Be ready for an extended power failure with Lights out, a long lasting rechargeable safety Blackout Light using LED bulbs. Simply plug it in to a 110-volt outlet, chose your settings and you are now ready for when the lights go out. When the 6 volt battery is fully charged, Lights out provides up to 20 hours of light using both lamps and up to 40 hours when set to a single lamp. Lights will come on automatically when power is lost or the unit is unplugged. The battery can be recharged over and over and the LED bulbs will last for years. The detachable AC adapter and the built in handle on the unit makes Lights out. It is useful in so many ways and places. Suggested installations include the home, small business, office, garage, and country home. The unit can also be used as a portable flashlight, a work light, for auto repairs, and is great for camping. A photocell controlled night light feature provides soft LED light. Keep it plugged in with the UL approved adapter and the light will always be ready for when you need it. The battery will last for many years if properly cared for and is replaceable. Lights out features an "on-off" switch. When the lights come on and you do not need them, just turn the unit off. Many similar looking models to the "Lights out" cannot be turned off Light's out are for indoor use only.
- Lights turn out automatically when power is lost or unplugged unit can be turned off if not needed test feature to ensure charge
- 6 LED bulbs per lamp provide up to 40 hours of light on a full battery charge using single lamp option 20 hours of light using both lamps
- Maintenance free, rechargeable and replaceable 6-Volt lead acid battery, LED bulbs are not replaceable Lamp continues to operate even if one or 2 LED bulbs fail
- Equipped with a soft LED night light option with photocell
- Portable with many other uses around the home, garage or when travelling, keep away from moisture and exterior applications
- 6 Volt lead acid batteries includes approved ETL adapter
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