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About Montop

We are professional manufacturer,specializing in R&D and production for LED Lighting, We have strong product R&D, manufacturing ability and nice after-sale service. our advanced production lines, precise equipment...

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

1. What is LED Solar Lighting and how does it work?
LED Solar Lighting is created by turning sunlight into energy. Energy is created as sunlight strikes a solar collector and turns energy into an electrical current. The current then sends this energy to a power supply (rechargeable batteries) which in turn energizes a lamp source (LED).
2. What are the main components of a solar lighting fixture?
A solar fixture is made up of the following five main components: (1) a solar collector, (2) a control pc board (circuit board) , (3) a power supply (batteries), (4) a light source (LED) (5) and a photo resistor (photo cell switching device).
3. Why use LED lamps?
LED lamps are one of the most efficient forms of light emission. They do not get hot, there is no filament to burn out, the life expectancy is 20x greater than conventional lamps and the current draw is so low that a small solar charge can efficiently activate the LED lamp.
4. What happens on cloudy days, bad weather or seasonally challenged areas?
Solar lighting is dependent directly on UV (ultra violet) rays. UV rays exist in cloudy weather as well as in sunny conditions. However, the solar collector and battery capacity will absorb and perform best when exposed to direct sunlight. The simple answer is that light output (intensity) can be affected but unless there is no sunlight at all, the solar charge will be active.
5. How can I get the most amount of light output?
For optimum results follow these general guidelines- (1) Place fixture or collector in direct sunlight and away from shadows (2) keep dirt and debris off of the collector (3) replace the batteries every year or as needed (4) place fixtures away from other light sources which could interfere with the photo cell or overwhelm the light source (5) keep in touch with our factory as solar cells and lamp sources will continue to improve..
6. Why do you need batteries for solar lighting?
Solar fixtures are basically a battery based product. The batteries act as the power supply and energy storage for the LED lamp. Similar to other battery based products, the greater the battery storage the more effective the output.
7. Why use rechargeable batteries?
In practical terms rechargeable batteries in solar fixtures are ideal since they can be charged over and over again, as they draw energy from the photo-voltaic process (sunlight converting to electricity). There is no need for a separate battery charger.
8. What maintenance issues are there to consider with solar?
For best results, it is recommended to clean the solar collector when dirty, replace the batteries every year or when needed, check the LED lamp for wear and tear and keep the battery compartment away from water puddles, excessively wet locations and do not allow the fixture to lay on the ground for any period of time. Note: The batteries will most likely need to be changed more frequently in warmer climates as the output and discharge time will be greater than in darker climates where the batteries may not be as active.
9. How does a solar light turn on and off?
Most of solar fixture is equipped with a sensor for automatic operation. In addition, many products also have an on/off switch for those periods of time when light is not required.
10. How long does it take to charge up the batteries?
Typically, the batteries will charge within 6-8 hours of direct sunlight.
11. What do I need to consider when placing solar lights in the outdoor area?
(1) Place the fixture or collector in direct sunlight (2) Place fixtures away from over hanging trees and away from structures that cast shadows (3) Charge battery for 24 to 48 hours for best results (4) Place fixture away from water and/or sprinkles as much as possible. Simply put, solar lights are site sensitive.
12. Is the technology available to make a solar light even brighter than ever?
Yes. Producing a high powered solar light is simple - however not practical or cost effective. The battery would have to be quite large, heavy and too costly for general acceptance. We are certain that this will change with continued demand.
13. How much time can we expect the light output to last?
solar lights are so efficient that most of the products (when properly charged) will last 10 to 12 hours per night. The output will slowly diminish in the last few hours of operation.
14. What are the replacement options?
We are one of the few solar companies that provides replaceable components on most of their products. We carry replacement batteries and their replacement Universal Solar Component.