- Solar-charged light with 48 LEDs provides optimal brightness in sheds, workshops, garages, and other small structures
- No electrical wiring necessary--just hang the solar panel, connect the light, and let the sun do the work
- Two brightness settings : Use just 24 LEDs for longer light duration or all 48 LEDs for full brightness
- Provides light for 2-4 hours on a single charge
- Built-in night light makes finding on/off switch easy in the dark
No Electrical Wiring: It requires no electrical wiring for installation, making it the perfect outdoor lighting solution.
DIY Solar Solution: The low-voltage shed light installs safely and easily onto any type of material, including metal, wood, and plastic, and theres no electrical wiring required. Just secure the solar panel on the outside of the building where light is needed, Place the LED light inside, connect the two with the included 9.5-foot cord, and then let the sun do the rest.
Solar Powered:Fitted with a powerful, efficient monocrystal solar panel, the shed lights rechargeable Ni-Mhbattery (included) uses the power of the sun to recharge during the day, thus enabling up to two hours, at the brightness of 400 Lumens, of energy-efficient operation on a full charge.
Solar Panel: The solar panel should be installed on the side of the building (the sunniest location works best), and an integrated compass allows for effortlessly adjusting the solar panel to help ensure optimal charging results. For added convenience, a built-in night light makes it easy to find the on/off switch in the dark.
The monocrystalline silicon solar panel measures 9 inches wide, 5.5 inches high, and just under an inch thick; it sits on a telescoping post and can be positioned for maximum sun exposure.
No maintenance is required: Housed in durable plastic, the solar-powered shed light measures 18.5 inches long by 3.5 inches wide by 3 inches high.
Longer duration: if you wish, you can set the unit to use just 24 of the 48 LEDs which allows you to achieve longerlightduration from 1 hour and up to 2 hours of operation.
Do not locate the light fixture in a shaded area: Recharging speed will vary based on weather conditions, but no charging will occur ifdirectsun does not shine on the solar panel. With proper setup for optimal sun exposure, a sunny day without cloud cover should be sufficient to provide a full recharge when the battery is run down.