Solar Brilliance in the Darkest Night!
Why is this light useful?
- 150 LEDs make this light extra bright!
- Bright enough for any outdoor application.
- Great for extra-large spaces.
- Easy to install and free to operate.
- Weatherproof and reliable, this light is built to last.
150 super-bright LEDs makes the MAXSA Innovations Solar Powered 150 LED Security Floodlight one of our brightest solar motion lights! Great for lighting up your deck, yard, porch, pool areas around a house, shed, or business. Our Motion-Activated Solar Security Floodlight automatically turns on when motion is detected after dusk, and 150 LEDs produce 787.5 lumens of super-bright light.
No Electricity needed! This light uses free energy from the sun! The solar panel converts direct sunlight into electricity throughout the day to charge the battery inside the light. Durable weatherproof housing protects the solar panel in all weather conditions.
Fully Adjustable Settings -This light is fully programmable to suit your needs. Set the duration of the illumination from ten seconds to one minute. The motion-sensitivity and light sensitivity can also be adjusted by simply turning the knobs.
Includes 3.7V/4.4Ah rechargeable lithium-ion battery, solar charging panel, and 15-foot cable. Activates up to 80 times when on for 60 seconds at a time. The solar panel can be positioned to receive the most sunlight whether mounted on rooftops or the sides of buildings. The solar panel has an adjustable base so it can be used on both flat and angled locations.
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My last one went 11 years before the UV distorted the lens housing. That was an 80 LED !!! This one is way better and bolted right up to my old mounts. Great product.
Bought this unit for a problem area in yard. Installed easily and is working great. It is actually brighter than the other solar light currently in use. Highly recommend.
Great light, easy to install and super bright. My only concern is how well the plastic housing will hold up to the harsh weather in my area. Time will tell, I guess.