Suchnetcom Solar Ltd introduces her innovative ‘Hybrid Solar Power Generation Station (HSPGS) for powering of streetlights’.
To provide room for converting traditional streetlights from its fossil energy source to renewable solar power source.
To help safe materials from wastage and eliminate unnecessary cost.
Although ‘HSPGS’ can be used for general application, it is however designed for the specific application, being the transformation of the traditional types of streetlights to solar run load. The traditional streetlights are known to be powered by diesel generator or utility supply, whereas renewable solar streetlights get their power source from natural Sunlight.
Safe Material and Cost
In most cases, dilapidated traditional streetlights are completely scrapped off to give way for standalone solar streetlight installation, without considering the dismounting cost of materials like armored cables, lamp poles and luminaires. With the advent of ‘HSPGS’ replacement, it is no longer the case.
The innovative ‘Hybrid Solar Power Generation Station (HSPGS)’ replaces fossil power source such as diesel generator that was previously used in powering streetlights. There will be no need to unearth the armored cables or dismount the poles and light fittings. All the existing materials and components will remain as originally installed. The only addition is the replacement of the power source from fossil fuel (example: diesel generator) to the renewable 'HSPGS’. There will be no change of interconnecting wires. All interconnection wires are intact.
There are 2 standard categories of the 'HSPGS' powered streetlights namely, HSPGS-1K-1C2L and HSPGS-1K-2C2L.
The HSPGS-1K-1C2L category is specifically to meet the design need of a Single carriage-Double lane road on total distance of 1000 meters (that is 3280 feet); with 33 pieces of lighting poles spread across the 1000 meter distance with column spacing of 30 meters; and 33 units of luminaires individually mounted on each lighting pole.
The HSPGS-1K-2C2L category is specifically to meet the design need of a Double carriage-Double lane road on total distance of 1000 meters (that is 3280 feet); with 33 pieces of lighting poles spread across the 1000 meter distance with column spacing of 30 meters; and 66 units of luminaires that is mounted in pair on each lighting pole.