Benefits of Solar Mobile Chargers

Solar power is used in many fields as it is one of the most effective and efficient renewable power source. Today solar power is used to charge mobile phones. The solar mobile charger is among the latest technological developments that prove to be quite incomparable with its beneficial features.

Solar mobile charger uses the power of the sun to charge the mobile phones. The photons in the photosensitive cells are converted into electrical current when it is exposed to the sunlight. It can be plugged in like a normal mobile phone charger. Today there are advanced models of solar mobile phone chargers which can be used for all types of mobile phones.


Effective: Compared to the other mobile chargers, the solar chargers are cost effective as it absorbs power from the sun. It does not require electric power.

Versatile: It is also known to be versatile as it can be used for all types of mobile phones.

Uninterrupted Power Supply: One of the greatest advantages of solar mobile phone charger is that it can be used to charge mobiles even during power outages.

Save Electric power: Mobile phones consume a large part of electricity, with the use of solar powered mobiles and chargers; it is quite easy to save electric power to a large extent.


Emergency Purposes: Another benefit is that it hardly requires any electrical outlet. It can therefore be used during emergencies and outdoor purposes.

Compact Designs: Solar mobile phone chargers are compact in size and easy to carry around.

Disadvantages of Solar Mobile Chargers:

One of the most important drawbacks is its price. Compared to the ordinary mobile phone chargers, it is quite expensive as it utilizes solar energy captivators. Another significant drawback is the time frame required by the chargers to charge mobile phones. It can take six to eight hours to charge mobile phones Compared to the ordinary chargers.

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