Solar powered lights are becoming the go to light sources for remote areas. DeltaCron Tech Inc. has taken the route of designing and manufacturing these lights that are suitable for areas that had not hope of having electricity for their households in the near future. The solar powered lights range from 1.5w to 20w. The majority of the lights can give out light for a period of upto 10 hours on a full charge, with the smallest light illuminating a room of size 5mX5m with ease.
Off grid powered homes hospitals and schools are becoming more and more popular for people who live in remote locations where power outages frequently occur. The above off-grid solar installation uses 24 PV solar panels tied to a battery bank of 12 batteries for approximately 16 kWh worth of daily use.
Off grid systems are being used to power critical loads in homes. An example of critical loads which can be supported by the off-grid solar system includes refrigeration, electric or induction cook top, interior lighting, exterior security lighting, and a cell phone charger. Additional non-essential loads can be tied to the battery bank as well. These are also designed based on customer needs, but normally include small appliances such as an electric fan TV decoders.
The off-grid system will provide daily power supply via a battery bank connected to and recharged by solar PV panels.
Solar water pumps enable you to move water from its remote source to where you need it, without access to power lines. Solar pumping has three primary uses; domestic use for washing, cooking and drinking, livestock watering, and irrigation. The same basics are used for all three requirements, although domestic use may require additional capabilities. Solar water pumps are often used in remote areas where the cost of running traditional water piping is cost prohibitive or you just want to provide water to an off-grid home. Solar water pumping systems are also used to pump water for livestock and crop irrigation
At Deltacron Technologies, we bring you two types of water pumps, submersible pump and surface pump. A submersible pump is installed under water, usually in a well, but can also be in a pond or stream if raised off the bottom. A surface pump is installed above the water, with an intake hose feeding the pump from the water source, and the output hose feeding the tank. Pumps are able to push water out much higher than they are able to suck water in, so the they need to be close to the water source. Keep the head, or the height difference between the water and the pump, as low as possible.
Our portable solar powered coolers gives you the freedom to bring your chilled drinks and food to anywhere you like, no-matter what the power situation in the area is.
The portable 25 litre cooler (grey) and its older sister 50 litre cooler (off black) have a temperature range of +10 to -20 degrees celsius. With their in-built custom made Samsung lithium batteries, they can work with no external power for up-to 12 hours on a single charge. This battery can be charged in 3 ways; 12V car charge, 120/220V wall charge and Solar power from its attached 100W solar panels. This feature alone, makes them the only cooler on the market that can run constantly in an area that completely has no grid power.
Made from recyclable material, these portable coolers come in at a gross weight of 10.6Kg and 12.1Kg gross and a net weight of 8.2Kg and 9.6Kg respectively! Their patent pending “Stand Alone” portable solar technology makes them second to non, as there is nothing like this on the market.
With these coolers, you can surely forget about the price of ice at the gas.