V-shape Solar Motion Sensor Wall Light
V-shape solar motion sensor wall light is Perfect for using on front door, back yard, garage, driveway, deck, patio. Easy to Install. No wire needed. Simply mount the light on the wall. It is IP65 waterproof solar powered outdoor lights, the solar led lights is heat, dust proof, CE & RoHS...
V-Shape sleek and modern look. Match with your home decor. Waterproof and heatproof for outdoor use.
Rear Projection Feature
Solar wall light come with two LEDs on the back.Wall lights shines downward and sideward which creates a stunning look on your wall, porch, patio, etc.
Auto on/off and Motion Activated
Solar wall light powered by sunlight.Environmental friendly and energy saving, auto on at night with 3 working modes.
How do solar light works
Solar panel on the wall light will absorb sunlight at day time and save it in the battery. At night the battery light up the light automatically.
How to install the light
Step1:Turn on the button
Step2:Nail two nails on the wall
Step3:Fix the light on the nails
|Product Depth (cm.)||Product Length (cm.)||9.5|
|Product Height (cm.)||15||Product Width(cm.)||8.5|
|Solar panel||0.8W Mono-crystalline Silicon||Battery||1*3.7V/1200mA Lithium ion battery|
|Lighting source||10*SMD2835 （CCT : Warm white:3000K + Cool white:6000K）1.8W||Function Light||control sensor + PIR sensor|
|Durable time||continuously for 3 nights.||IP Degree||IP65|
|Detectable distance||2-6M||Beam angle||120°|
|Certifications and Listings||CE,ROHS||Manufacturer Warranty||1 year|
Question & Answer
Q: How do they mount?2 Screw mounts on back?
A: Yes there are places on the top.
Q: Are the batteries replaceable?
A: According to the instructions yes.
Q: What is the rated lumen output?
A: 110 lumen.
Q: I purchased these lights.. and they haven’t worked at all. Am i missing something??
A: Before use it,you have to turn on the button first.
Q: Can these be mounted on a cinderblock wall?
A: Yes it can you would have to use wall plug
Q: I bought three sets and one isnt working. Please help.
A: Make sure it it turned to the "on" position. I had the same problem and just kept playing with that switch.