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-Motion Sensor + Soft Light (80lm/12hr): Charged in the day, the solar lights shoot soft light beams at night which will get brighter when motion detected.
-Motion Sensor Ã¢ÂÂ ON/Off (350lm/6-8hr): The light automatically turns on when detecting oncoming people, and turns off seconds later.
-Always On Sensor (600lm/6-8hr): It turns on at night (for 8+ hr) until the battery voltage is lower than the protection value.
-Flashing (300lm): It keeps flashing to remind people of danger or obstructions.
-Long press the power button for 3 seconds to turn on the light, and it will default to Motion Sensor + Soft Light mode. -Press the power button to change mode.
Ã¢ÂÂ Easy to Install
-Mount the solar light on the wall with the light bracket and screws provided.
-10-16ft mounting height is recommended for optimal lighting and detection.
Solar Panel: monocrystalline silicon (5.5V, 2W)
LED Light: 36 LED bulbs (0.2W, 60mAh, 28lm)
Battery: 1 * 3.7V 4400mAh lithium battery (included)
Charging time: 4 hr in strong sunshine/6-8hr in normal sunshine
Sensor type: Human infrared induction amp; light sensor
IP rating: IP65
Light color: White
Product Size: 6.5 x 4.8 x 3in Material: ABS+PC (body); aluminum alloy (bracket)
Ã¢ÂÂ Package Includes:
1 * Solar LED Lights
1 * User Manual
1 * Installation Kit (bracket and screws included)
Note: Please charge the light once a month when it is not in use for over one month to keep the solar panel efficient.
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