Commercial Grade Solar Flood Light
This 140 Dual Lamp Commercial Solar Flood light is the perfect way to light up areas without electricity or wiring. It lets you stay safe and save money in the process. It is made of weatherproof cast aluminum with tempered glass.
The photo cell sensor automatically turns the solar security light on at dusk, and includes a manual On/Off switch. The output of light lasts around 11 hours after 8 hours of sunlight.
- Solar Flood Light
- Solar Billboard Light
- Solar Accent Light
- Solar Horse Arena
- Solar Building Security Light
- Model Number: IS-FL140
- Type: Dusk To Dawn
- Warranty: 1 Year from all MFG Defects
- Run Time: 11-13 Hours
- Total LED Lights: 140
- Total Brightness: 1400 Lumens
- 22 Watt Solar Panel
- Battery: 6.6Ah x2 Rechargeable
- Total Battery Volts: 3.7
- Measurements: Panel 13.75 x 9.5 x 1"
- Measurements: Light 8 x 6 x 2"
- 2X Light
- 1X Solar Panel
- 1X Mount
- 2x Ground stakes
- 2X 15' Lamp cable to solar panel
- 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
So far excellent product. Easy setup and lights up the neighborhood entrance sign very well
For brightness it does not disappoint; good inside a 40'x48' barn for general lighting. For ease of installation, no problems at all. For customer support, excellent. If you want it for dusk to dawn every night, no problems there, but if you want to use it as a regular light, there can be a issue. It has an on/off switch, but the solar panel senses light and doesn't allow the light to turn on unless it's dark. And this can be a problem when the solar panel is outside and the light is inside.
These lights are great and super easy to setup. They are very bright and do a great job lighting the entrance for our neighborhood. I would highly recommend them.
We are happy with this solar light. It's very compact but offers a lot of light for the size. We put the solar panel in about 6 hours of sun and are getting close to 10 hours of run per night.
So far not so good. I let it charge for 3 days and it worked well the first night. The second night it was maybe 1/3 as bright and only lasted a few hours. It was an overcast winter day. The temperature was mid 30s. I was so hopeful the first night I almost ordered another. Glad I didn’t. They may be fine during summer but not so much now. That was pointed out in the accompanying instruction book but not so clear on the internet post