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Solar Lanterns

RSPL offers a wide range of Solar PV Lanterns with standard and custom built versions.

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Lantern Housing material Aluminium/ABS/as required
Chimney Material Acrylic /Polycarbonate
Lamp 5/7 Watts compact fluorescent lamp in four pin/two pins version
SPV Module 8/10/12 Wp module depending upon the model

Sealed Maintenance Free Battery of Absorbed Electrolyte type

  • On-Off Switch
  • Fuse
  • LED indications for :-
    • battery deep discharge (Load disconnect)
    • battery overcharge (Charging disconnect) (optional)
  • Charging in process
  • Plug and socket for the connection of PV module to the lantern for charging
  • Solder free installation
Module Options 8 / 10 / 12Wp
Operating Voltage Options 6 / 12 Volts DC Nominal
Battery Options 6V – 4.5 Ah Sealed Maintenance Free lead acid type or 12V – 7Ah Sealed Maintenance Free
Lamps Options 5 / 7 / 9 Watts CFL
Housing Material Options Glass fiber / ABS
Chimney Options Acrylic / Glass / Polycarbonate
Protections Battery deep discharge, Battery over charge, Reverse polarity
Indications Charging ‘ON’, Battery deep discharge, Battery overcharge
Hours of Lighting 2 to 4 hours depending upon lamp battery and module.
Weight 4 to 5.5 Kg.
Light Output
600 lumens (nominal) for each Luminaire of CFL 09W lamp.

Go Green, its the best way to mitigate the energy issue. Rates are going to go up and with parity almost on the horizon, its the right time to invest

Accelerated depreciation benefit of 80% is allowed in 1st Year on investments in solar powerprojects

Get upto 90% subsidy in certain states with the MNRE giving 30% subsidy for solar power projects for inhouse consumption. Never has the administrative environment been so conducive towards Solar Energy.

Achieve payback and then have cost free electricity for the rest of the balance life of the system

Move away from polluting sources of energy like your diesel genset. Solar is way cheaper,way better and saves the environment

With diesel and elec price rising at approx 5-8% per year, it makes sense to go Solar. An average diesel genset generated unit costs apprx Rs.22 compared to that of solar at about Rs.8