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Explain the wiring sequence of solar street light controller in detail
Nowadays, most rural areas across the country have installed solar street lights, but there are still some rural areas that have not installed them. At present, most of the lithium battery solar street lights used on the market are simple to install and can be plugged in and used. However, some regional engineering requirements are to use solar street lights that use colloidal batteries as batteries. At this time, solar panels, solar lamps and batteries need to be wired to the solar street light controller. The order is very important, as long as you make any mistakes. The wiring sequence of the controller will cause the solar street lamp to fail to light up. Therefore, it is extremely important for the purchaser to understand the solar street light controller in detail. The following editor will briefly talk to you.
The wiring sequence of the solar street light controller should be: first connect the load (negative) of all components, then connect the positive electrode of the colloidal battery and solar lamp, and finally connect the positive electrode of the solar panel. What we need to pay attention to here is that after the gel battery is connected, the idle indicator of the solar controller will be on. After one minute, the discharge indicator will be on and the load will be turned on. Finally, connect the solar panel, and the solar street light controller will enter the corresponding working state according to the intensity of the light. If the solar panel has charging current, the charging indicator of the solar controller will be on, and the solar street light is in the charging state. At this time, the entire solar street light system is normal, and the wiring of the solar controller should not be changed at will. You can check the working status of the entire solar street light system according to the working indicator of the solar controller.
Finally, the editor would like to remind everyone that solar street light controllers are divided into boost and buck controllers. Different solar street lamp configurations, different light source wattages are matched with different controllers. Therefore, when purchasing, you must confirm the specific configuration parameters with the solar street light manufacturer to avoid the purchased solar street light from not lighting due to the controller, then the gain is not worth the loss.