Green Frog Systems ASPIRE Solar Street Light
Green Frog Systems’ ASPIRE Solar Street Light uses monocrystalline panels to generate power, combined with CREE XP-G LED chips that are said to provide more light with less power.
Each solar cell on the ASPIRE panel is tested to eliminate poor-performance cells, such as those with micro-cracks undetectable to the naked eye, ensuring the panel performs at its best.
The ASPIRE was developed with contemporary architectural design in mind, ensuring that the solar panel and pole unit would be elegant, low profile and fit in seamlessly with its surroundings. The large pole base holds up to four stackable batteries for dependable energy storage.
The product is IoT- and smart city-ready, with the ability to connect to the SAM (Solar Activity Monitoring) system, which allows lighting assets to be centrally managed — using software that provides users with a dashboard where they can command, control and monitor assets at an individual or collective level.
The unit is suitable for applications including roadways, streets, car parks, pathways, industrial sites, recreational areas and marine infrastructure.
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