This solar light has a tamper proof box which holds the battery, controller and has one 12 watt solar module on the top as the door. Like our other lights the solar module is sloped and will be placed facing to the south. This turnkey light has three completely different mounting options for various applications. The first application is mounted on top of a 7 foot pole (with pole mounting bracket included) and the four separate light cords are passing internally through the pole to where the flood lights are mounted on the lower 25% of the pole. This is for the ma-rina dock lighting to illuminate long horizontal portions of the dock for safe walking. The lights can also be mounted on the upper 75% of the pole for area illumination . The second & third applications use a separate supplied mount-ing bracket to mount the tamper proof box vertically on a wall or horizontally on a roof.
The four flood lights can be placed to light the entrance to a commu-nity or sign in the case of the vertical wall mount with the solar mod-ule top facing due south. For the roof mount, the tamper proof box with solar module lid will be placed on the roof facing south with the four flood lights placed under the eaves of the structure, illuminating desired locations. (i.e. Porch or front door). These flood lights use 18 - 30 degree LEDs so that they focus a beam of light about 35 feet each for lighting narrow dock s long distances. Various LED bulbs are avail-able for all the applications. This is our most versatile light because the 4 individual lights can be pointed ANYWHERE while the water-tight tamperproof box is safely out of the way.
12 H X 15 W X 10 D
Posted by Andrew Costa, CA on 10th Jan 2013
One of the biggest problems of docks and marinas are the lighting system. If there’s no adequate light available in the area, then a lot of people are prone to stumbling while walking or even falling down into the waters. Fortunately, there’s a dock light that doesn’t cost as much and doesn’t require conventional power.
The solar-powered marina dock light is a very simple but sleek post that can be installed in areas where electricity is hard to connect. It is made up of a 7-feet pole that houses the wires. On top you can see the sloped solar panel, which then collects sunlight. It also acts as the door to a case, which then contains the controller and battery that stores energy. Because they are found at the top, they are not easily accessed by unauthorized individuals or prone to vandalism. The pole also has various mounts where you can find two sets of light, two in every side. They are adjustable, depending on the area that needs to be illuminated. I love this system and would recommend it to anyone.
Posted by beth, south canyon nra on 18th Aug 2011
put this on our welcome sign heading into our wilderness area and works great, lights are adjustable and plenty bright