KR20100023995A - Lighting pole within solar module and manufacturing method - Google Patents

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KR20100023995A
KR20100023995A KR1020080082633A KR20080082633A KR20100023995A KR 20100023995 A KR20100023995 A KR 20100023995A KR 1020080082633 A KR1020080082633 A KR 1020080082633A KR 20080082633 A KR20080082633 A KR 20080082633A KR 20100023995 A KR20100023995 A KR 20100023995A
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PURPOSE: A lighting pole within a solar module and a manufacturing method are provided to supply a stable power generation and supply regardless of the height of the sun by installing an amorphous flexible a sun light module at a street pole. CONSTITUTION: A sunlight street light(1) generates electricity through a photovoltaic module(8). The generated electricity is charged into a battery(2). The sunlight street light comprises a sunlight exclusive battery, a controller, a sine wave inverter(4), and an LED lamp(11). The battery, the controller and the sine wave inverter are installed at an exclusive box(3). The LED lamp is connected to an electric pole and a street light arm(10).

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Street light with solar module mounted on the inner surface of transparent pillar and its manufacturing method {Lighting pole within solar module and manufacturing method}
 The present invention is a street lamp that illuminates a specific place over a certain illumination without a power supply (hereinafter referred to as "KEPCO") by mounting an amorphous flexible solar module (hereinafter referred to as "module") in the column.
 In general, street lamps are expensive and manpower is required to construct underground lines to draw power from KEPCO. In addition, the electricity required for the street lamp is provided through the cable, so there is a problem in that maintenance costs are additionally generated to check whether the cable is shorted at any time. In addition, due to the flatness of the photovoltaic module, there are limitations in securing the wind pressure and the installation location according to the height. Lamps generally use sodium or metal lamps for street lamps, resulting in high life, maintenance, and maintenance costs. Induction lamps, which are used in solar street lamps, are often damaged by severe shaking due to wind pressure, making them less expensive than LED lamps. .
  In general, existing solar street lights require a certain space due to the technical limitation of the installation height according to the wind pressure due to the flatness of the solar module, and according to the obstacles around it is determined whether to install. Due to trees, tall buildings, etc., the amount of sunshine is not enough to secure enough battery power. In addition, the amount of power generation is limited according to the sun's sunshine and the solar street light equipped with a conventional solar tracking device to overcome this problem has a cost, installation, maintenance is required. In addition, general streetlights are less limited in installation due to location constraints and wind pressure than solar streetlights, but installation is less limited, but there are problems that underground cable construction and short circuit maintenance and repair are required to secure streetlight power. . The lamp can also expect long life and economical aspects by using LED lamp which is more efficient than power consumption.
 The present invention enables the stable production and supply of self-power regardless of the altitude of the sun by installing an amorphous flexible solar module in the street lamp to be installed in the past, the transparent PC (Polycarbonate) surrounding the module due to artificial damage or carelessness during construction It is also strong in shock, so there is little fear of breakage. This can get out of the general flatness of the solar module, eliminate unnecessary space and escape the risk of electric shock due to short circuit.
 Regardless of the sun's altitude, it is possible to continue power generation until sunset, without additional equipment. A general planar solar module may be easily damaged, but the columnar surrounding the module of the present invention has little risk of damage due to the characteristics of the PC material, thus ensuring the robustness of the columnar and the protection of the amorphous flexible solar module and boasting a beautiful appearance. .
 Hereinafter, with reference to the accompanying drawings, specific details for carrying out the present invention for achieving the above object are as follows.
 1 is an overall view to which the technique of the present invention is applied, and FIG. 2 is a longitudinal cross-sectional view showing the dedicated portion and the pole connection portion of the lower pole, and FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view of the pole.
 In the solar street light 1, power generated by the solar module 8 of Jeonju is stored in the battery 2 through the controller, and then the power of the battery is controlled by the controller after sunset. It is boosted to 220v and supplied to the LED lamp 11 in the upper pole of the pole is turned on. Module 8 is configured to accommodate three pieces of 136WP inside the pole.
 2 and 3, the solar street light 1 includes a stainless steel pipe 5 at a lower end thereof, and a battery, a controller, and an inverter exclusive box 3 are also made of stainless steel. The module 8 is wired to the controller and the controller is also connected to the battery 2 and the inverter again. The inverter is configured to be connected to the LED lamp 11 by a wire.
 In the upper part, the outer layer 9 is made of transparent polycarbonate (P.C), so that the solar module 8 can generate power. The outer layer P.C (9) has the advantage that the material is very durable, windproof, moisture proof, anticorrosion, and not damaged even at high impact. Inside the P.C 9, the solar module 8 is configured to be mounted. The module 8 is configured to be in close contact with the P.C (9) by configuring the elastic sponge 12 inside the module. Inside the sponge 12, an iron pipe 6 serving as a support for poles is formed. The iron pipe 6 and the module 8 are fixed to the stainless steel pipe 5 by the stainless steel retaining ring 7 and the outer layer P.C 9 is directly fixed to the stainless steel pipe 5. The street lamp arm 10 of Jeonju is configured to be fixed to the iron pipe 6 and the LED lamp 11 is located at the end of the arm 10.
1 is a plan view of the entire assembly
2 is a longitudinal sectional view showing the dedicated box and the pole connection portion of the lower pole.
3 is a lateral view of the electric pole
*** Explanation of symbols for main parts of drawing ***
1: solar street light
2: battery
3: inverter only
4: sine wave inverter
5: stainless steel pipe
6: iron pipe
7: stainless steel retaining ring
8: amorphous flexible solar module
9: PC (PolyCarbonate, Polycarbonate) Pipe
10: street light arm
11: LED lamp
12: resilience sponge

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  1.  In the solar street light (1) that is generated according to the amount of solar radiation through the solar module (8), the electricity is stored in the battery (2) and then the power is turned on using the power of the street light
     The solar street light is installed inside the dedicated solar cell (2), the controller, the sine wave inverter (4) dedicated to the lower part in the pole having a constant height (3) and the LED lamp 11 on the top of the pole and street light Solar street light (1) to which the arm (10) is connected.
  2.  2. The electric pole according to claim 1, wherein the pole has a stainless steel battery, a controller and an inverter exclusive box (3) at the bottom and is integrated with the stainless steel pipe (5) thereon. A small outer diameter iron pipe (6) is mounted by a stainless steel retaining ring (7) and filled with an elastic sponge (12) between the amorphous flexible solar module (8) and the iron pipe (6) to close the iron pipe (6). The enclosed module 8 is also fixed by a stainless steel fixing ring 7, and the solar street light 1, characterized in that the PC pipe 9, which can cover the module 8, is finally connected to the stainless steel pipe 5. ).
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