Solar Spotlights

SOLAR SPOTLIGHTS

Perfect for brightening outdoor areas, these lights add illumination to where you need it without adding to the electricity bill.

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FAQ

HOW DO SOLAR SPOTLIGHTS AND SOLAR FLOODLIGHTS DIFFER FROM EACH OTHER?

 

Solar spotlights are designed to direct a focused beam of light onto a particular spot or object, often from a distance. Their primary purpose is to accentuate specific features by illuminating them with precision. In contrast, solar floodlights emit a wide and diffused beam of light, spreading illumination over a broader area. These lights are commonly employed to illuminate expansive spaces or large outdoor areas.

 

WHAT IS THE TYPICAL CHARGING TIME FOR SOLAR SPOTLIGHTS?

 

The charging time of a solar spotlight can vary between 4 to 12 hours, depending on the specific make and model. The sunlight intensity plays a crucial role in the battery charging process. Additionally, the battery capacity and the quality of the solar panel contribute as secondary factors influencing the charging performance of solar lights. To ensure longevity, some newer designs are equipped with features that automatically halt the charging process once the battery reaches its full capacity. As an example, our Star8 10W LED twin head solar spotlight requires 5 hours of direct sunlight for a complete charge and can provide a constant brightness of 200 lumens for up to 6 hours. As an added advantage, it also features a motion sensor, enabling convenient activation of the spotlight when needed.

 

DO SOLAR SPOTLIGHTS ATTRACT BUGS OR INSECTS?

 

Conventional light sources, including halogen, incandescent, and fluorescent bulbs, emit light across a broad spectrum, encompassing infrared and ultraviolet wavelengths that insects can sense and find attractive. In contrast, modern light sources like LEDs and solar outdoor lights emit a narrower range of light, primarily within the visible light spectrum. Additionally, these sources generate less heat, thereby reducing their appeal to insects when compared to traditional lighting methods.

 

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