"However, when a patriotic effect is desired, the flag may be displayed 24 hours a day if properly illuminated during the hours of darkness." (*)
(from the United States Flag Code: Title 36 - Chapter 10 - Section 173)
The perfect light for your flag!
Showcase your patriotic stars and stripes with the new MAXSA Innovations Solar-Powered LED Flag Light. This light will give your flag the respect it deserves. With a super-bright LED providing up to 45 lumens of light, this flag light can stay on for up to 12 hours on a full charge. The durable construction with sealed lenses makes the housing completely weatherproof and an ideal lighting solution for all climates. The package includes 1 set of Stainless Steel Cable Ties will securely lock the light to any flag pole with a diameter of 1-4 inches that's hanging either horizontally, at an angle, or straight up and down. This solar-powered flag light is equipped with a light sensitive trigger to automatically turn the light on at dusk and off at dawn.
(*Extra Stainless Steel Cable Ties can be purchased at checkout)
- Sleek, compact design adds style to your yard!
The MAXSA Solar-Powered Flag Light's modern design makes it a perfect accent piece. Looks great on any flag pole in any yard.
- Leave your flag up overnight!
This light converts the power of the sunlight into electricity. The included 6-inch crystalline solar panel collects energy during the day, and at dusk, the 0.5W super-bright LED light turns on automatically, showing the flag the respect it deserves! Solar panel mounted to the light automatically recharges batteries during the day.
* American Legion: Is it proper to fly the U.S. flag at night?
The Flag Code states it is the universal custom to display the flag only from sunrise to sunset on buildings and on stationary flagstaffs in the open. However, when a patriotic effect is desired, the flag may be displayed 24 hours a day if properly illuminated during the hours of darkness. The American Legion interprets "proper illumination" as a light specifically placed to illuminate the flag (preferred) or having a light source sufficient to illuminate the flag so it is recognizable as such by the casual observer.