ViaMAX Pole Mounted Solar Flood Light
High Lumens LED Solar Flood Light with Remote Control
Rated IP67, the Lumelux pole mounted Solar Flood Light is extremely durable and the perfect Solar Street Light. Supplied with long range remote control (up to 20m), settings can easily be change to suit your requirements. Set timers at 3 hours, 5 hours or 8 hours, as well as dusk to dawn. In addition, adjust the light output from full brightness to 50% brightness, or dim to any light output. This 120w solar flood light has an impressive output of approx. 2400 lumens. It incorporates high power LEDs in daylight white. These have a long lifespan of 50,000 hours as well as high lumens outputs.
Supplied complete with 76mm uniclamps, the Lumelux attaches to any 76mm pole. Being fully adjustable, the floodlight can be mounted in various positions, whether illuminating a pathway or sign. The 4m long connection cable also means that the solar panel can be mounted higher up the pole than the flood light itself. As a result, it is closer to the sun with less obstructions and further out of reach of vandals.
Technology and Function
The highly efficient, polycrystalline solar panel is much bigger than the fitting. The larger the panel, the more effective it will be at absorbing sunlight to generate energy. The long life, Lithium Ion batteries (LifePO4), have a lifespan of up to 8 years and retain charge well due to their high capacity. The percentage of charge remaining is displayed on the digital display, as well as timer mode indication.
After 5-6 hours of full sunshine, the Lumelux pole mounted Solar Flood Light will reach full charge, and consequently, lasts for up to 2 full nights. Even in the dullest of weather, our solar lights will still illuminate, although they may not last the entire night cycle, which in many cases is not a necessity. The Lumelux has multiple functions, selected via the remote control – including set timed hours, dusk to dawn, on/off override and adjustable brightness. The flood light function will reset after each cycle returning to the default dusk to dawn setting (see specs for more info).