APONOU Solar-Powered Floodlights

The solar floodlights have an illumination area of 300m2, which makes them perfect for your garden, lawn, pool, and deck. You can install the lights in two ways, which are hanging or fixed with screws.

The floodlights come with a 5-meter cable that connects the lights with the panel. The electrical cable makes it possible to install the lights in any desired location in your home, even if the position lacks enough sunshine. You just have to place the panel in a different area with enough sun.

Features and Specifications

  • Wireless remote control to change lighting mode
  • A 30000mAh battery capacity
  • Last 8 hours in full mode and over 20 hours in half-light mode
  • Charges between 6-8 hours
  • 5000 lumens LED lights

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