Application advantages of solar lights in Chile
According to the “Infrastructure Development” report submitted by the Chilean Construction Chamber of Commerce, Chile will invest 174.505 billion dollars in infrastructure construction from 2018 to 2027. Among them, the investment in urban roads was 60.776 billion dollars, and the investment in inter-city roads was 20.343 billion dollars.
In May 2019, the Chilean government announced a plan to spend $10 billion in the next five years to build and widen approximately 17,000 kilometres of roads in the country, including the improvement of nearly 13,000 kilometres of rural roads and other highways. The demand for road lighting has also increased.
Traditional road lighting requires complicated wiring and other projects, but solar lights do not require wiring, which is very convenient and safe to install. No longer like traditional street lights that need to spend a lot of time and money to maintain, solar street lights do not require maintenance. Solar lights use energy-saving and low-carbon LED lighting while using new energy solar energy, which is more energy-saving and environmentally friendly.
Chile is a country with a large land area and the most abundant solar energy resources in South America. The photovoltaic power generation industry is very mature. Chile has the richest copper resources, most of which are located in the central and northern regions. This area is rich in solar radiation resources and rainfall (rare in the north and few in the middle in summer), it is very suitable for solar street lights in natural conditions.
Chile is the longest and narrowest country globally, with land spanning 38 latitudes, and the climate varies greatly. Generally speaking, it can be divided into three distinct areas: North, Central, and South:
- The northern section is mainly desert climate, with little rainfall, and high-temperature weather needs to be guarded, the highest can be above 35℃;
- The middle section has a subtropical Mediterranean climate with rainy winter (June-August) and dry summer (December-February). The climate is better, the coldest winter is less than a minus, and the hottest summer does not exceed 35℃;
- The south has a rainy oceanic climate, with the most precipitation in April and May. The annual temperature is generally from a few degrees to ten degrees Celsius, and it can reach below zero at the coldest. In addition, Punta Arenas, the southernmost city, is famous for its strong winds. The solar light is required to have a certain resistance to wind.
When buying solar lights, we need to consider the price, quality, and after-sales. Manufacturers that are cost-effective and have a complete after-sales system are worthy of trust. Sresky’s products have a long warranty period and high-efficiency after-sales service. The FAS technology developed by Sresky can solve the problems of solar lamps as soon as possible. In addition, Sresky also independently developed ALS technology and TCS technology ：
ALS technology can automatically extend the lighting time, combined with the IP65 waterproof rating, the solar lamps can still work ordinarily for 8-10 days on rainy days. And when the battery power drops (> 30%), the brightness can still maintain 100%:
The TCS constant temperature technology can protect the battery and extend the battery life so that the solar lamp can work ordinarily at a temperature of -20℃-60℃: