The 1000-vat sunny generators Orion Sun surpassed fuel brothers
Orion Sun Systems plans to bring compact and super -powerful solar power plants to the market that can replace ordinary generators.
Each station consists of a 12-volt block, batteries with a capacity of 100 A · h, which withstand up to 2000 charge-discharge cycles. Batteries are powered by built -in solar panels and (optionally) from an additional wind generator.
This approach allows Orion Sun Systems to store energy in any weather and at any time. If necessary, batteries can also be charged from a conventional power supply. All stations are equipped with 20-centimeter wheels and a strong waterproof housing, thanks to which they can be left outside the premises for many months and even years.
Each station is based on 100-watt 12-volt monocrystalline solar panels. They are equipped with a built -in charge regulator and do not require regular maintenance. Picked up energy is issued through five 120-volt outlets (three of them are external and two internal), and one USB compartment for charging gadgets. During charging, small electronics are placed in a protected box, so it can be left unattended.
Orion Sun Systems is completely charged in three hours in clear weather and for 6-10 in rainy and cloudy. Its full charge is enough for 6 hours of operation of the microwave oven, 12 hours of operation of a standard refrigerator or TV, or 24 hours of work of the irrigation pump. Deliveries of power plants will begin in August 2017, and their retail price will be $ 2,000.