Overview and Specifications:
1) Light head fixture 1pc
2) Solar panel unit with 5m cord(approx) 1pc
3) Mounting Bracket 1pc
4) Flat head screw 5pcs
5) Wall plugs 5pcs
2 Main Technical Specifications
1)Solar panel : multi-crystal silicon photo cell, P=0.25w, V=6V
2)Reah. Batt. Unit: 600mah
3)Lamp: LED 6pcs(SMD)
5)Delay time: 25sec
6)Working ambient illuminance:＜ 10Lux
3. Main Characteristics
In the daytime the panel absorbs sunlight which charges the battery
At night the light turns on when the movement sensor is triggered, and the battery powers the light
a)Install solar panel
Select location for solar panel A sunny location is best. The brighter the light falling on the face of the panel and the longer it is exposed to light the greater the charge your batteries will receive. We advise putting it on a wall or roof.
The electric wire is about 5m long so bare this in mind when locating the solar panel and light
Attach solar panel using the flat screws and nylon tube.
Adjust angle of solar panel to make sure it can absorb as much sunlight as possible.
Decide where to put your light. For example garden, garage, wall shed, back door, stairways, etc
Using the flat head screws and nylon tube attach the mounting bracket plate to the place you need lighting
Insert the light into the mounting bracket.
Adjust the angle of the light head to make the light flood cover an area you want to illuminate
Do not put the light in an area that is well lit at night, for example near a streetlight. Doing this way may stop the sensor from knowing when it is night time
a) Insert the plug into the solar light. It is at the end of the wire attached to the solar panel
b)Switch the power button at the front of the light to the on position.
6. Troubleshooting Information
If your solar light is not working properly check to see if it could be one of the causes below
a)The light brightness is low or work flashing. Batteries are not fully charged or need replacement
The solar panel needs bright light to recharge the battery, Overcast weather may cause the battery to lose power. If this happens the solar panel will recharge on the next bright day
Check your solar panel is in an area where it gets the maximum amount of direct light every day. After moving it allow 3 successive bright days for full charge, with the switch at”OFF” position
Check for things obstructing the solar panel like over hanging branches,fences or buildings.If there are obstructions move the solar panel to a sunnier place.
Check the solar panel is clean. A dirty solar panel will not let the battery charge fully.This will shorten the life of the battery causing the light to malfunction. Clean the solar panel regularly with the damp cloth.
b)Light not turning on
Check for an external light source like a street light or porch light, this may be stopping the light sensor from knowing when it is dark. Move the light away from the external light source
Check solar panel is plugged into lamp.
Check light bulb is OK.
Rechargeable batteries may need charging as overcast weather could have prevented them from charging properly. Check to see if light works after the next sunny day.
7. Changing Batteries
7) Unscrew cover from back of light.
2)Remove two clips and take out old batteries
3)Replace the Ni-MH rechargeable batteries of same size
4) Re-mount cover.
Please recycle the batteries
NOTE: These lights utilise LED(light emitting diode) technology. Don’t change it by yourself.
Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste.
Please recycle where facilities exit.
Check with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice