Energy consumption increases very rapidly as the world developing. The ever increasing energy consumption world-wide makes it urgent to find new ways to use the energy resources in a more efficient and rational way. Solar energy is currently a subject of great interest, and refrigeration is a particularly attractive .Thus, systems that have the ability to harness solar energy, as the absorption devices, present themselves as interesting alternatives in an intelligent energy management. The objective is to establish a fundamental basis for further research and development within the field of solar cooling. This paper presents simple absorption refrigeration system using Li-Br / H2O as a working pair. The Li-Br aqueous solution based absorption cycle consists of four stages: generation, condensation, evaporation and absorption with ideally no moving part. The heat input to the absorption system generator is provided by parabolic dish collectors that are coupled to a generator tank. Results and performance of this system and the effects of the refrigeration load inlet temperature on the coefficient of performance, COP of the system are presented.