Have you thought about solar camping? That is, using solar products if you are in a tent, cabin, or RV. No matter how or where you camp, using solar lights, solar radios, solar flashlights, even solar showers is a great way to go. There are several advantages to go solar camping and this article and others will explore those advantages.
Solar pond lights are LED lights in a waterproof casing which float on top of the water. They draw in the sun’s energy, store that energy in a small battery, and then the battery powers the lights all night long. A light sensor built into the casing tells the lights when to turn on.
Another danger that kerosene lamps give you is fire hazard. Make yourself be known to the safety that solar lights give, that kerosene, gasoline, and diesel fuel that are stored for lamp use cannot give.
Putting your solar panel into the sun, use the battery clamps (those similar to those you use to jump start your car, a good panel will come with these) to charge. Once charged, disconnect from the solar panel and connect to the inverter. Again, the inverter should have the clamps like the solar panel. From this set up, you can use the inverter to power up the items you need. Depending on where you buy your items, this generator should only cost about $200.
Need of sunlight. Best Solar Christmas Lights are powered by re-chargeable batteries. These batteries are charge via a small solar panel affixed to the light. If the area does not get adequate sun, the batteries may not charge adequately.
Having a well lit yard can make a really great impression all on its own. Just remember back to the Christmas lights that you saw a few months ago. Obviously a Christmas design won’t work all year round but you can attract people’s attention to your house with a good landscaping light plan.
Having a solar generator is a source of security for you and your family. Integrating solar into your emergency kit will put you ahead of the curve from those who don’t have this process readily available. Don’t keep the information to yourself though. Pass this on to all of your friends and neighbors. A prepared neighborhood is a safe neighborhood.