Technology

Our intelligent charging system charges continuously when exposed to all lighting conditions:
Sunlight and artificial light, indoors, outdoors and even in shade.

Wherever There is Light, SunCore Will Bring You Power

Charge Management System

The Charge Management System (CMS)

The Charge Management System manages the high transfer rate of light energy from the photovoltaic array to the device lithium battery, controlling two key functions.

First, the CMS monitors the lithium battery chemistry, predetermined voltage levels and charge current transfer, improving the charge rate over traditional systems. Second, working in parallel, the CMS evaluates varying lighting conditions, making certain the greatest power level to maximize current generation is achieved.

Microcontroller, Programmable Precision 

Our programmable microcontroller manages the charge process from the photovoltaic array and precisely matches it to the device’s requirements, including the lithium battery charge profiles and rates. The microcontroller also utilizes proprietary algorithms that allow battery charging in temperatures up to 65 deg. C, well beyond the standard 45 degree limit, preventing premature shut-down of charging during peak sun hours.

SunCore’s intelligent charging system maximizes current output and significantly reduces a device’s charging time. The highest device performance is a certainty assisted by our patented circuitry.

Increased Light Capture

Beyond Color | Well past the range of color our eyes can see, is a vast amount of useable solar energy. SunCore’s light-charging cell design derives energy from both visible and non-visible parts of the spectrum more efficiently, increasing performance and generating power even without direct sunlight.

On-Axis and Off-Axis Light | Distinctive solar cell design increases the energy gathered from reflected light, optimizes the collection of off-axis incident lighting and cuts down the effects of shadowing.

Superior Performance

Long after the sun sets, SunCore solar power systems continue to charge using indoor or ambient light, while competing systems are left hoping for clear, sunny days.

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