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Easy to install. No wiring required
Two light modes. Flash light and steady-on light.
With light sensor. Automatically turns on at dusk, and turns off at dawn
Waterproof. IP55 rated, with PVC tube. Suitable for outdoor applications.
Rope light: 5M ropelight (2m lead/input cable included). Diameter of the PVC tube: 10mm
LEDs: 50 warm white LEDs, 100mm between each LED.
No electricity cost. Recharged by solar panel under sunlight, and no battery replacement.
Solar panel: 2V 150MA, 17% efficiency. with rechargeable 1.2V 600mAh lithium battery (500 circles).
Size of the panel: 83 x 63 x 22 mm
Low Voltage. Working voltage is 1.2 volt. It's safe to use in places where you may touch.
Illumination time: 12 hrs (if fully charged) for steady-on mode, and >20 hrs for flash mode.
Charging time: No less than 8 hours in sunlight.
Eco-Friendly. No lead or mercury. No UV or IR Radiation
Switch Control (under the solar panel)
MODE - make the light flashing/blinking
ON - make the light constantly on
OFF - turn off the light
1 x Warm White Solar LED Rope Light
1 x Spike (200 x 25mm) with spike connector (26 x 34mm)
How to Install Guide
5M Solar Rope Lighting, 50 Warm White LEDs, 1.2V, Waterproof Garden String Light
Average Customer Review
- (4 customer reviews)
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By Armandina Chance
from Exeter , England, UK
on January 14, 2015
Fast delivery. Works great as the description said. I love it very bright on my deck.
- 5 / 5
By Margaret Powell
from Truro, England, UK
on October 30, 2014
By Ryan Carr
from Lichfield, England, UK
on October 23, 2014
By Louise Fowler
from Exeter, England, UK
on October 22, 2014
The tube is sealed so they work great under water and look awesome. Have had many compliments.
- 5 / 5
Do you have questions about this product?
Just wondering if they'd get enough light to charge them during the British winter? Mine would be on a balcony, it gets direct sun for a few hours in the morning if at all. Thanks.Asked on 14/11/2014 By JimDear Jim,
Welcome to LE website.
As for your question, to charge the solar power, it requires no less than 8 hours in sunlight. if on a balcony, make sure that it can get sunlight (don't need to be direct) for 8 hours.
If you have other question or concern, please feel free to contact us.
Thanks and regards,
LE Product Question TeamAnswered on 19/11/2014 By viola.ping