The solar generator directly shines on the solar panel to generate electricity and charge the battery through the sunlight, which can supply products such as DC energy-saving lamps, tape recorders, TV sets, DVDs and satellite TV receivers. This product has overcharge, over discharge, short circuit, temperature compensation, reverse battery protection and other functions, output 12V DC and 220V AC.
It can provide electricity for remote areas without electricity, outdoor areas, outdoor activities, home emergency, remote areas, villas, mobile communication base stations, satellite ground receiving stations, meteorological stations, forest fire stations, border posts, Can replace some of the national grid energy, pollution-free, safe, new energy sources to achieve sustainable use of more than 25 years! For grasslands, islands, deserts, mountains, forests, breeding places, fishing boats and other power or lack of power areas!
In recent years, the rapid development of photovoltaic power generation in the world, in 2007 the global installed capacity of solar energy reached 2826MWp, of which about 47% in Germany, Spain accounted for about 23%, Japan accounted for about 8%, the United States accounted for about 8%. In 2007, a large amount of investment in the solar photovoltaic industry chain concentrated on the improvement of new production capacity. In addition, the loan financing amount of solar photovoltaic enterprises increased by nearly 10 billion U.S. dollars during 2007, making the scale of this industry expanded continuously. Although supported by the financial crisis, Germany and Spain have reduced the support for solar photovoltaic power generation. However, the policy support from other countries is increasing year by year. The Japanese government released the "Plan of Action for Universal Popularization of Solar Power" in November 2008 to determine that the solar power generation goal of 2030 is to reach 40 times of that of 2005 and to reduce the price of solar battery system after 3-5 years To about half. In 2009, a special subsidy of 3 billion yen was also set aside to encourage technological development of solar batteries. September 16, 2008, the U.S. Senate passed a package of tax cuts, which will extend the PV industry's tax credit (ITC) for two to six years.