Six new solar products meet Lighting Global Standards

Six new solar lighting products have met the Lighting Global Quality Standards in the past month bringing more choice to consumers not connected to the electric grid. The new products are as follows:

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SSL 200

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Sun King™ Pro All Night

The SSL 200 from solar lighting company DASOL, comes with four levels of lighting, the brightest of which provides about three hours of lighting after a full day of charging in the sun. The product can also charge mobile phones.

The Sun King™ Pro All Night from Greenlight Planet which comes with two light settings; the brighter setting provides lighting for about seven hours after a full day of charging in the sun. This product has dual USB ports enabling the user to charge a phone while simultaneously powering an additional appliance, or a second phone.

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NL3-1000

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NL3-800

Two products from Nuru Energy, the NL3-800 and NL3-1000; The NL3-800 comes with two light settings of which the bright setting can provide about 4.6 hours of lighting after charging. This product can be charged using a solar module, or the Nuru PowerCycle. The NL3-1000, as known as the Laerdal Light, provides about four hours of lighting after a full day of solar charging, and can charge mobile phones.

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OvCamp HS1-36

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G1 Solar Lantern

OvCamp HS1-36 becomes Omnivoltaic Power’s sixth product to meet the Lighting Global Quality Standards. This product comes with four bulbs, which after a day of solar charging, can light up four rooms simultaneously for almost six hours. It comes with a separate flashlight and can charge mobile phones.

The G1 Solar Lantern from Renewit Solar Solutions comes with two light settings, the brighter of which can provide lighting for six hours after a day of charging in the sun. The product can also charge mobile phones.