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Product Code: SOLB016
Product Availability: In stock

20w lynx solar pillar bollard



  • Double or single sided illumination

  • Exceptional light output - 120° beam angle

  • Independently selectable constant or PIR lighting modes

  • Large Bi-Facial solar panel for maximum photovoltaic conversion

  • Unique slimline pillar design

  • Powdercoated cast aluminum body

  • IP65 water/dust ingress protection

  • Surface or inground installation kit supplied

  • Premium LiFeP04 battery

  • More than 4 nights light output

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


The Lynx Solar Pillar Bollard delivers a unique slimline design to brightly illuminate a wide area on one or both sides of the bollard. Each side of the bollard offers independently selectable dual modes of operation allowing the choice of PIR sensor activation to increase the lights output when movement is detected or provide constant light output. The large 20 watt bi-facial solar panel ensures depleted battery charge is replaced quickly and efficiently. The concealed internal baseplate allows the Lynx Solar pillar bollard to be securely installed to an existing hard, level surface or use the inground sleeves to permanently cast inground for softer substrates.

SKU

SOLB016

Solar Panel Wattage

20W

LED Output

(Maximum) 20w

Lumen Output

2000LM

Battery Type

LiFeP04

Battery Specifications

6AH 6.4V (38.4Wh)

Autonomy

> 4 Nights, setting dependent

Correlated Colour Temp (CCT)

4000K

Fixture Size

800 x 220 x 90mm

Light Source

40x Samsung 3030

Recharge

6 hours

Mounting Height

800mm

Mounting

Surface or in-ground mounted

Finish

Powder-coated cast aluminium

Warranty Period

2 years

 

Additional Information
Operational Modes

Auto ON at dusk/Off at dawn. Independently selectable constant output or PIR (movement detected) lighting modes of operation

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