For two decades, industries dealing with transportation and safety have utilized solar energy to supplement or replace grid power. One reason for this is simple: solar power enables contractors to power traffic control and monitoring devices in remote areas without stringing up miles of wire or using resource-heavy generators. Since these systems need to be up and running 24/7 without any interruptions, they need a constant energy source that won’t demand too much maintenance.
SunWize power and battery systems enable traffic and safety systems to run continuously in any weather or setting. Each component used in our solar power packages is ruggedly built for long-lasting performance in remote locations, making us a leading supplier of solar power systems to the transportation and safety industry.
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Any contractor involved in transportation and safety knows there is much more to building a safe road than simply laying down asphalt. Traffic signals and lights, monitoring systems, electronic signage, and even parking meters are vital parts to roads everywhere, and all of these require consistent power to run. Other functions that drivers may not always notice, such as fleet monitoring for commercial entities, road weather monitoring, and high water alert systems, are also vital to traffic safety.
Seeing how many transportation and safety applications benefit so highly from remote power systems, the advantages of solar power—and particularly of SunWize Power and Battery systems—are obvious.
Each system is designed with your specific load requirements in mind, with solar panels, thermoelectric generators (TEG), voltage converters, and battery banks all selected to meet your project’s needs. The advantages we offer include:
– 24/7/365 power in both remote and urban locations
– Charging battery that keeps your systems running, even when the sun isn’t out
– Prompt expert design that minimizes maintenance and all but eliminates risk of system failure
– Reduced energy costs
It is absolutely vital that each system be designed for optimum efficiency. Not only is this beneficial financially, but it also makes the system more secure. A flaw within the system can actually put the whole power station at risk, so allowing qualified engineers to design your system is a must.