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Solar powered lighting system










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #4384317.

A solar powered lighting system including a light emitting unit electrically connected to a rechargeable power storage unit, a solar powered recharger connected to that power storage unit, means to prevent discharge of that power storage unit through the solar powered recharger, means to prevent overcharging of the power storage unit, means to prevent discharging the power storage unit below a predetermined level and means to automatically connect the disconnect the light emitting unit from the power storage unit wherein the voltage output of the solar powered recharger and the power storage unit is matched to the voltage required by the light emitting unit.








 
 
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