|Item Weight||4.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 6.5 x 12.2 inches|
|Item model number||FL3|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Assembled Height||12.2 inches|
|Assembled Length||8 inches|
|Assembled Width||6.5 inches|
|Number of Lights||1|
|Fixture Features||NATURAL WHITE (Not Bluish), 108 super bright LED, 400 LUMEN., Aluminum 5W solar panel., 3.7 4000 mAh lithium battery., IP65 waterproof.|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Incandescent equivalent||20 watts|
|Color Temperature||5000 Kelvin|
|Color Rendering Index (CRI)||75.00|
MicroSolar - NATURAL WHITE (Not Bluish) 400 LUMEN - 5W ANGLE ADJUSTABLE Solar Panel - Lithium Battery Solar Flood Light // Wall or Ground Mounted // 2 AXES Adjustable Light Fixture
- NATURAL WHITE (Not Bluish) 108 pcs super high brightness LED, output:400 LUMEN. Beam angle: 60 degree.
- Automatically activated at night. Working time: continious 8~12 hours / day at good sunshine.
- Long life 3.7V 4000mAh Lithium battery inside, lasting over 2 years.
- ALUMINUM IP65 5W solar panel with 16.4 ft cable. Optional 16.4 ft extension cable.
- 2 AXES ADJUSTABLE LIGHT FIXTURE. Ground / Wall mounted. Easy install accessories, including stakes for light and solar panel.
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108 LED MicroSolar FL3 Solar Flood Light.
NATURAL WHITE (Not Bluish) 108 pcs super high brightness LED, output:400 LUMEN. Beam angle: 60 degree.
Automatically activated at night. Working time: continuous 8~12 hours / day at good sunshine.
Long life 3.7V 4000mAh Lithium battery inside, lasting over 2 years.
ALUMINUM IP65 5W solar panel with 16.4 ft cable. Optional 16.4 ft extension cable.
2 AXES ADJUSTABLE LIGHT FIXTURE.
Ground / Wall mounted. Easy install accessories, including stakes for light and solar panel.
Seller Warranty DescriptionOne year's warranty.
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Informal testing shows this is more powerful than many solar LED lights. Output is at least 200 lumens and is the first one I found that's quite useful and does what it claims. I can shine it 30 feet up into the tree's around the house and it gives them all a nice glow or it can light up the side of the house quite well.
It's clearly a lot brighter than lower priced solar lights and it costs more too since it has a 7.2V, 2000mAH battery and the largest solar panel of any lights I've found under $70.
Note the the 7.4V battery is not two 3.7V 18650 cells in series as you might expect. It's a single, dedicated square pack 7.2V 2000mAH battery sealed in the back of the solar panel with a rubber type seal. I'd prefer they had used 18650 batteries instead which are easier to find later when it needs to be replaced but at least it can be unplugged and replaced. So it should be ok.
Here is a photo comparing 8 different LED lights at night.
This was taken after a full day of sunshine, 1 hour after dark using a Canon S110 camera on a tripod.
I know this test is not super accurate but each light had the same conditions so it's a pretty good comparison.
I couldn't find any reviews that showed more than 1 light at a time so I spent an hour to make this composite photo.
Exposure: 1 second
ISO: 100 and white balance on auto.
You can see how some different lights compared.
I have a very dark backyard and I recently installed motion detector lights but I decided I wanted lights on all night long. The motion detector lights when set on the "on" position only last around 1/2 hour. The amazing thing about this light is that it pretty much stays on all night! I put the solar panel on my roof which gets sun a few hours a day, and I bought the extention wire from Amazon to give me about a combined 30 feet of cable. I then hung the light on a tree and ran the cable down from the solar panel to the light. The picture I took is from my 2nd floor and the light has been on for about 8 hours.
I love being able to put the solar panel as far as necessary for it to get good sunlight, and I'm blown away that such a bright light is able to last for so long. I purchased a 2nd one to put on the other side of the yard. Eventually I plan on installing electrical connected lights, but for now, this is a winner. The light output is bright and impressive.
I took the box out into the field to install it, but it is impossible to attach the brackets to the solar panel in the field. I had to return my house, and get out several other tools to help me get the small little nut and washer on the back of screws with only millimeters to work with. I had to get my precision pliers out, to get the job done.
I can't believe they would take the time to make a good light and solar panel, and then bungle the mounting brackets. Sad.