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Sunforce

Model 86318

Internet #203021985

Solar Security Light with Remote

This item has been discontinued.
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Keep your backyard, front door, garages, warehouses, and ranches safe from thieves and trespassers with the Sunforce Solar Powered Security Light, providing superior performance powered by the sun. The security light features dual independent 5-LED spotlights that can be adjusted in a 360 degree pattern for outstanding lighting performance. Integrated solar panel charges include rechargeable AA batteries. Super bright LED lights provide illumination up to 20 feet with variable brightness settings. An easy-to-use remote control is included.

  • Features two independent lights with telescoping connectors and 5 white LEDs per light head (10 LEDs total)for bright light
  • Can be connected to a wall with provided mounting brackets, or put in the ground with a durable yard stake for added convenience
  • Easy Installation: No main power or wiring required
  • Water & weather resistant for added durability
  • 360 degree rotating solar panel for better sun exposure
  • Adjustable spotlight in a 360 degree direction for superior lighting
  • Swivel hinges provide 360 degree movement
  • Includes 3 AA rechargeable batteries; 1.2V, 800 Mah, NI-Cad and easy-to-use remote control to turn the lights on/off or to control each light individually
  • Lumen output: 450

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Does the remote turn off the light and where is the switch to charge it?

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April 20, 2015
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The main switch is on the back of the unit. It must be in the ON position for the remote to operate the on/off function.
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April 17, 2015
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Yes, the remote can turn the light on and off and to turn the sensor on and off for charging there is a switch on the reverse side of the solar panel.
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Are these motion lights as well

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I looking for light to hang and shine over the pool? Is there a radius of how far the lights shine
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It does have a 360 radius but are not automatically charging. You have to use the on and off switch to charge then use. Makes no sense.
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September 3, 2014
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Thank you for your question. As an LED product, there is no radial coverage rating for it. The best comparison would be to say that is has an illumination reach of approximately 40 feet.
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are these lights dusk-to-dawn

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August 21, 2015
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No, these lights are security spot lights.
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