There are many forms of solar road studs, and the installation positions are also different. No matter what kind of solar road studs, some factors need to be considered when designing.
Here are some factors to consider.
If the solar road studs are not completely sealed, water will leak, which will cause a short circuit, and the consequences will be catastrophic. Therefore, for a qualified solar road stud, its sealing performance must be satisfactory.
Solar road studs must be able to actively emit light. The outline and edge of the road are drawn to the greatest extent, which is one of the most important features compared to ordinary reflective road studs. In terms of this indicator requirement, the relevant standard of the Ministry of Transport is 2000MCD.
Another important factor that determines the life of solar road studs is the life of the battery. Therefore, the choice of battery is very important. The battery life must not only be long enough, but also be able to work normally in a larger temperature range. The material inside the battery is a chemical substance, if the temperature is too high or too low, it will not work properly. Therefore, its operating temperature range must meet the requirements of the actual use environment. The relevant standards of the Ministry of Transport require that the solar road studs must work normally within the range of -10°C to 50°C. In fact, the ambient temperature of solar road studs often exceeds this range, which requires more reliable and higher-performance batteries to make solar road studs.
The environment on the road is complex and changeable, and the temperature and humidity may be very different. Solar road studs must be able to adapt to this change. The temperature is very low in winter and very high in summer, and the temperature difference between day and night is particularly large, which will affect the working efficiency of solar road studs. Therefore, the adaptability of the application environment must be fully considered when designing solar road studs.