In order to best estimate which kit you need, simply add up the wattage of all the lights or appliances that will be running off the kit, and round UP to our nearest kit wattage. For example, say you want to light 4 lamps, each at 7 Watts, and for 8 hours a day. This gives a total of 28 Watts. The best kit, then, would be Kit 5, as it is capable of 30 Watts for 8 hours.
8 Hour Run-Time Kits
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14 Hour Run-Time Kits
SP: Side of pole
TP: Top of pole
Enhances Lighting and Security – Bright white LED lights make it easier for people to see pathways, homes and businesses. Coupled with motion detection technology, solar power lighting is a powerful first-level deterrent.
Reliable Power Source and Weather Resistant – No grid connection makes our units immune to power outages, and a 4-day battery reserve means that they continue working through inclement weather. Our units are built with weather and vandal -resistant hardware and casing, ensuring longevity.
Plug-and-Play – Easy to install with minimum supplies needed. Our units pay for themselves and last many years.
Economic – Installs in most locations without costly wiring and grid connections and minimize manpower costs. There’s no monthly utility bill either: the sun provides the energy.
Environmentally Responsible – Sun-In-One™ power units emit no CO2 or other hazardous gases, and contain no mercury. Our solar units use renewable energy, therefore reducing your carbon footprint.
– Pathways and Driveways
– Landscape Lighting and Yard Structures
– Pools, Decks, and Outdoor Living Areas
– Trees, Bushes, and other garden elements
– Road Medians – Perimeters and Fences
– Docks and Marinas
– Industrial and Construction Sites
– Exterior Building Lighting
5-year wiring on electronics, wiring, and fixtures
10-year on mounting hardware and solar panel
25-year limited warranty on solar panel output
Our kits are designed for three-day autonomy. In order to do this, we design for the amount of hours of peak sunlight a certain region gets in a day. Use the map on the right to determine which zone you are in, and include that information in the contact form below. If you are not sure which zone you are in, we can help you figure that out.
– Make sure your intended location for the solar panel sees no shade between 9 AM and 3 PM.
– When installing the panel, make sure it is facing solar south. South on Google Maps is solar south.
– If you intend on installing the panel over 20ft from your light, please let us know in the contact form below.