WARM AND COZY LIGHTING ALL YEAR ROUND
“ITALIAN CAFE” LIGHTS USE VINTAGE EDISON BULBS TO CREATE GREAT AMBIENCE ON YOUR PATIO: Install Brightech’s solar powered pergola lights as a canopy over your porch or gazebo for a retro bistro look and a pleasant party ambience. The Ambience Pros are bright enough to grill and eat, without being overpowering. Enjoy until late: They last 5-6 hours on a full charge, i.e. 6 hours of direct sunlight. Indirect sunlight works too, per reviews, but provides less charge/hour.
LED SOLAR MARKET LIGHTING FOR YOUR EXTERIOR SPACE; CLIP OR STAKE PANEL INSTALL: These LED deck string lights use solar power so you don’t need an outdoor outlet and you save money on electricity! Install by attaching with a clip (e.g. to pergola roof) or a stake in the ground. They put out 3,000K warm white light and the life is up to 20,000 hours. A full charges takes 6 hours of sunlight, and suffices for 5-6 hours; bulbs stay cool, always.
ENERGY-EFFICIENT LIGHTING FOR YEARS TO COME
INSTALL FLEXIBILITY MAKES THIS THE BEST CARNIVAL LIGHT STRAND FOR WEDDINGS, BIRTHDAYS & PARTIES: Place the solar panel almost anywhere with the included stake and clip. Solar string lights don’t need an outlet, so even spaces far from a building can be well lit. The ring over each bulb takes hooks or guide wire – connect all for a straight-line look or just some of the rings for a scalloped look.
LED, SOLAR OUTDOOR STRING LIGHTS Q&A & SPECS: Does this market lighting have an on/off switch? Yes, on the back of the panel. Are the bulbs replaceable? Yes. Do you need direct sunlight? No, indirect sunlight works too, but less well. Length: 27 feet. 12 bulbs, 20″ between bulbs. The lighted portion is 20 feet; 6′ between the solar panel and the first bulb. The LED bulbs last 20,000 hours. Light color: 3000K soft white.
These strands include 12 S14 shaped LED bulbs. They have a color temperature of 3000k, and shine brightly, but not too harshly, at 1 watt per bulb.
The LED’s are wrapped in a layer of silicon for protection and also encased in durable plastic bulb covers to provide as much protection to the lights as possible.
Set up is very easy, just hang the lights as desired, in canopied formations or straight across the space. Attach and set the panel somewhere it will get lots of sun, using either the clamp or stake to position it (both are included).
The panel needs about 6 hours of sun for a full charge, and the switch needs to be in the on position while charging, but once fully charged, it will power your strand to shine for at least 6 hours after sundown.
The photocell in the panel will turn the strand on automatically so that there’s no additional work necessary after your initial setup.
Each strand is 27 feet long with 12 S14 bulbs spaced 20 inches apart (the lighted portion is 20 feet).
There is 6 feet of space between the solar panel and the first light, and an additional 3 feet at the other end to secure the strand.
We recommend using a guide wire as the sturdiest way to hang the strands, but you can also use zip ties or hooks to hold the main wire in place.