Solar Bus Shelter Kits

Suninone Solar Bus Shelter
Suninone Solar Bus Shelter Kit with poles

Solar Bus Shelter Kits

Sun-In-One™ complete turnkey bus shelter solar kits are built to last in all environments. Our bus stop and shelter kits are one of the most cost effective solutions for off grid lighting in the industry, designed to provide up to 3 days of power to the lights with no sun. Our patented 98 CRI LEDs put out more Lumens per Watt with great light more than any other light in the industry. The bus shelter kits are designed based on the local sun and weather to give you years of high quality lighting with maintenance free equipment. Pole mounted and Shelter mounted Solar Powered Lighting systems available. Contact us to receive a User Manual

Sun-In-One™ Solar bus stop and bus shelter lighting systems are an efficient means to provide lighting without the need for standard utility power. Every system provides cost savings by eliminating the need to trench standard electric wires for installation and providing no electric bill for the life of the system. Solar bus stop lights have been installed on bus stops and shelters for many cities and provide security, sustainability and an overall green image. Sun-In-One Solar Bus Stop and Bus Shelter Lighting Systems come complete with a self-contained solar power assembly sized to run the specified solar light fixture as per the requirements set by the customer. Our team designs each system by the power consumed by the fixture and available sun provided by the geographical location of installation. Battery backup provides a minimum set autonomy for extended battery life and take into account local weather conditions. Solar powered LED lighting equipment is designed to fit bus shelters and provide lighting every evening of the year. The system operates by using a solar panel to charge the battery during the day and then the battery capacity is used at night to operate the lighting. When the PIR senses movement the lighting is automatically switched on. The system controller has an inbuilt feature to protect the battery from damage due to excessive discharge, if additional hours of operation are used or adverse weather occurs the controller will not allow the lighting to be used when the battery is below 11.7V. The hours of performance are based on the solar panel facing south. Optional Features Advertising Lighting available Solar Cell Phone Charging Ports Available Security Camera SKY EYE built in the Light in the Bus Shelter These options are available individually or together

Applications:

– Rural bus stops – Commuter train station stops – School and college bus stops – Shuttle stops – Water taxi stops – Any transit stop that needs light

Benefits:

– No trenching for power cables – No utility bills – Not affected by power outages – Safe low voltage DC power

Standard features:

– High efficiency LED Down light – Maintenance free sealed AGM batteries – All fixtures are vapor-tight – Current protection on all kits

Options:

– On demand push button light activation – Options for run time per push button activation – Automatic timed on/off light activation – Non-glass vandal resistant Light fixture – Steel, aluminum, or fiberglass box

LED Technology:

– Long life LEDs up to 100,000 hours of operation

– High efficiency lumens per watt LED light fixture technology

– LED fixture wattage available from 10 watts to 28 watts/12VDC

– Typical fixture lumen outputs of 1080 lumens to 2200 lumens

– Light color temperature standard-cool white 5700K or warm white 3500K

– ONLY 98 CRI color rendition BUS SHELTER Solar or AC on the market today

Warranty

– 25 year sliding scale solar power warranty – 5 year controller warranty – 2 year LED fixture warranty – 7 year warranty on the LED Bulb – 3 year limited battery warranty

Engineered for 3 Days Autonomy for 7 Days/Week

Product Information

Components

Kit #

Model # LED Light (1) (Watts – Lumens) Solar Panel (1) Wattage

Battery (1)

(AHr)

1 SBSK1 8W – 1,264 50

55

2 SBSK2 16W – 2,528 100

85

 

Bus Shelter with USB Charging Station

Product Information

Components
Kit # Model # LED Light (1) (Watts – Lumens) Solar Panel (1) Wattage

Battery (1)

(AHr)

3

SBSK3 8W – 1,264 50

55

4 SBSK4 16W – 2,528 100

85

 

Bus Shelter with Security Camera – Hardwired Back Hauling

Product Information

Components
Kit # Model # LED Light (1) (Watts – Lumens) Solar Panels (2) Wattage

Battery(s)

(AHr)

5 SBSK5 8W – 1,264 100

105 (1 Battery)

6

SBSK6 16W – 2,528 100

85 (2 Batteries)

 

Bus Shelter Kit with Security Camera & USB Charging Station

Product Information

Components
Kit # Model # LED Light (1) (Watts – Lumens) Solar Panels (2) Wattage

Battery(s)

(AHr)

7

SBSK7 8W – 1,264 100

105 (1 Battery)

8 SBSK8 16W – 2,528 100

85 (2 Batteries)

 

Bus Shelter Kit with Security Camera – Cellular Backing
Product Information

Components

Kit #

Model # LED Light (1)

(Watts – Lumens)

Solar Panel (1) Wattage Batteries (2)

(AHr)

9 SBSK9 8W – 1,264 300

115

10

SBSK10 16W – 2,528 300

140

 

Bus Shelter Kit with Security Camera – Cellular Backhauling and USB Charging Station
Product Information

Components

Kit #

Model # LED Light (1)

(Watts – Lumens)

Solar Panel (1) Wattage Batteries (2)

(AHr)

11 SBSK11 8W – 1,264 300

115

12

SBSK12 16W – 2,528 300

140

 

Bus Shelter Kit with Security Camera – Wi-Fi Backhauling

Product Information

Components
Kit # Model # LED Light (1)

(Watts – Lumens)

Solar Panel (1) Wattage

Batteries (2)

(AHr)

13 SBSK13 8W – 1,264 300

115

14

SBSK14 16W – 2,528 300

140

 

Bus Shelter Kit with Security Camera – Wi-Fi Backhauling and USB Charging Station

Product Information

Components
Kit # Model # LED Light (1)

(Watts – Lumens)

Solar Panel (1) Wattage

Batteries (2)

(AHr)

15 SBSK15 8W – 1,264 300

115

16

SBSK16 16W – 2,528 300

140

 

Solar Zone
Solar Zones

Our kits are designed for three-day autonomy. In order to do this, we design for the amount of hours of peak sunlight a certain region gets in a day. Use the map on the right to determine which zone you are in, and include that information in the contact form below. If you are not sure which zone you are in, we can help you figure that out.

Installation Tips

– Make sure your intended location for the solar panel sees no shade between 9 AM and 3 PM. – When installing the panel, make sure it is facing solar south. South on Google Maps is solar south. – If you intend on installing the panel over 20ft from your light, please let us know in the contact form below.

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