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  • 8 Tips for You to Use Your Solar Charger

    1.Humidity and Salt – Coastal regions of high humidity are notorious for their effects on electrical devices and systems. If you are in a tropical coastal region for prolonged periods of time, make sure that all electrical devices are kept dry and covered when not in use.

    2.Time of Year – During the summer months, the earth’s angle of exposure to the sun is at its greatest, making the sun more powerful. Also, summer days are longer, allowing a battery to charge better.

    3.Time of Day – The time of day you charge your portable solar chargers influence the charge speed. At noon, when the sun is at the highest point in the sky, the maximum charge level will be obtained. Therefore, solar exposure for one hour at noon will provide greater charge than one hour at 4 p.m. on the same day. The total time of solar exposure will have a cumulative affect.
    Last edited by Admin; 07-15-2010, 03:33 PM.
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