is moving faster away than we're moving towards it. Either way we're straining the engine more and likely arriving at our destination later, if at all.Hurdle #3: Reliability. A giant spinning dynamo is most likely not going to be reliable. This is because the system is being exposed weather, constant pounding of traffic, etc. The system would also be new and complex, the two worst enemies of reliability. Power plants and the grid used to transmit electricity are also quite complex, but these have had decades of refinement and testing to produce highly reliable systems.Hurdle #4: Cost. The electrical grid and power plants aren't there just to power street lights. They power our homes and businesses, too. They can also use a variety of energy sources such as wind, solar, coal, natural gas, nuclear, hydroelectric, etc. Many of these energy sources are significantly cheaper or easier/cheaper to harvest in large scale. In many cases these facilities already exist. In the other cases I would argue that powering street lights are the least of your worries.Conclusion: I'm sure it's possible someone could design a system to do what you described, but it would almost certainly be highly impractical, unreliable, and expensive
I Purchased Used Walkway Type Solar Lights but They Won't Light. What Should I Do?
It depends on how long youve had them, or the sellers scammed you1. Can solar lights be charged from indoor light or has to be sunlight?I am using solar yard lights in table centerpieces. All the solar lights are being charged on my dining room table. I put 2 LED household bulbs (60 watt equivalent) in the dining room light fixture, leaving the lights on from 6 am to 9 pm daily. The solar lights are charged. They light up when I turned off the overhead light & are still running when I get up. I m 3 days into charging this way & will continue my charging routine until they are placed for the event, next week2. Apart from candle light how else do villages generate light in India?pl,do not think villages in india have no electricity.they have.at least most of them have. they do not burn candlesticks often as they are too expensive. they have gasolene lamps,kerosene lamps,spirit lamps and solar lights too.3. how long does it take for batteries to charge in solar lights?3 = 4 hourss4. does darker skin age slower?yes...but only natural dark skin. lighter skin is more sensitive to solar lights, so they get wrinkles faster. especially when u tan5. How do I decide if I should use solar lights or low voltage landscape lights?Depends on what state you live in, how much sunlight you get, and where you ll be placing them. If you want to be more green, then you would pick solar lights, but i live in washington and we dint get too much light and ours do not work, we might not have the best solar lights. but if you get alot of sun i would go with solar lights, theyll save money in the long run, and the planet.6. how do I steal solar lights?ask them when they will be gone so you can steal stuff without being seen7. Do out door solar lights work?Solar Xmas Lights8. Whats wrong with my solar lights?You need higher capacity batteries9. where can i buy solar lights?Solar Lights eah.... i dunno u tell me... he!he!10. How do I get solar lights, which my company makes, to Africa - www.bogolight.com?Jerk--pawn ya trinkets elsewhere11. Can I use my solar lights as battery chargers?I think what you are asking is can you put the batteries in lamp unit to charge them. I can not think why not. It does not matter if the batteries are used in the lamp or somewhere else - it will still charge them although it's slow & they would charge faster in a plug in charger. Rechargeable batteries do have a lower voltage in comparison to most others - nonchargeable are about 1. 5 Volts & rechargeables are 1. 2 Volts but they compensate by having a lower internal resistance & the power loss as current runs through them is lower & their net effect in any equipment is about the same as a non-rechargeable battery12. How long does it take for new solar lights to work?There is probably is nothing really wrong with the lights but either the batteries or how you installed them. If you got them at a discount store, there is a strong chance they are discontinued and old fixtures, which is not good because it's not wise to keep batteries in any thing, particularly solar lights. There are a few things likely going on here. 1) You need to keep the lights in the sun for two sunny days before you try to keep them on at night. This lets the batteries (which have probably been sitting in a dark box or case for quite a while) a chance to recharge 2) The batteries themselves may be defective (usually the problem). They should have been packaged separately from the fixture itself. Before you return the fixture try getting new batteries. And to make sure you do not ruin the fixture so that you CAN'T return it, you have to use the specific batteries that the fixture requires. If they did not come with batteries and you are not using the right type, it will destroy the fixture 3) Are they placed close to a street light, lamp post of house light (spot or lamp) that is stronger than the walkway lights. solar lights have a sensor that lets them it's dark enough to turn on. If they are in the illumination field of a brighter light, they wo not go on 4) Directions should have been provided with the fixtures telling you the above and you should have read them. If they did not come with any instructions, or the instructions did not mention the above issues, odds are you bought a cruddy lamp. Try setting them in the sun and then turning the on/off button off when it gets dark for two sunny days and putting them back out. (if they do not have an on/off button, another clue they are not great lights) You would have to keep them in a room with some light over night. Finally The fixture could in fact be defective. So, always keep packaging and instructions until you know they work. Before you return it, try the above. Then take the package to the store and see if they will give you money back. Batteries for small lamps usually last two years when running; there is no reason a new fixture with batteries included (which again, good lamps have) would not work -- so if they sold you fixtures with dead batteries, you should get money back and look for a better product. With solar, you get what you pay for. Good luck.
Can You Charge a Car Battery with Walkway Solar Lights
Of course you can. You would need enough solar panels to get 14V, a suitable diode to prevent reverse flow, lots of sunshine and plenty of time.. .Car batteries are pretty powerful, and the car's starter motor draws a lot of power. You would need to invest lots of time into the charge before you try starting the engine, 'coz if it fails, your engine is not running still, and your battery will be drained all over again.. .It would probably be easier to start your car by rolling it downhill, gearbox permitting.My car died while I was driving it and now it wont start. Help!!!?When you say the engine just chugged that usually means the engine is running but running very poorly. If you mean the engine is cranking but not starting, there could be several reasons for that from any of the ignition sensor have gone bad up to the timing belt broke. When it cranks, does it crank faster than normal? That's a sign of a broken timing belt. Also when your engine stopped running and the lights came on that's normal because the engine was not running so it did not have any oil pressure or alternator charging. When you say the gas pedal did not work, well, that's normal also because if the engine is not running the gas pedal can not work. A sudden stoppage is not a sign of fuel problems but of something that is wrong with the engine. Fuel problems, especially fuel filter problems usually will manifest itself over a period of time. It really could be a variety of reasons for a crank but no start problem and each one has to be systematically tested and ruled out. Sorry I could not have been more help but this is a problem that needs hands on testing.OBD 2 scanner code reader issue?a million what hose is a sprint clogged???? 2 sure any obd 2 scanner will reset codes,,, and computing gadget will deliver code lower back 3 vehicle appears like its in limp abode mode,,resetting and using defeats the objective,,,of conserving your engine from destruction!Which gear should I use to climb a steep hill?Assuming that you have no faults with your transmission, it does not matter - an automatic transmission will automatically switch down gear as and when it needs to. All the '2' gear does is not let you go over 2nd gear - which if you were heading downhill could make your engine over-rev...generally not recommended.So D should be just fineHow do you reset the a/c on a 2004 chevy tahoe after resetting the computer?When you disconnected the battery, the HVAC control module lost its memory. Now the temperature actuators are out of calibration. Before heading to the dealership, try this: Turn ignition to run, engine off. Turn off the courtesy lamps and the headlights. Do not touch the HVAC controls. Let the hvac module attempt a recalibration. Do not press any buttons or turn the ignition off. Let the vehicle sit that way for about three minutes. If you cannot handle the suspense, go surf the Net for a bit. After a few minutes, w/out pressing any buttons, start your engine. Let the hvac system sit like that for a few minutes. After 5-10 minutes of run time, turn the ignition off, pull key, shut doors, and let it sit for about 15 minutes. I know it sounds silly, but w/out the Tech 2 scan tool handy, the actuator motor recalibration procedure cannot be performed. This has worked for me when all else fails on these fickle systems. I am assuming you have the automatic system? Hope this helpsHelp, please! I have a 1998 Chrysler Cirrus. It doesn't start. The fuel pump primes up and it was put on?It could be the Hall effect pickup (also goes by another name which I cannot recall) inside the distributor. These will fail, esp if they were replaced with a cheapo one. Maybe a cheapo one came with your new distributor, or they reused the same one. It is a part inside the distributor that typically slips over the shaft with a small pickup that reads a signal from that shaft (rotation info). They are known for on again, off again no-starts when they start to go bad. They may or may not throw an engine code. If you do get a new one, buy from a reputable place like NAPA. Some people I know will only buy this item from a dealer because of reliability problems with the cheap ones from AutoChain stores. The ASD (AutoShutDown) relay (in the Power Distribution Center under the hood) shuts off power to the fuel pump and ignition when it senses no engine rotation with ignition on. The relay itself is the same as the others in the PDC, so swap one out and see if it works. Notice that both the ASD and the Hall effect have to do with engine rotation. The Hall effect makes the signal the ASD is looking for. The coil is another possible, but I doubt it. If you can score a cheap one from a junkyard to try, do it. While you are there, grab a few of those relays I mentioned! Be careful with that ether- you could cause major problems. Very fine line between working dose and fatal dose for your engine.
Create an Impact with Outdoor Garden Lights
Just as indoor lighting can change our mood and add interest to areas of the home, outdoor garden lights can have the same effect outside. Spotlights, down-lights and decking lights are just some of the options you have at your disposal not to mention security lights that give instance peace of mind. Outdoor garden lights are becoming increasingly popular in gardens across the UK and you don't need to spend a fortune to get a fabulous effect.If you want to avoid major upheaval in your garden then why not opt for solar outdoor garden lights? The beauty of solar powered lights is that they can be placed anywhere without worrying about wires or digging up your garden to provide a power source. Using the power of the sun, your solar lights will switch on at dusk thanks to the light sensor fitted to each device. Solar powered outdoor garden lights have improved over the years and are a lot brighter and more reliable than their first offerings. You'll find a range of modern and traditional options that will look great dotted around a flowerbed or illuminating your driveway or path.If you have a particular feature that you wish to draw attention to in your garden then outdoor garden lights are a great way to do it. Use them effectively to throw light onto a favourite flowerbed, statue or your pond if you have one. Most outdoor garden lights are easy to install and if you have the power already in place you won't have to pay a fortune to arrange an electrician to fit them for you. There are many great deals online and you'll be able to choose from a huge range of outdoor garden lights whether you have a large garden or small garden. Lights can actually make a smaller garden appear larger due to the way they throw light around the area. They also create a welcoming effect if you love to entertain outside and you can choose between lights that give a warm glow to those bright enough to illuminate a large area, for example your patio.There are many outdoor light ideas waiting online. Whether you want to make a feature out of a pond, patio or other interesting area, you are sure to find the right lights to suit your needs. Great discounts and convenient shopping make online garden lighting retailers the perfect source for finding the lights that suit your needs.
What Are the Materials of Inbuilt Solar Street Light Poles?
1.Cement inbuilt solar street light poles attached to urban power pole towers or erected separately are not very common now.2.High quality Q235 steel inbuilt solar street light poleIt is made of high-quality Q235 steel, hot-dip galvanized and spray-coated. It can be rust-free for 30 years and is very hard. 3. Glass fiber reinforced plastic inbuilt solar street light pole is an inorganic non-metallic material with excellent performance. There are many kinds of advantages, such as good insulation, strong heat resistance, good corrosion resistance, high mechanical strength, but the disadvantages are brittleness and poor wear resistance.4.The aluminum alloy inbuilt solar street light pole is made of high-strength aluminum alloy, which not only protects the safety of personnel, but also has high strength, does not require any surface treatment, has more than 50 years of corrosion resistance, and is very beautiful. Looks more upscale. Aluminum alloy has better physical and mechanical properties than pure aluminum: easy processing, high durability, wide application range, good decorative effect, and rich colors.5.Stainless steel solar street light with pole and battery pole has the best chemical resistance and electrochemical corrosion resistance in steel, second only to titanium alloy. The method adopted by our country is to perform hot-dip galvanizing surface treatment. The product life of hot-dip galvanizing products that meet international standards can reach 15 years. Otherwise it is far from reaching. Mostly used in courtyards, communities, parks and other places. Heat resistance, high temperature resistance, low temperature resistance and even ultra low temperature resistance.Where can I get solar panels and solar street lights in Mumbai?Please download IndiaMART app. Register your requirements. They will send the list of suppliers at Mumbai to you and subsequently the supplies will be contacting you. If you can manage your business with them well and good. Otherwise u ask them the company name and note down. Later u browse in the computer and see their company website for their credentials and about the details of the products.If u type in the Google about your requirement the details will come. U search List of suppliers of solar panels and solar street light in Mumbai in Google. The list of details of the supplies will appear. U can select the suppliers according to your choice.U can search best quality wise and best suppliers wise and best offer wise in the Google search. Nearest suppliers and fastest suppliers all u can doOr u approach an user nearer to you or known to you and discuss with them about the performance of the street light and solar panels and the details of the brand and supplier. It will give you an idea about the performance of the products. Moreover after sales maintenance services are must. That is very important in solar industry. U ensure about AMC amount and services whether the company is providing or not.Where can I get solar panels and solar street lights in Mumbai?.Customized powerful solar street lights Suppliers & Manufacturers & Factory - Made in China - LEBEKAN LightingWe are professional Solar Street Light manufacturers and suppliers in China, Specialized in providing high quality customized products. We warmly welcome you to buy or wholesale bulk Solar Powered Street Lights made in China here from our factory.What Is The Standard For Solar Street Lighting? | Socreat Electronics Technology LimitedIn recent years, with different countries support for the environmental protection industry, the development of solar street light industry is getting faster and faster. Along with the development, more and more solar street lights are on the market, but lots of problems are coming, uneven illumination and unreasonable light distribution etc. Why? Because the industry do not have standard. From the user's point of view, due to do not know the technology of solar street lighting, only a brief understanding of the market's simple mainstream configuration, such as: solar panel's watt, battery's capacity and led chip quantity. Therefore, these unreasonable parameters can only be used as selection standard. The user's choice determines the choice of the manufacturer. Because the industry lacks standards, users do not understand the market, and many unscrupulous manufacturers seize the market loopholes and use inferior materials and accessories, thus causing confusion in the industry. So what is the standard of solar street light? After in-depth thinking, Road Smart finally got an answer: The user did not purchase parameters, not configuration, not power, what the end uaser purchase is light. Road Smart finds out and defines a term that can measure the luminous ability of solar street lightings: the total amount of light emitted by the solar street light every night, and the unit is represented by "lmh". Light type - the shape of the light on the ground The photoelectric conversion rate is particularly scarce, so the light is very precious for solar street lightings. In order to maximize the use of light, Road Smart has been studying how to the reasonablly use light, reducing the waste of outside light. The patented lens was eventually developed, to perform secondary light distribution on the light. to make the light parallel to the road and improve light utilization. Uniformity - The brightest and darkest difference in the value of light on road Road Smart compare ordinary solar street lighting and Road Smart solar street lighting, get below data: ordinary street lamp 60 watt light source, center illumination 32lux, 7 meters illumination 5lux, 10 meters illumination 0lux. Through the comparison, Road Smart solar smart street lamp is superior to ordinary solar street lightings in terms of evenness. Road Smart took a lot of effort in the uniformity of the product, developed a number of patents, rationally allocated the light, solved the problems such as concentrated beam and obvious dark spots, and achieved the effect of larger irradiation area and more uniform illumination. In addition, through the data comparison, Road Smart solar smart street lamp is also significantly larger than the ordinary street lamp in the illumination area, and is highly visible at night, providing a better lighting environment for pedestrians. Color temperature - the color of light felt by human eye The color temperature of the light source is different, and the light color is also different. The light with low color temperature is yellowish, we call it warm colors. In terms of emotion, warm colors give people a warm feeling. In the role, the yellow light is good in fog. High color temperature light is white light, in emotion, in cold colors gives a visual sense of coldness, in effect, high color temperature white light for road lighting has an intermediate visual effect, good visibility, brighter than the low color temperature yellow light. However, if the color temperature is too high or too low, people will feel discomfort. In different environments, color temperature has different meanings in terms of emotion and function. Road Smart not only maintain the appropriate color temperature, but also have to adapt to different environments. Ra - the extent to which the light source restores the color of the object The higher the sign, the stronger the reduction of light, but the lower the brightness. Explicit means irrational, it will cause the poor light environment to create, and vice versa. Road Smart solar street lights is recommended to take a compromise, Ra≥70. Glare - The dazzling intensity of light felt by human eye Glare will cause visual fatigue, it will have a certain impact on the eyes and cause eye discomfort, glare may cause some danger when driving or outdoor sports. Therefore, no glare and anti-glare is a standard of light quality. Road Smart pursues the ultimate goal of light quality - to make the eyes more comfortable. In the development of solar street light products, it also pays attention to anti-glare and allows users to have a better light environment. Road Smart "Rs standard" tests solar street lightings based on the total amount of light radiation and the quality of light. The development of the industry requires standards, standards to regulate the industry, the industry can move toward the direction of standardization and standardization. Road Smart in solar street lighting industry is conscientiously adhering to the "Intelligent solar led street light" for corporate mission, is committed to storing and restoring the sun, so that street lamps are increasingly close to the sunlight effect. At present, Road Smart solar street lightings has lighted more than 120 countries. In the future, Road Smart will continue its efforts to bring more light to cities, will lead the solar lighting industry to develop in the direction of smart standardization, promote global green energy development.
I Have a Whole Bunch of Solar Lights?
just daisy chain the positive and negative leads from the solar panels1. How do I get solar lights, which my company makes, to Africa - www.bogolight.com?Hi Mark, You worked in Africa, I suppose. You know how tricky it gets penetrating the market. Main constraint being the lack of awareness as also the advent of cheap "me-too" products from China. Promoting your product through NGO's is one idea that would make sense, but this too has its own negative effects, such as bureaucratic delays, etc. I am based in Mozambique and Tanzania. Do keep me posted about the availability of your Solar Flash Lights in these countries. I would like to see how they work. All the best in your endeavor. Satish2. where can i buy solar lights?you have not mentioned which country you are from. you should tell little more about your requirements. You have to search the Internet or ask the question with more details again.3. Can solar lights be charged from indoor light or has to be sunlight?They can be charged indoors but need to be placed in direct bright light (such as under the edge of a end table lamp) in order to charge at a decent rate. It will still take longer than in the bright sun though. Edit: If it is the kind that just uses rechargeable AA batteries or similar then they can also be charged in a regular charger outside of the light.4. where/whose are the best solar lights to buy?Himin Solar has many solar lights, including street lights, lawn lights, flashlights etc5. 10 ways to brighten up your garden in winterWith a little imagination and creativity, it's easy to add interest to your garden in the winter months. For the greatest impact, concentrate efforts on a few key areas that you see on a daily basis. These might include beds and pots close to the house, as well as the front garden, which you walk through every day. We've rounded up some of the best ideas to inspire you. Many require little effort and some are great value for money too. So, whether you step outside or look from your window, embrace winter and enjoy your garden at every opportunity. Brighten it up with simple lighting In winter, we often come home in the dark and miss seeing the garden altogether. Outdoor lighting can bring it back into play and transform the view from windows that would otherwise be dark, reflective panes. Try a few tea lights in clear jam jars to add seasonal twinkle for special occasions and solar lights to provide a few hours of decorative light. Fairy lights are fun draped in a tree and there's a wide range of lighting kits on offer that are quick and easy to install. Be sure to switch lighting off before going to bed, to minimise disruption to wildlife. Even just one piece of evergreen topiary will add interest to a pot or bed and hold an area together in winter. Formal shapes such as balls, pyramids and cubes work well, but if you like a more relaxed style, then the trend for looser 'cloud-pruned' and organic topiary shapes may suit you. Box and yew are traditional plant choices, but other small-leaved evergreens, such as Ilex crenata, phillyrea, Lonicera nitida and privet, clip well. For instant impact, you can buy ready-made, but more costly, topiary - expect to pay around 25 for a 30cm box ball. There are many fabulous winter flowering shrubs that deliver rich fragrance, such as chimonanthus, daphnes, mahonias, sarcococca, and viburnums. If they are tucked away at the back of borders, they will get overlooked and be under-appreciated. Plant them instead where their delicious scents can readily be enjoyed, such as close to the back door, in the front garden or beside a regularly used path. Many of these shrubs are happy in pots, so can be moved to centre stage for winter, then shifted to a less prominent position over the summer. Pots are the best way to add a seasonal splash of colour just where you need it. Opt for plants that look good together, such as cyclamen, heathers, hellebores, pansies and variegated ivy. In a large pot, add a shrubby evergreen plant for a bit of backbone, such as a rosemary or sarcococca. At this time of year, all these plants are available in garden centres in small pots, making it easy to mix and match. Warm up with a fire pit or brazier To use your garden on winter evenings, you need to make it as warm and comfortable as possible. There are some great braziers and fire pits on the market these days, which are ready to go and can be placed on the patio for people to huddle around. Most of us spend more time indoors over winter, so it really pays to have attractive views from your windows. Without redesigning your garden, consider what you can tweak to improve the composition. It's amazing what a bit of seasonal rearranging can do. Think about relocating anything attractive that is readily moveable, such as pot displays and garden ornaments, so they can be clearly seen from the windows. Or remove a few of the lower branches of a tree to reveal a view of something eye-catching beyond. Get creative with flexible twigs and weave them into an eye-catching feature. You can buy long lengths of hazel or colourful willow by the bundle, or perhaps you have a plant that can be coppiced? Then bend, twist and weave the stems together to create interesting shapes. Simple woven twiggy balls look great dangling from trees, or make something large and abstract - a representation of an animal such as a deer or an oversized rabbit? Use galvanised wire to link sections together. They wo not last forever, but they are a great project for children. There's nothing better than a project that enhances the garden visually and benefits wildlife. Bug hotels can be simple or fancy, and of any size. Think nooks and crannies. Small holes make ideal hibernating homes for ladybirds and lacewings, so cut bamboo canes into short lengths with the hollow ends exposed. Set them into an old wooden box, or forget the frame and simply tie them into a small bundle. Leftover lengths of wood can be drilled with holes to do the same job, and if placed on the ground then beetle larvae will feed on the decaying dead wood. Perk things up with a splash of paint Introducing permanent colour into a garden through planting alone can be difficult, but painting or staining will add instant colour just where you need it to set off plantings or act as a backdrop. A wash of a water-based colour on large terracotta pots is not permanent, but will jazz things up for a few months. Rendered walls can be painted, while wooden fences and structures such as obelisks or pergolas are best stained, as it's easier to re-apply. Think about which colours would work best in your plot and play around with them. There's a whole range of plants that hold their grey or silvery foliage all winter, fitting the season perfectly. These include: silver bush (Convolvulus cneorum), a compact, spreading shrub with shiny leaves that look as if they've been spray painted; Artemisia 'Powis Castle', with its soft, ferny, pale-silver foliage; and Helictotrichon sempervirens, a grey, arching evergreen grass. They all look great together in a large pot for seasonal interest and can then be transplanted into the garden next spring to provide interest for years to come.
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yes, a solar garden lights should need a battery to store the power made by the solar panels in the day1. Breaker question, breaker box, amps, watts, lights,Either you've got the wattage wrong somewhere or you're using a defective breaker. A 15A. breaker WILL hold 2150 Watts for quite a while, (thermal trip is time delayed to cover short term overloads), but if it doesn't trip out at all at that load over time, it's faulty. Recheck that load and if it's accurate, stop using the circuit until the breaker is replaced.2. Poll: lights on or lights off?on but really low3. 18th birthday party... "club theme"... need ideas!?Sounds like fun! You could set up a photo booth...just someone with a digicam or a disposible camera to take pics of you and your friends. Also, a disco ball and lights would be cool. As far as poker is concerned, you do not have to have a dealer if you have friends/family who know how to deal. Just take turns dealing or flip a coin every half hour. You could do blackjack also. As far as non-alcoholic drinks go, vigrin strawberry daquiris are my favorite, but you can also make a cool punch with rainbow sherbert and ginger ale. Happy birthday!4. Ultimate Christmas Light Design GuideThis article is for the people who use outdoor Christmas lighting as a means of coming together as a family, building memories, and drinking copious amounts hot chocolate and cider. Follow these instructions for show stopping displays. Begin by quickly sketching out a plan of the area you want to light. I am not talking scaled drawings or anything (although you can if you want), I am talking about selecting the features you want to focus on so you can start planning accordingly. This should be a side profile view of your home, just real basic. See how the image above of the blue house the lighting highlights the pathway to front door and outlines the shape of the house with roof line accents. You will actually need this for reference in future years when you want to re-install your lights, so even though the sketch should be simple, be sure to include measurements, especially of roof lines, and include the number of strings of mini lights you end up using for items such as trees and bushes. Keeping careful track of the resources you use and where they are placed will save you dozens of hours in the future trying to recreate the amazing display you create this year. You can also add new lights on to your plan in subsequent years. You may need to make multiple pages, one for each side of your home if doing more than one side. In a previous article, I discussed some basic lighting principles for the type and quality of lights to use. I wo not be repeating that information here, so if you need some guidance, be sure to check it out. In this image, I zoomed in on the A-frame. At the peak, just above the wreath, you will notice there is a light right on that point. Start your light string in the center at this point. Run your bulb wire down to the left and right, then trim the wire as needed with a pair of wire cutters. Attach male and female plugs at either end of the the bulb wire. This is where the blank wire comes in. Use the blank wire to create jumper cords that go from one section to another. At the bottom of the A-frame, on the left, you can barely see the jumper cord that connects the frame to the eve below. This is how you get perfectly fit trim, eve, and facia board lines. You can also use a wire tee, say from the peak of the A-frame, to run a short jumper cord down to the wreath and the window. That's also the beauty of of using LED lights. It is easy to create one continuous circuit all the way around your home with only a single plug in point. When you want to attach your lights to the roof, you can easily attach the lights without any tools by using one of the clips in the second image (a, b, or c). All the clips are designed to attache to your shingles, and I prefer the style in option C because it points the light out and down (facing the observer) which tends to be a little better when using LED. Simply attach the clip to the bulb on the bulb wire, and slide it under the shingles. Gravity and friction do the rest. When I was a kid, my dad and I went crazy with lights. We had every color thrown all over the yard, and my favorite was the big, incandescent c9 multicolored twinkle bulbs. What a stunning display. But something strange happened as I got older, I began to shift away from color towards preferring white. So I put these two images here so that you can get a feel for how color and clear lights look on a home. It all comes down to preference, and for many people, who use lights as a way of making fond memories that last lifetimes with their children, multi-colored might be more appropriate. And for others who simply want to be bathed by warm light on a cold Christmas night, you may prefer the clear lights instead. You might be thinking that LED lights typically stink when it comes to making warm colors, and for the most part, you would be right. But then again, that's the great thing about using commercial quality lights. They make cozy warm LED lights that look just like incandescent bulbs that used to rule the market a few years ago. Nothing really complete a display like a well-wrapped tree. There are three basic options, and each depends on preference. I favor the use of mini-lights to wrap a tree tightly, as in the branch wrap image. Basically, tight coils of mini-light wire are wrapped over and over around the trunk and up to the branches. You have to be careful when doing this, however, because even small trees such as the one in this image, can easily use 1,000 lights or more, much more, depending on the size of the tree and number of branches being wrapped. Again, use blank wire to run a jumper cord up the tree to the first branch fork. Let that be the central plug-in area of your tree. From there you can plug in your commercial grade mini-lights and wrap the tree down to the ground. For small trees like the one in the image here, plan on at least 200 lights for the trunk, and at least 100 lights for each branch you want to wrap. There is another mini-light option that can save some money, but mostly it saves a lot of time. That is draping lights on the ends of the branches, kind of like a lot of people will do with their Christmas Trees. Personally, I do not think the end results looks quite as nice, but considering that it can take a couple hours to wrap a small tree and maybe 15 minutes to drape a few hundred lights, there is a definite pro/con trade off happening there. The last option, and in some ways, one of the coolest, is using c7/c9 bulbs to light the tree. This is done much the same way as wrapping mini-lights, but the effect is strikingly different. Get a few twinkle bulbs to mix in and you will have a stunning display. Spend the extra few bucks to get a good photocell timer. If you used your sketch correctly, you should have been able to map out all your connections around the property and should be able to run all your cords to one simple location. The real challenge is if you can power everything in a single loop with 1 cord using jumpers from your main line to all your trees and bushes. Either way, a single cord or power strip can plug into your timer which will automatically come on when it gets dark out, and you can program to run for 4-8 hours through the evening, turning off around midnight or so. Let's be honest, just because you think your house looks fantastic, does not mean your neighbors want all that light flooding in their windows all night long keeping them awake. So be a good neighbor, do not waste power, and turn your lights off around midnight.
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Things to Consider When Looking for the Best Outdoor Solar Lights Outdoor solar lights are a very cost effective and eco-friendly way to brighten up your garden or walkway. They have numerous advantages, like no running costs and low maintenance, but they also have some disadvantages as well. Some lights will be more of a hassle than a convenience. Before investing your money and time in a specific solar light, consider these factors to ensure that it is the right light for you. A major advantage of using outdoor solar lights is that they cost nothing to operate. This is the same for absolutely every solar light you may find. However, certain solar lights will be more expensive than others. Be careful when choosing a product that you are not spending more money on a product that will give you the exact same as a cheaper brand. When looking to buy your best outdoor solar lights, the reason behind the buy is extremely important. Of the three main types of lights available to you, each is made for a specific purpose. They are either for ambient lighting, small area lighting, or spot area lighting. If you want them for security landscape lighting, you do not want to buy ambient lights. Just like if you want path lights, you do not want to buy extremely bright floodlights. You need to consider the application of these lights. You would think that would not need to be said, but some people completely overlook that aspect. Depending on the type of outdoor solar light you buy, the installation will be different. Most, if not all, of the path light variants will just be a simple light on a stake that you need to shove in the ground. The security lights, on the other hand, will require a bit more complex installation. Of course, each type of solar light will have its own different installation process, so just be mindful of them. Some may be simpler than others. Also, some lights will have more powerful sensors than others. Meaning they will be able to absorb more sunlight under certain circumstances. Most solar lights will need to be installed in an area that allows adequate sunlight availability to function properly. So be sure you have open spaces for these lights. Most high-quality solar lights will not need a lot of maintenance. In fact, LED solar bulbs have a lifespan of up to 20,000 hours. The biggest thing to take into consideration is the rechargeable battery life. Some solar lights will have a bigger capacity battery than others. This means that you will not have to change the battery as often. However, this is a small inconvenience. The only other maintenance required for any solar light is a periodical wiping of the cell to get rid of any dust or dirt. Some of the best outdoor solar lights even have a self-cleaning cell. By far, the biggest complaint among many people using solar lights is the brightness. Because they do not have the constant stream of power that the hardwired lights have, they tend to emit lower levels of light. However, you can find solar lights that have very bright bulbs. The brightness issue will not really be of importance when buying ambient or pathway lights as you will probably want them to be lower anyway. The issue is of more importance when looking for security or spotlights, as they are meant to be very bright.1. Automatic Solar light far too dim, help with increasing brightnessR2 sets the current through the LEDs. It must soak up the voltage difference between the supply and the LEDs. A typical 5mm super-bright white LED drops about 3.3V at 20mA. A 3.6V AA NiMH battery should deliver between 4. 2V and 3. 3V depending on state of charge, with an average of about 3.8V. The transistor will drop about 0.1V in saturation, leaving 0.4V across R2. With 3 LEDs consuming 20mA each the total current is 60mA, so the resistance required is 0.4V/0.06A = 6.7 Ohms (a 6.8 resistor will be close enough). If you want a lower LED current then insert that into the formula. If the LEDs are not well matched you may find that they do not draw equal current in parallel. This issue can be avoided by splitting R2 into 3 resistors which feed each LED separately. The value of each resistor must then be 3 times higher than the total, eg. 20 (use the nearest 5% value, 18 or 22).R1 sets the Base current of Q1. It should supply sufficient current to saturate the transistor, so that it can switch full battery voltage to the output at the required current. Collector current is amplified by the 2N3906's current gain (Beta or Hfe) which in normal operation is between 60 and 300. However in saturation the current gain is reduced, so a lower Collector/Base current ratio may be required (eg. 20:1). The value of R1 can be calculated in the same manner as for R2 (determine voltage across resistor, apply Ohm's Law). However that reveals a problem with your circuit. A 6V solar panel usually has 12 cells in series, supplying 0.5V each. In the dark each cell acts like a silicon diode, so the panel is effectively 12 diodes in series. When powered externally the diode action will drop 0. 5V per cell, for a total of 6V. This is higher than the NiMH battery voltage, but your circuit needs a lower voltage (preferably zero Volts) to turn on the transistor. It only works due to leakage current in the solar panel, which is not defined and drops to zero as the panel voltage approaches zero. If you try to increase Q1's Base current by reducing the value of R1 then you may be limited by the panel's dark current. To guarantee sufficient Base current you can wire a resistor across the panel. The combined value of this resistor (let's call it R3) and R1 then sets Q1's Base current. Assuming 3.8V from the battery, 0.6V across Q1 Emitter-Base, and 60mA/20 = 3mA Base current, R1R3 = (3. 8V-0. 6V)/3mA = 1067. Splitting that value into equal resistances gives 534 per resistor (470 will be close enough). R3 will waste about 12mA of potential charging current, but this should not be significant.In bright sunlight the panel can deliver up to 330mA charging current. This may be slightly above the recommended trickle current for AA cells (eg. 200mA for a 2000mAh cell) however this high current is unlikely to cause damage as it will only occur for an hour or so in the middle of the day2. solar light wiring leds together?It depends on the real situation3. How can I tell if my solar light is working?Well in the daylight put them out by the sun so they can charge natural by the sun's light energy and when the sun is gone put them in the ground and they will light up
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