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  1. This design works in the following way(s): The lamp can be turned on through the remote control, whereby the signal received by the remote control is received at the bottom of the light. There is a power button which can be used to manually switch the light on/off. There is a motion/light sensor (could be either) to detect motion or detect night time so it can automatically turn on. The switch can override the sensors so charge can be saved for prolonged use of the device.
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  3. Thin design for the solar lamp for increased portability. Where the portability increases, the light output and battery capacity and solar conversion could vary (would decrease) because of the thin size, therefore there would be size constraints within the body of the product.
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  5. Label power button: Power button so the Solar powered LEDs can be manually switched on/off so battery can be saved for future use if or/and when there is no solar light present (e.g cloudy day). This would increase the battery life of the product as the LEDs wouldn’t be switched on when in use, hence, saving power. Simple power button design so it can appeal to a wider range of people from the target market.
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  7. Label dot left of power button: Infra-red receiver to receive infra-red signal from remote control. This would increase ease-of-access to the lamp so if for example the lamp were mounted, it could be powered remotely rather than dismounting it and manually powering it off. The IR receiver would also fit the client wants from the client profile. It is positioned on the bottom where it would most likely be able to receive the signal (increasing functionality)
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  9. Label right dot of power button: Light/motion sensor. Either could be used, however a motion sensor could be more useful and efficient as it would only be used automatically when there is a need for it and someone is going past the light.
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  11. Label back of the solar panel: the solar panel is placed at the back due to size and design constraints, however, I think it would be aesthetically appealing to the vast majority of the target market because of the simplicity and sleekness of the design.
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  13. The product is safe because it would have to be water resistant to some extent (where all parts are joined properly) and also the product has no sharp edges. This design also doesn’t include small parts so it would also be suitable for children, this would coincide with the client’s needs as the client lives with his family.
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  15. The handle of the bar is anthropometrically sized
  16. so that the average handspan of the age of the client will coincide with the width of the handlebar/mount.
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  18. This design could be improved by making grooves in the handlebar to make it more ergonomic, and also by making it slightly wider so there are less constraints that come about with size such as the battery.
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