Free Power Solar Energy Concept by Victor Vetterlein

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On May 13, 2012
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Free Power Solar Energy
Free Power Solar Energy Concept by Victor Vetterlein is a solar driven LED desk light that has been designed to be learning tool for youngsters. The inspiration came from this particular designer’s beautiful childhood memories where he often see welcoming warmth of an lone streetlamp near their country house as he walked home at night. Free Power has a 0.5 w solar panel that connects to the house rooftop to be able to power the LED lighting fixture that’s mounted into a modern attached streetlamp. As you can see here, the solar panel is actually removable, therefore, kids can take and place that under direct sunlight for around 9-12 hours to get enough electricity to power the lighting for about 3-4 hours. In a rainy day, children are able to use the secondary source of energy, a built-in USB interface, a cable as well as a plug-in power converter to provide the electricity to the light.

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