Sun Power for Schools
Lahainaluna High School
Lahainaluna High School is the 14th school to receive a Sun Power for Schools photovoltaic system. A photovoltaic area lighting system was installed on the roof of Building S on September 8, 2000.
The system consists of a solar panel, an enclosure that houses a battery and a solar lighting controller, and luminaire. The solar panel charges the battery with DC electricity during the day and the battery powers the luminaire at night. The solar lighting controller regulates battery charging/discharging and controls lighting operation.
- 100-watt single-crystalline solar panel.
- 112 amp-hr sealed gel battery; 5-day autonomy.
- Charge/light controller (light operation: dusk to dawn)