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This sleepy Robin is a beautiful decorative solar lights which acts as an ornament during the day and a solar feature at night, brightning up any garden or patio. They can be used outdoor in direct sunlight or indoor in a location that receives Automatically illuminate in darkness Up to 6 hours of

This delightful little duck has a solar light on its tummy to brighten up any garden or path. It is made from a durable resin and fully charged AAA battery included. These delightful solar lights are a wonderful addition to any garden and are ideal for highlighting garden features and paths. The

Key Features. . 150 Solar LED String Lights. Decorative lights can be wound onto bushes or wrapped around tree branches for a magical effect. Easy to use - no mains wiring. Energy from the sun recharges the batteries every day. Automatically turns Brighten up bushes, trees and garden

This classic sleek Gardman Solar Post & Table Light can be placed anywhere in your garden with no wiring required. It automatically illuminates during darkness providing up to 6 hours of light depending upon the solar charge and looks particularly Use as a post light or remove stem to use as a


How to choose solar solutions for outdoor lighting. Based on solar energy, outdoor lighting with solar solutions is an ecological way to give your terrace, attic or garden a new decorative and functional touch. A system that takes advantage of sunlight to charge and stay lit at night Choose from the multitude of shapes and colors of these lamps.

How does solar lighting work? This type of solutions are those lamps that obtain light from solar energy, that is, from the use of electromagnetic radiation from the Sun. A system that collects light rays and converts them into electricity thanks to their photovoltaic cell panels. It is a renewable energy based on solar panels, whose commitment to solar energy implies an environmental investment and prevents global warming.

Thanks to its LED technology, these lamps charge their battery (incorporated) during the day and when it detects that there is no light, it turns on automatically. They work without installation or cables, completely independently and can get up to 8 hours of light when your battery is fully charged.

What solar solutions for outdoor lighting exist? Solar solutions have the advantage of being able to be installed in any space, since they do not require the electrical network for its operation. They also have the advantage of lighting themselves during the night and turn off during the day to recharge their battery.

What is IP protection? Another consideration to take into account when choosing outdoor spotlights for attic, terrace or garden, is the degree of IP protection that this can provide. The IP protection is the international standard used to publicize the technical data of electrical and / or electronic equipment (lighting, meters, etc ...) that classifies in degrees of protection level of these equipment against the entry of moisture or foreign materials.

In this way, for example, when a piece of equipment has the IP67 acronym as protection, it means. The letters IP identify the protection standard IEC 60529. An effective system to classify the different degrees of protection provided by the different electrical and electronic equipment. The first number, 6, describes the level of dust protection. While the second number, 7, describes the level of protection against liquids or humidity (normally water).

As a general rule, it can be established that the greater the degree of IP protection, the more protected the equipment is. Most outdoor spotlights vary between an IP of 40 to 67 degrees. An effective protection for your stay in the open air and in front of the inclemencies of the weather.

How to install outdoor solar lighting. Solar lighting has one of the best advantages compared to other outdoor lighting systems, and it does not need any type of installation. Since it does not require cables and its operation is completely autonomous, it is sufficient for you to choose the points of your outdoor spaces that you need to illuminate and that you place in them your lamps, spotlights or beacons. Yes, try to get sunlight during the day so they can charge their battery.