- Published on Wednesday, 22 May 2013 15:50
Suppliers are rolling out more single-unit, easy-to-carry models.
- Polycrystalline panels lead: Mono- and polycrystalline modules are adopted in China-made power systems, with the latter leading mainstream supply as it costs 15 to 20 percent less than the first.
- Greater portability: Makers attach a handle or a set of wheels to basic and midrange models. More companies pack the solar panel, power converter and adapters, and LED lamps in a suitcase for easier carrying.
- Enhanced user convenience: A number of power systems combine the power controller and converter, and protection circuitry in one structure. Some have built-in plugs with different output specifications as well.
- Diverse selections: Companies are rolling out models equipped with power banks suitable for mobile phones and Apple devices. Compact designs for sports and outdoor activities come with flexible solar panels.
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