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Absorbing Energy From The Sun. The average solar post light has a solar panel built into the top. which spends all day long absorbing the rays of the sun. While it does this. the power gets stored into a AA-type cell. and when the sun goes down. the light sensor within activates the battery. which powers long-lasting LED bulb. LED`s use a little more power than traditional fluorescent or incandescent bulbs. but they last for years longer than either of them.
Strong and Durable Frame. Solar Post Lamp has a strong and durable Aluminum die casting frame that can withstand corrosion under wet condition. Hence it will require very little or no maintenance throughout its operation on the streets.
Down Lights for Ambiance: Soft lights strategically placed along your deck`s perimeter and on posts will create a warm and inviting space. Solar deck lights are available in a wide variety of styles including low profile lights that will provide down lighting that will highlight your post or railing. This type of design will also create an atmosphere for intimate conversation and displays sophistication.
Solar Post Lights Is Going Beyond Traditional Landscaping. With people having somewhat tighter budgets. hiring a landscaping company might not be a feasible option for you. so you might want to upgrade your landscaping with plenty of do-it-yourself type products and designs. Before you get started. think about ideas that you want to see in your landscape design and vision how much lighting you will desire. whether for decorative style or security purposes. You will want to create the eye-catching effect to your curb appeal and lighting adds a great portion to this appeal.
Adding solar power to your deck is a quick and easy way to increase appeal and functionality to your outdoor living space. Using efficient solar-powered technology. solar deck lights receive their energy from built-in batteries that charges during the day using the energy from the sun. with a built in light sensor the lights will automatically turn on at dusk and off at dawn. Charging and run times varies depending on the season and location. so greater exposure to sunlight produces longer run times at night.
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