Servotech Launches New Range of Solar Street Lights

Highlights :

  • These lamps increase charging efficiency by around 25% by utilizing all of the energy harvested by solar PV modules.
  • These solar street lights can be used for streets and roads, highways, compounds, parks, boundary walls, car parking areas, military and civilian security installations, airports etc.

LED and solar products manufacturer Servotech Power Systems has launched its new range of solar street lights to deliver high-quality illumination for outdoor spaces.

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This series includes two product variants Integrated and 2in1 solar street light which offers a luminous efficacy of over 105lm/W, a life expectancy of over 50000 hours, and an IP 66 rating, ensuring protection even in the harshest outdoor circumstances, said the company.

These lamps increase charging efficiency by around 25% by utilizing all of the energy harvested by solar PV modules which are made of highly efficient polycrystalline that have been used and tested for longer durability and can withstand highly corrosive atmospheres and heavy wind loads, added Servotech.

These solar street lights can be used for streets and roads, highways, compounds, parks, boundary walls, car parking areas, military and civilian security installations, airports etc.

Servotech claims that these solar street lights have inbuilt high-efficiency solar charge controller, high lumen LED bulbs, high-efficiency solar panels, inbuilt dusk to dawn sensor and based on reuse, reduce & recycle approach.

Raman Bhatia, Managing Director, Servotech Power Systems, said that these solar street lights have a motion sensor and an intelligent controller, which are used to maximize the efficiency of the street lights and designed to regulate the light output based on movement detection and time schedule.

Earlier last month, New Delhi-based Servotech announced its collaboration with German solar module company 2Power Gmbh to bring PVT Technology 2Power WP+ system in India. Through this PVT technology, solar modules are expected to produce electricity, heat and cooling through the adsorption process.

Through this collaboration, Servotech, which recently launched the #O2FORALL effort to bridge the gap between oxygen concentrators and patients, will use this technology to manufacture and assemble these modules in India to produce cooling which can be the best substitute for air conditioners.

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