Solar Powered 16-LED 100LM 5500-6000K PIR Infrared Motion Sensor Garden Lamp ↓ details & specifications
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Light Sources
Light Source Type LED
Total LED Count 16
Light Source Color 5500-6000K
Lumens (Max) 100 LM
Material Alloy + Plastic
Power & Batteries
Battery Capacity (Mfg Rated) 800 mAh
Battery Rated Voltage 3.7 V
Power Consumption 0.55 W
Package Type Retail
Dimensions us | metric
Depth 92 mm
Height 130 mm
Width 71 mm
Product Weight 147 g
SKU 1397611
DATE LISTED 7/8/2013
  • Light detection function: Auto light at night
  • Work mode: Light + motion control
  • Lightning mode: Bright > Dim > Dark
  • It turns from Bright Mode to Dim Mode for saving power after lighting for 30 seconds
  • Charging time: About 8 hours
  • Super sensitivity within 1-2 meters distance
  • Water resistant
  • High temperature resistance, easy to install, can be used in corridor, garden, roof and so on
  • User manual included

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  • JoinedJan 2013
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Works well when charged from bright summer days. Well built. Bright when activated by sound.
Once activated by sound it's bright fro only 30 seconds. Does not charge up enough in winter days to work well.
I've had this up (south facing) in out garden by the shed for a few months now. In the summer it lots of sun to charge up and lasts all night. Once night falls the light comes on low. When there is a ... (read full review)
Reviewed on 10/21/2013
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