Powered by the solar energy. Wireless mounting. Automatically turn on at dusk and off at dawn. Be brighter when motion is detected with a PIR motion sensor. A very cool device to add security, safety, convenience for your garden. The best choice for illuminating your pathways, walkways, yard and patio at night.
Solar-powered: charge itself during the daytime, and light up automatically in darkness. No cables, no electricity cost.
PIR motion sensor: bright light activates once sensing the motion within 3-5 meters to provide security illumination and safety protection. And to save the power, it dims to a lower brightness about 15 seconds later.
The high quality mono-crystalline silicon solar panel makes the LED lamp absorb sunlight high-efficiently in the daytime.
Long working time: it can offer about 8 hours lighting time after a single charge of 6-8 hours.
Easy installation: no wiring necessary, solar energy powered, comes with one screw, can be installed in minutes
Rugged weatherproof IP44 design with a stainless steel built body that gives this self-contained light higher durability, and a very high level of UV resistance for outdoor applications.
Great outdoor light for your garden, yard, aisle, porch, patio, or driveway etc.
Solar panel: 5.5V 0.33W mono-crystalline silicon
Battery: 3.2V 500mAh lithium battery (battery is not included)
Power: 0.4W(Super brightness), 0.07W(Lower brightness)
Light color: Warm white (2800-3000K)， white（6000K-6500K) (optional）
Motion sensor: PIR sensor
Charging time: 6-8 hours
Ingress protection: IP44
Material: Stainless steel + plastic
Item color: Black
Panel size: 5.8 * 5.8cm / 2.28 * 2.28in(L*W)
Item weight: 215g / 7.68oz
Item size: 17 * 7.5 * 4.8cm / 6.69 * 2.95 * 1.88in(L*W*H)
Package weight: 272g / 9.62oz
Package size: 17.9 * 8.5 * 6.5cm / 7.04 * 3.34 * 2.55in(L*W*H)
1 * solar powered light
1 * set of screws
1 * user manual （English)
Battery is not included in the package.
Remember to turn the switch to the AUTO position.
Tear off the film on the solar panel before using.
Install the light in an area where it can get enough sunlight.