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Solar lamps

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SEECOL’s solar lamp is designed to fulfill the basic need for light in the rural areas of the developing countries. In developing countries the solar lamp is a cheap alternative to a Solar Home System (SHS) providing 4-5 hours of high quality lighting service. It provides higher quality light than the use of candles or kerosene lamps. Solar Lamps are also used to provide street lighting in rural areas. In this case Light Emitting Diode (LED) solar lamps are usually used.

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Solar lamps

  1. 1. SEECOL: Sumedha’s Economical And Eco Friendly Lighting
  2. 2. Solar Lamps• SEECOL’s solar lamp is designed to fulfill the basic need for light in the rural areas of the developing countries. In developing countries the solar lamp is a cheap alternative to a Solar Home System (SHS) providing 4-5 hours of high quality lighting service. It provides higher quality light than the use of candles or kerosene lamps. Solar Lamps are also used to provide street lighting in rural areas. In this case Light Emitting Diode (LED) solar lamps are usually used.
  3. 3. Solar Lamps• About 39% of households in rural India still use kerosene to meet their lighting requirements (Sources: National Sample Service Office statistics). Kerosene lamp is a source of poor quality light; produces greenhouse gas emissions and most importantly, have significant health and safety hazards associated with it. Thus the need for an alternative solution for rural lighting arises. SEECOL’s LED (light emitting diode) based Solar Lamps is an initiative to provide a low cost solution for rural home lighting requirements in India and other countries.
  4. 4. Solar Lamps• In India around 95,000 villages are still not connected to the power grid and approximately 18,000 villages are unlikely to ever have access to the national grid due to their remote location. Around 62 million rural households depend upon kerosene to meet their day-to-day lighting needs.• SEECOL’s solar lamp will allow rural India to access lighting and thereby replacing kerosene with the portable LED based solar lamps. This unique product range offers a wide array of benefits including reduced air pollution, improved studying conditions for children, safety from kerosene lighting led accidents, cost effectiveness, generating more work capacity and potentially higher income by offering night work opportunity to skilled labourers with a better light source.
  5. 5. Solar Lamps
  6. 6. Solar Lamps
  7. 7. Solar Lamps• Advantages 1. Adopting high brightness and small light decline for leds; 2. Adopting excellent aluminum alloy heat dissipation structure; 3. Longer life with high efficiency constant current driver; 4. Long lifespan;
  8. 8. Solar Lamps• Features 1. No UV ,no IR and other radiation; 2. High efficiency and energy saving,only 25- 50% power consumption compared with traditional lamp; 3. Long life, above 60,000 hours; 4. No mercury,lead ,halogen powder hazardous substances; 5. No maintenance cost.
  9. 9. Sumedha Energy Solutions Pvt.Ltd.• #47, 3rd Cross, Lalbagh Main Road, Bangalore - 560027 Ph.no : +91 80 4091 6226/6227 Telefax : +91 80 4091 6227 For More Information Visit: http://www.seecol.co.in
  10. 10. SEECOL: Sumedha’s Economical And Eco Friendly Lighting

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