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  PRODUCTS - Solar Led Park Lights
  How does the LED solar light works?
The way it works is very intelligent: During the day time the Solar panels collect the daylight to generate electricity, which is stored in maintenance free batteries.

During sunset, when daylight slightly decreases, the internal SMART controller automatically switches the LED lamp on, but now powered form the electrical energy stored inside the batteries. At sunrise, as soon as the solar panels detect daylight, the SMART Controller automatically switches the LED lamp off and starts charging the batteries. 

Our solar street lights are well-designed to illuminate large areas with the highest intensity of light. We offer a wide variety of configurations and styles to meet your specific needs. The system will be configured according to the environmental conditions of the installation site as well as your specific requirements. Please contact us about customized lighting solutions.
Solar Led Garden Lights
Solar Led Park Lights
Solar Led Park Lights
Solar Park Street light is ideal for
► Parks
► Gardens
► Recreation areas
► Squares and community area
► Bicycle and jogging paths
► School campus parking areas
► Service stations
► Wildlife areas
► Private roads
► Driveways
► Parking lots
► Gates
Key Benefits
► Latest Solar and LED Technology 
► Depending on location LED power is available 
► LED life expectancy 50.00hrs (+10 years)
► Long-life PV modules with more than 25 years
► Easy to install with quick connect plug
►  Battery backup for cloudy days 
► Generates its own clean electricity 
►  Increases the Quality of Life & Safety
► Safe : Low  volt circuit, no risk of electric shock
► Stand alone system.
► 100% energy saving
► Environmentally friendly
► Qualify for savings from various state and federal taxes and incentives
► No cost of transformers or meters to be added for electric service
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