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Product Code: SOLL012
Product Availability: In stock

ALPHA 1 SOLAR LANDSCAPE LIGHT


  • Stylish and functional solar lighting

  • Automatic dusk to dawn lighting

  • Ideal for illuminating courtyards, walkways and medium-sized areas

  • Premium LifeP04 battery

  • Integrated all-in-one design

  • Mounting height of 3 - 4 metres

  • Fully sealed cast aluminium body in a powder coated black finish

  • Premium-grade solar lighting

  • Custom powder coated poles manufactured on request

  • 3 year warranty for faulty workmanship or component failure not influenced by external means

The Alpha range of solar courtyard and landscape lighting has been designed to be aesthetically pleasing and functional with exceptional light output over a wide area. With the body of the light manufactured from cast aluminium with a powder-coated finish they are well protected from the elements. The smart lighting control programming ensures superior dusk to dawn lighting without the need for trenching, cabling or an electrician. Designed for use in parks, gardens, driveways, courtyards, these lights will provide a functional feature in the landscape.

SKU

SOLL012

Solar Panel Wattage

25W

LED Output

12W

Lumen Output

1440 lm

Battery Type

LiFePO4

Battery Specifications

12.8V 10AH (128 Wh)

Autonomy

>3 Nights

Correlated Colour Temp (CCT)

4500K

Fixture Size

510 (dia) x 600 (h) mm

Light Source

Epistar 1018

Recharge

6 hours

Mounting Height

3 - 4 metres

Mounting

90mm column - 76mm spigot

Finish

Powder-coated cast aluminium

Warranty Period

3 years

 

Additional Information
Operational Modes

Up to 14 hours continuous operation. Four hours at 100% output then 30% of full output until dawn. Custom lighting programs are available to suit specific lighting requirements.

What is a Lumen?

In simple terms, Lumens are a measure of the total amount of visible light from a lamp or light source. The higher the lumen rating, the “brighter” the lamp will work.

How does this compare with other light sources?

Familiar examples
• A typical 4 x D cell battery maglite will emit approx. 70 lumens
• The average path light using 2-3 LEDs emits 15-18 lumens
• A 25W incandescent globe emits approximately 160 lumens