Portable Solar System for Trekking and Expedition
The Swogun Energy's Nepal Portable Power Pack Solar System is great solution for trekking and expedition groups, research groups, travelers, hotels and resorts of Himalayan regions and Volunteers. These systems specially designed to use Laptop Computers, Portable Printers, during the stay in the villages, remote areas and Himalayan regions where electricity is not available. And at the same time it can also be used for lights
Solar PV Panels
Photovoltaic solar panels, also known as solar pv modules or solar electric panels, generate power when exposed to high levels of light. The photo-voltaic effect was discovered in 1839 by nineteen-year-old Edmund Becquerel. Modern pv modules were first developed commercially for NASA and the space race in the 1950's. With no moving parts, solar pv is a silent and reliable method of producing electricity in remote locations. High quality solar modules have power performance warranties of 20 years on the larger panels, with an expected life of 60 years or more. An early commercial pv system, now 46 years old, is still producing power within warranty guidelines. Solar pv panels are currently available in...
Solar Deepcycle Batteries
We offer lead acid, ealed mantinance free and GEL solar battery options that are made for renewable energy systems. We carry Concord, Volta, MX Volta and SEC batteries, all of which are ideal for solar homes, remote power needs, industrial and commercial applications, and for use in developing countries like Nepal. GEL vs. AGM Sealed Batteries AGM (absorbed glass mat) is a special design glass mat designed to wick the battery electrolyte between the battery plates. AGM batteries contain only enough liquid to keep the mat wet with the electrolyte and if the battery is broken no free liquid is available to leak out. Gel Cell batteries contain a silica type gel that the battery electrolyte is suspended in, this t...
Solar Charge Controller Nepal
Solar Charge Controller Nepal A charge controller, It regulates the voltage and current coming from the solar panels going to the battery. Most "12 volt" panels put out about 16 to 20 volts, so if there is no regulation the batteries will be damaged from overcharging. Most batteries need around 14 to 14.5 volts to get fully charged. Do I always need a charge controller? Not always, but usually. Generally, there is no need for a charge controller with the small maintenance, or trickle charge panels, such as the 1 to 5 watt panels. A rough rule is that if the panel puts out about 2 watts or less for each 50 battery amp-hours, then you don't need one.
Solar Lamps ( In-door and out-door) Nepal
Solar Lamps ( In-door and out-door) Nepal Indoor solar lamps are some of the newer technologies which are being explored. They comprise of a solar charged lamp that gets its energy from sunlight. These lamps must be attached to where they are needed most and the configuration must be installed properly. Once installed, the need to worry about lighting is no longer necessary as the lights will come on automatically when the sun goes down. Of course there is also the optional switch which can make the light come on whenever it is needed. Solar Lamps – Outdoor It has always been popular to adorn your back yard and garden area with lighting so that, even at night, you can enjoy them. Unfortunately, in recent...