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The NOVLOAD USB charging module, designed by Novéa Energies, is a very practical service in isolated areas and complementary to lighting

What is NOVLOAD ?

The NOVLOAD module designed by Novéa is a solution for charging USB devices such as mobile phones.


One the battery is fully charged, the excess energy produced by the solar panels powers the USB module. A blue backlight indicates the availability of the service.

Lighting priority

A regulation enables to cut the power supply of the USB module, to ensure that the lighting function is maintained at night, without degradation.


This aluminium casting module is easily attachable to one of our solar poles.


Energy production

NOVLOAD is not available if the battery is not sufficiently charged.

Battery charged to the maximum

Once the battery is charged, NOVLOAD provides energy until a fixed threshold.

Energy consumption

NOVLOAD is not available at night, when the battery powers the luminaire.


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