solar led How to Troubleshoot Solar LED Lanterns

by:Leimove     2020-03-24
solar led How to Troubleshoot Solar LED Lanterns
Solar lighting does not require power, so you can add solar LED lanterns anywhere in the property without running cables and connecting to the power supply.Solar Lanterns require sunlight to power the LED, and rechargeable batteries and direct sources of sunlight are also required to function properly.When your solar LED lantern cannot be turned on or off, you can check some items for your lighting to be put into use again.Solar lights can be powered by the sun, but the power generated by Solar panels during the day must be stored for later use.The Solar lamp is equipped with a rechargeable NiCad or NiMH battery to capture the energy generated by the sun.Over time, the rechargeable battery will not be able to be charged and the solar LED lantern will not be able to be lit.NiCad batteries may need to be replaced once a year while Ni-MH batteries can be used for two or more years.Try replacing the current battery with a new NiCad or Ni-MH battery, see if the LED of your lantern will light up and burn all night.There is one or more solar panels on the top of the solar LED lantern to capture the sun.The panel uses photovoltaic cells to convert the captured sunlight into electrical energy.As the lights are outdoors, the panels are vulnerable to contamination, dust, dirt, bird drops and other debris that prevent the sun from reaching the solar panel.Dirty solar panels can reduce battery charging and reduce battery life.Use a wet paper towel to wipe any dirt and debris on the panel.Mix a small amount of liquid detergent with warm water if necessary to thoroughly clean the panel.Allow the lantern to charge a full day fee to determine if the solar LED lantern will be repaired by the cleaning panel.The photoelectric light sensor located somewhere on the LED light operates solar energy.The sensor is designed to turn on the light at dusk and turn off the light at dawn.If your LED lantern cannot be turned on at night, or it cannot be turned off in the morning, there may be a problem with the photoelectric sensor.Check the sensor and make sure that nothing stops the LED light if it is not turned off during the day.Check to ensure that the photo sensor does not receive Manual light from the porch or street light, which may cause the lantern to remain closed at night.The sensor can only perceive light and shade and cannot distinguish between day and night.Just as the location of your home or business is critical to resale value or commercial transportation, the location of your solar LED lantern is equally valuable.Since LED lanterns require sunlight to run effectively, putting solar lanterns in a cool place can cause the lanterns to not be as bright as other lanterns on your house.If you can't charge your new lantern in direct sunlight, it may greatly reduce the light it emits every night.Cloudy weather will also reduce the amount of light generated by your sun lights, as well as the time when the night lights remain lit.Move the lantern from a cool place to a place in direct sunlightCharging during the day helps to increase the brightness and the length of time the light burns.
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