No matter how great your Solar Cell Modules design is, it won't last long without proper maintenance. Here are some things you can do to extend its lifespan:
Control the number of batteries.
Minimize the number of batteries you use in the bank. Using more batteries increases the connection and resistance, which can cause uneven charging. Try to limit the number of batteries you use for the bank to 4 or less.
Do not leave the solar battery uncharged for a long time.
The solar cell may be damaged if left uncharged for a long time. Make sure your charging power is always on so the battery continues to charge.
Equalize the solar cells.
Cell balancing is the process of overcharging solar cells in a controlled manner. Uneven battery charging can lead to sulfation on the plates. Overcharging eliminates this by deflation. Our solar cells have a controller to avoid overcharging, so our products do not require this action.
Use the correct type of solar cell.
Lithium batteries are more recommended as they can last up to 8 years. If they don't work properly due to the use of special waterproof plugs and connectors, they can be easily replaced. Make sure you are using a lithium battery with a voltage rating of 12.8V or 25.6V to ensure it lasts longer and is cleaner and safer for the environment