Solar lamp systems may not operate normally in the event of some system or controller failure due to internal or external factors, in which case secondary problems occur, which may cost the system recovery.
Thus, when these errors occur, a technology is needed to recover to the state it was in before the failure occurred and to enable re-execution. This paper designs and implements a system that can recover the state of the system to the state prior to the time of the error by using the Watchdog Timer within the controller if a software error has occurred inside the system, and it also proposes a technology to reset and re-execution the system through a separate reset circuit in the event of hardware failure. The proposed system provides stable operation, maintenance cost reduction and reliability of the solar lamp system by enabling the system to operate semi-permanently without external support by utilizing the automatic recovery and automatic reset function for errors that occur in the operation of the solar lamp system. In addition, it can be applied to maintain the system's constancy by utilizing the self-operation, diagnosis and recovery functions required in various high reliability applications.