Model # SPX713

Internet #203566802

XEPA Stay On Whole Night 300 Lumens Black Outdoor Solar LED Post Lamp


Stay On Whole Night 300 Lumens Black Outdoor Solar LED Post Lamp

  • No electrical wiring required
  • 6500K color temperature
  • Solar-powered by long-lasting LEDs that never need replacing
$131.83 /each

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Product Overview

The 77 in. tall energy-saving solar garden post lamp from XEPA TECHNOLOGIES is perfect for the DIY homeowner. It is so easy to install with its “no electrical wire” set-up that there is no need to hire an electrician. Its weatherproof and rust-resistant design will provide years of operation and the LED lights (light-emitting diodes) never need replacing. Simply assemble and place in an area where the solar panel receives direct sunlight for at least six hours a day. The SPX713 garden lamp provides an ultra-bright, energy efficient 300 Lumen output and will be a beautiful accent to your driveway, walkway or garden area in front or back of your home. Power adjustments allow for the lamp to illuminate brighter when motion is detected within 10 ft. of the post. The monocrystalline silicon solar panel is protected by a layer of tempered glass to ensure long-lasting reliability.

  • Weather-resistant powder-coated cast-aluminum housing
  • Luminous flux: up to 300 Lumens
  • Black finish offers a stylish, classic look for any space
  • 6500K color temperature for a cool white appearance
  • 10-Volt/2.5-Watt mono crystalline solar charging panel provides energy-efficient lighting
  • 1-year limited warranty
  • Continuous illumination time (when battery fully charged) on conservation mode: up to 16 hours; on full power mode: 4 hours
  • Motion range: 160°
  • Switch between low, high and off for versatile use
  • Includes 2 rechargeable 3.7-Volt/2000 mAh lithium-ion batteries
  • Motion detection distance: 10 ft.
  • Square head
  • Have questions about outdoor lighting? Check out our helpful guide here.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can the motion detector feature be turned off? Seems like it will drain the battery too fast on our busy street.

Asked by: NinjaMom
Yes, the motion sensor could be turned off by turning to the brighter switch but only lasts 4 hrs. The lower illumination side has the motion detection and lasts 16 hrs so I think you would get long light on the motion detection lower illumination time than the straight four hours.
Answered by: Barb
Date published: 2017-02-14

What's the size of drill bit to use when using the included concrete anchor? The instruction does...

What's the size of drill bit to use when using the included concrete anchor? The instruction doesn't say anything which is really bad (and expected in Chinese product) I tried 1/2" which is the largest I have, but it's a little small. By measuring the included anchor bolt, seems to be 11/16. Or I can use 5/8 drill bit as the anchor tube will expand?
Asked by: Mcdull
I talked to Xepa Technology and they told me to use 1/2" Masonry drill bit.
Answered by: ben
Date published: 2016-12-13

Is anyone using these in the north when the days are short and very cold?

Will cold weather affect the lighting ?
Asked by: gerry
I live about 50 miles south of the Canadian border and the lamps work fine all year. I do have to clear the snow from the top where the solar cell is located so that it can get sun light. It can charge quite a lot on an overcast day when it doesn't seem like there is much light.
Answered by: BuilderBob
Date published: 2017-01-05

What are the mounting requirements? Do you lag bolt it to concrete? Dig a hole for a post?

Asked by: Chopnman
The lamp post is provided with lag bolts and anchors for concrete. A template is also provided for drilling the holes for the anchors. I used a precast concrete landscape block that weighs about 60 pounds and bolted the lamp to that. It can be relocated if desired and it has enough weight that the lamps have not been tilted or damaged by wind.
Answered by: BuilderBob
Date published: 2017-01-05
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Customer Reviews

Stay On Whole Night 300 Lumens Black Outdoor Solar LED Post Lamp is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 65.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from not bright enough 300 lum? run power solar lamps don't cut it not bright enough 300 lum? run power solar lamps don't cut it
Date published: 2016-11-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall this product is pretty good, well constructed easy to assemble and it will make your hous... Overall this product is pretty good, well constructed easy to assemble and it will make your house stand out. I really like this lamp but just keep in mind the position where you place it, should be in a place where it get enough sun light to get a full charger. The weather conditions can also affect the performance of the lamp during cloudy days.
Date published: 2016-12-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Light remains on entire night at low setting. Motion detector senses when I walk down my driveway... Light remains on entire night at low setting. Motion detector senses when I walk down my driveway to retrieve my morning paper and light brightens for a brief period. In other words, the product delivers exactly as advertised.
Date published: 2016-10-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Impressive Lamp Post The lamp pole material is solid. Assembly took about 2 minutes (excludes bolting to the ground). We placed it in our backyard at the entrance of the steps. The base of the lamp has a nice design and it needs to be bolted in something solid (Concrete, Asphalt, etc). The battery holds its charge quite well. After fully charging and installing the light, it rained for two days. But to my surprise, the light delivered during these two rainy days without getting re-charged. Lamp has two setting; 1 (Low intensity) & 2 (High Intensity). If the lamp is set to Setting-1, it will switch to Setting-2 as soon as any motion is detected and then automatically returns back to Setting-1. On setting-2, lamp continuously provides high intensity light but battery drains a little faster. Overall, the lamp lightens up about 30 feet diameter area. Changing the Setting from 1 to 2 does not cover more area but rather increases the light intensity only. There is also an OFF button that simply turns off the light completely. The glass of the lamp has a pebbles design in it. What it does is that when the lamp turns on at night, you can see the big pebble shaped shadows on the ground. The shadows actually reduce the overall lighting and adds a LIGHT–SHADOW –LIGHT pattern to the overall environment which in fact is not quite soothing to the eyes. I have uploaded two pictures (Day-Picture & Night-Picture) from the same angle so you can see how the pebble shaped shadows look like. Except for the pebbles pattern, I like everything about this light.
Date published: 2012-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from "Stay on Whole Night" Really Does Stay on Whole Night :) Construction is top notch. No pressed metal weakling with this post lamp. The entire structure is thick cast aluminum. The lamp itself screws down around the top, the middle section screws together and you use three bolts to hold it all to the base. The wrench is included. No tools needed! It asssembles is about 15 minutes after unboxing. Only oneperson needed. The light itself is very sturdy and also cast metal. The glass is real glass, no plastic to cloud up later. It's "seeded" meaning the glass is clear and has little bubbles blown into it all over. A very classy antigue glass look is the result. The LED casts a very bright white light. You can easily read by it if you were standing under the light. It's not a faint glow at all. About the equivalent of a 40-50watt bulb. The base has three holes for the included mounting rods, which can be set in concrete or wood after drilling holes. Or, as with my installation in a flower bed, you just use the 15 inch long galvanized lawn spikes sold at Home Depot and pound all three into the ground. Either way, you have a rock solid installation. The light sensor for dusk to dawn operation works reliably and the motion sensor will pick up movement within about ten feet or so. When on and fully charged the light does in fact last all night. Even in the fall when days are much shorter, before the sun comes up the light is still shining at full brightness. Much better than other lights. It needs about six hours of direct sunlight to charge fully. I couldn't be more pleased with this light post. A very nice touch to the yard/sidewalk.
Date published: 2012-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from High Quality and Beautiful Display. I was pleasantly surprised by the pattern this light casts on the ground. I was expecting just a basic flat light but the glass is etched in a way that turns the light on the ground into circular highlights that gives a very nice effect. The materials are high quality and solid. The lamp looks elegant even during the day time. It has two modes of operation; a bright light mode that lasts about 4 hours when fully charged each day by the Sun and a low light mode that comes on at dark and is still going by the time I go to bed. And the low-light mode provides plenty of light across a large area. The lamp has a built in motion detector that activates the bright light mode when it is running in the low-light mode. The assembly is easy with threaded connections and the lamp mounts on the post using three bolts that are provided in the box along with an allen wrench. The product was designed to bolt to a deck or concrete patio and the bolts are provided to this. However, this is beyond my skill level so I used three 12” stakes into the ground. The base is about 12” wide so it does need to be attached to keep it upright. I was also thinking of putting in a terracotta pot with dirt and flowers around it, but it stays put using the stakes. This is something you will enjoy for years – and you’ll love the pattern on the ground instead of just boring light.
Date published: 2012-10-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice solar lamp Easy to assemble but you need a concrete drill bit & hammer drill to install post on existing concrete. Assembly directions are clear. Post assembly threads are well made but you still need to be very carefull not to cross thread. Light works perfect. I like the low setting because it still goes on high when motion is detected and it is still plenty of light. Not sure I like the idea of replacing the batteries every 2 or 3 years but we shall see. I like the lamp enough to buy some for my posts.
Date published: 2012-10-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well-made; Needs battery replacement info This is a high-quality aluminum light post with LED lantern that lives up to its advertised specifications. Takes only 10 minutes to assemble using the supplied allen wrench; however, does need mounted to a firm base such as a deck or concrete pad; concrete pad fasteners supplied. Packaging is good but supplier should have first placed components in clear plastic wrapping to avoid scuffs during shipment; unit had minor scuffs from rubbing its cardboard box. Recognizing that at some point the battery will need replaced, there is no info in the owner's manual about how to replace it or what type to use. As such, the lantern may not have a life longer than its battery, which could be just a couple years based on other solar outdoor LED lights I've purchased over the last 5 years. Hopefully there will be an update to the owners manual online when it comes time for battery replacement.
Date published: 2012-10-10
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