Conduct routine inspections of the entire solar street light system, including the panel, battery, controller, and light fixture. Check for any damages, loose connections, or signs of wear and tear.
Clean the solar panel regularly to remove any dust, dirt, or debris that can obstruct sunlight and reduce performance. Use a soft cloth or brush along with mild detergent or water to clean the surface.
Monitor the battery's performance and voltage levels. Check for any signs of corrosion or leakage. Perform periodic maintenance tasks like equalization charging or replacing worn-out batteries as needed.
Inspect the light fixture for any damage, loose parts, or malfunctioning components. Replace or repair any faulty bulbs, fixtures, or wiring to ensure proper illumination.
Regularly check for any pests, such as birds or insects, that may build nests or cause damage to the solar street light system. Take necessary measures to prevent infestation or damage.
If the vertical solar street light has smart features or uses a controller with programmable settings, ensure that firmware updates are performed periodically to keep the system up-to-date.
Maintain detailed records of maintenance activities, inspections, and any repairs or replacements performed. This helps in tracking the performance and lifespan of the vertical solar street light system.