And Batteries are critical to solar LED lights. Batteries are measured in mAh. mAh stands for milliamp hour. Amp-hour is how much current flows for that hour. To give an example; our 4000mAh battery could power a solar wall light at 200 mA (milliamp) for 20 hours, but a larger watt LED drawing 400 mA could stay on for only 10 hours. So this tells you that batteries need to match the number of watts the LED uses but look for 2000mAH for an entry-level unit up to 18,000mAH for street lighting. For small around the house uses, look to upgrade to 4000mAH or our 8000mAH Solar Flood Light for longer-lasting performance.
|Input Voltage||18V DC|
|View Angle||TYPE Ⅱ, TYPE Ⅲ|
|Housing Color||Silvery or Custom Design|
|Net Weight||8.1 KG|