Solar spot lights are mostly used for accent lighting. They are designed to provide powerful illumination. Most often they come as single lights with a built-in solar panel. Sometimes they are designed with a stand-alone panel which can accommodate several lights.
Solar spot lights recharge even in overcast conditions in as little as four hours
All you have to do is put them outside in a sunny location. The solar cells charge the built in rechargeable batteries during the day and the LEDs automatically light up at night. LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) are often used in modern solar lights.
The brightness of the light will depend on the number of LEDs contained in the unit. More LEDs will result in increased luminosity. For example a 6 or 12 LED solar spotlight will properly illuminate a sign, a tree or even a flag.
If you have an area or object that you want to illuminate, such as a rose garden or just a dark area of your yard, solar spotlights are the perfect solution. They can be placed in different locations and will draw attention to any special places you want to showcase. When more powerful lighting is needed commercial solar flood lights can be used.
Advantages of using solar spot lights
- Solar lighting does not require any wiring, so you will not have to tear up your garden, lawn or landscaping.
- Solar lights offer the easiest and safest way to light your yard, pathway, garden, pond or swimming pool.
- With increasing energy costs, more people are looking into solar lighting than ever before.
Solar spot lights save on your electricity bills as well as wiring costs, but be sure they are well-secured as they are more prone to theft.
Solar lights are no longer odd looking or unable to provide adequate illumination. You can enjoy being outdoors at night without having to be in the darkness. As you can see, the advantages of solar spot lights seem almost endless and there are virtually no drawbacks to using them.
Solar energy is more viable now than ever before and has allowed numerous homes and businesses to become part of an ever-growing community of globally-conscious citizens.