Talented Man Invents Solar System That Lets Homeowners Turn Off Lights Using Phones: "Unatuma SMS"

Talented Man Invents Solar System That Lets Homeowners Turn Off Lights Using Phones: "Unatuma SMS"

  • A young inventor, Melzedek Masaru, created a Phone Light Controller system that lets users control home lights remotely
  • Masaru's passion for invention began at a young age and he once designed a solar system to combat blackouts in his neighborhood
  • Masaru dreams of taking his invention to the international stage and called on the government to lend its support so that he can fly the Tanzanian flag higher

Tanzania - People who constantly forget to turn off the lights while leaving their homes need not worry after a young man invented a system that lets one operate their lights using their phones.

The solar system that lights up bulbs. Photo: Ayo TV.
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Masaru starts inventing while young

Melzedek Masaru, who studies at Veta, comes from Morogoro, and since he was young, he always loved inventing things.

In an interview on Ayo TV, he shared how he invented a solar system at home that always gave them light whenever there was a blackout in his neighbourhood.

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Masaru showcases Phone Light Controller

The Phone Light Controller uses a message where the homeowner sends a message to the system, and it operates the lights.

"I use my small phones as receivers they operate the bulbs after getting the notification. The idea came to me at school. I used solar, bulb, DC motor, battery and two phones to complete the circuit," said Msaru.
"I am happy to make such things because I used to make small inventions; I once made a car whose lights turned off when it stopped and lit up when it started. I also made microphones," he added.

Asks Tanzanian government for help

There is a setting that makes it possible for only the owner of the house to use the system successfully.

"I want my invention to get to the international stage; I have always dreamt of making such things. I am pleading with the government to support innovators so that they can make such big things and fly Tanzania's flag," he opined.
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Inventor builds 5 in 1 neonatal bed

In 2022, a bright young man by the name of Emmanuel Amehegha worked to provide a comfortable bed for all newborns in the country.

The video sighted by YEN.com.gh had the young man explaining the operation of the new automated 5 in 1 neonatal bed he invented.

Emmanuel revealed that he loved children, and his aim was to help reduce the number of babies who are kept on hospital floors due to a lack of beds.

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