The Solego 80/160 system is a modular solar solution for households and small businesses in off-grid areas. Each system can accommodate a 80Wh or 160 Wh battery and two 50W solar panels. And as soon as the electricity demand increases additional systems can simply be stacked on top of each other. The existing Pay-As-You-Go plan can easily be extended. This unique modularity allows to achieve a maximum load of 1000 W per user.
Solego has lithium phosphor (LiFePO4) batteries with two different capacity of 80 Wh (6.6 Ah) and 160 Wh (13.3 Ah).
So Solego has 3 different outputs:
- 5V / USB
- 12V / DC jack
- 12V / XT90 ( 125 W of Max drained power )
- All appliances working by 5V and USB port:
- Phone charging
- Hair clipper
- Table fan
- All appliances working by 12V and DC jack port (2.5/5.5):
- Led bulbs
- DC TV
- Laptop charger
- Security lights
- All the appliances working by 12 V and limited to 150 w can be connected to the XT90 port:
- Water pomp
Pack is a batteries extension of 160 Wh (13.3 Ah) capacity with 5x 12 V DC output and one XT90 high power output.
The Pack can be only charged when it’s stacked to another Solego 80/160 via the XT90 port.
Each Solego 80/160 has two ports (6.3/3.0 DC jack) which support 2x 50 W panel of power supply.
You can stack Solego 80/160 and pack until you respond to your energy needs, the only limitation is that Solego the delivery power will be limited to 1000 W.
- Solego is a DC device, which means that all DC appliances of 5 and 12 V can be supplied. If you need to supply your AC appliances you will need an inverter but we recommend only high-quality inverters and to respect the maximum power.
- We advise our distributors to encourage the clients to invest in DC appliances because they are more energy efficient and they have more life cycle.
- Our systems are Pay-As-You-Go enabled. It gives distributors the flexibility to offer the Solego systems on a consumer loan. Users can easily pay their instalments via mobile money. Therefore, all our systems can be seamlessly integrated into all the common last-mile management platforms. Tokens can be sent to the customers’ mobile phones or directly to the systems with GPRS. Further functions are currently explored.
- Yes, with two options:
- When your client confirm that he paid you, you can generate token for him and send it via SMS to your customer, then using the keypad he can unlock the system.
- You can ask for partnership with one of the mobile payment platforms like: Angaza, Solaris, Paygee, Paygops.
Distributors get access to a remote system monitoring platform. Even without deep technical knowledge the performance of each individual system can be tracked. In maintenance cases problems can be easily identified and solved. Furthermore, distributors are given opportunities for cross-selling, so that after-sales become more effective.