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Solar Powered Flashlight Advantages

Lights powered by solar panels are remarkable innovations with a wide range of applications. A flashlight or light might be powered by the sun, who would have thought? Those solar-powered flashlights are a lot of fun. They resemble a standard flashlight in appearance. They can be turned on and off with a simple switch. They have a light-emitting portion on one end, which makes it possible to use them at night or in dimly lit areas.

When sunlight shines on a solar panel or cell on the outside of the flashlight, it is transformed into electrical energy and stored in a battery. Solar flashlights often employ LED or Light Emitting Diode lamps instead of an incandescent light bulb, as LEDs consume less electricity and last longer. LEDs have an average lifespan of 100,000 hours, compared to the 1000 hours of an incandescent bulb.

Solar-powered flashlight batteries, on the other hand, typically last roughly two years with regular usage, compared to the typical, single-use nickel, lithium, or cadmium batteries commonly used in flashlights. The comparing rate for a standard battery is roughly 15 hours, compared to about 2500 hours for a solar rechargeable battery.

To get the most out of your solar-powered flashlight batteries, you should leave it on for at least 15 hours a month. The memory effect is seen in rechargeable batteries. You can’t totally discharge it, thus it will only recharge to a lesser (memory) level rather than 100% of its available power if you keep using it.

When not in use, place your solar-powered flashlight on a window sill so that the solar panel receives as much sunlight as possible. Consider turning it on…and leaving it on…as mentioned above, at least once a month if you don’t use it regularly.

Most hardware stores now carry solar-powered flashlights. For emergencies and camping, they’re a must-have. One should be in every vehicle and in every home. What if you’ve ever needed a flashlight in a pinch only to discover that the batteries were dead and you didn’t have any spares…or you didn’t know where they were?

Solar torches are getting some extremely imaginative designs…with add-ons like sirens, flashers, and phone chargers, for example… Additionally, there is a flashlight design. Any number of solar flashlight key chains are available on the market at the present time. Style, outside casings, and additional functionalities all affect pricing.

Visit bogolight.com to learn more about solar-powered “spreading the light.” Founded by Mark Bent in 2006, SunNight Solar is a Limited Liability Company that administers “Buy One, Give One” (BoGoLight). While serving in the American Diplomatic Corps, Mark recognized the need for illumination in a lot of underdeveloped countries and came up with a solution. The non-profit organization that collects and distributes the solar flashlights you buy from BoGoLight or one of its affiliates, such as InHabitat, will receive a free solar flashlight in exchange for your purchase.

For people who can’t see, this is an amazing way to “beam some light” in a way that’s reminiscent of the sun. With solar-powered lights, the future is now!