The Solar-Powered Rechargeable Lamp is a line of lighting fixtures that can be recharged outside during the day using solar power, and brought inside at night for room lighting.
Inventor Janet K. Robinson of Paducah, KY has created a line of lighting fixtures that can be recharged outside during the day using solar power, and brought inside at night for room lighting.
With the recent hike in energy costs, many people are reexamining their home energy usage in an effort to save on the family budget. Electric lighting is one of the largest contributors to the home electric bill. LED lamps save on power usage, but still require some electrical power, which is reflected in the monthly power bill. Additionally, these lamps will not work at all during a power outage. Inventor Robinson has created a means by which indoor lighting can be provided, which does not require the use of any conventional electrical power, and is also operable during power outages.
This clever new invention contains a battery pack, solar panel, and charging circuitry. There are table lamp, desk lamp, or wall lamp options. It saves on electricity usage. It is great for camping. It is ideal for extended power outages. The use of the Solar Powered Recharcheable Lamp provides for indoor lighting without reliance on conventional sources of electricity, in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.