Similar to Triton, ConSoLight is a solar powered floating sea lantern to function as a marking light or fishing equipment. This concept sea lantern is carefully designed to withstand tough marine environment, it is able to collect sunlight through solar cells inside the body all day long then transforms it into light on water surface at night for long hours. Thanks to its large power supply, it is suitable for low sunlight regions and high duty cycles.
Designed by Dr. Hakan Gürsu of DesignNobis, ConSoLight features 1m height when the system is closed (non-marine), while floating, the open system would extend this lantern up to 2m. User can place this lantern on the ground (closed mode) under the sunlight where it can absorb the sun’s energy, then opened and take it to the water when it is ready to use. The surface of solar cells would remain under water, it can be used for fishing. ConSoLight has excellent buoyancy, the stability allows this lantern to stay afloat even in harsh waves. This project is a sustainable approach to marines and ports, it is cost effective and durable design.
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