Azuri 10W Quad Solar Home System
Azuri Technologies Ltd
Solar home system with four lighting points, a mobile charging capability, and a radio.
Azuri 10W Quad Solar Home System is a 10 W solar home system meant for rural off-grid homes. It has a 10 W solar panel and a 6500 mAh battery for the main unit and a 800 mAh battery for the radio. The Azuri 10 W Quad Solar Home System can power up to 4 LED lamps, an FM radio and can charge a mobile phone.
Goal 7: Affordable and clean energy
150,000 solar home systems have been sold as of 2018
Number and type of power outputs
Number and type of light points
Manufacturer-specified lumen-hours per solar day
Peak power rating of the solar panel in standardized sunlight conditions, provided by the manufacturer
Manufacturer-specified battery capacity
Manufacturer-specified battery voltage
Type of battery used
Can the user easily replace the battery if needed?
Can this system be monitored remotely?
Type of user payment structure
Does this system require mobile connectivity (either for payments or to function)?
Appliances: LED Lights, Radio, Mobile Phone
CRI – 72, CCT – “Cool” (3000 – 5000 K)
Light Output (lm): 71
Batteries: 3.2 V, 6.7 Ah
Solar PV Modules: 10 W
Available from service agents
Full battery runtime of 8 hours with all 4 lamps on high, 32 hours with one 4 LED lamp on high and 6.3 hours with the torch on high.
Lighting Global has vetted the following performance parameters:
1. Truth in Advertising
2. Lumen Maintenance
3. AC-DC Charger Safety
4. Battery Composition, Battery Protection, Battery Durability.
5. Physical Ingress Protection
6. Water Ingress Protection
7. Drop Test
8. Soldering and Electronics Workmanship
9. Mechanical Durability
10. Minimum Warranty Terms
11. Performance Reporting
Testing is done by Lighting Global at a laboratory in Shenzen Academy of Metrology and Quality Inspection
Follow proper electrical installation and control guidelines
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Rolffs, P., Byrne, R. and Ockwell, D. 2014, Financing sustainable energy for all: pay-as-you-go vs. traditional solar finance approaches in Kenya, STEPS working paper 59.
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