How to choose a solar post top light?
Solar post top light are a great decorative and functional additio, whether for your garden, driveway, or backyard. They not only make your space more beautiful, but also give it extra brightness for places.
Difficult to install and costly to maintain, traditional lampposts are not an option for most homes. Thankfully, solar technology now makes it possible and affordable to install lampposts around our homes.
Things to Consider When You Will Buying LED Post Top Area Light
There are many different styles of solar light fixtures on the market today, but solar lighting posts share the same basic features, such as the key ones we’ve listed below.
Which type of solar lighting post you should buy is ultimately a matter of personal preference for each individual. However, we’d be happy to offer some perspectives for you to consider when deciding to buy.
Choose a height that suits the surroundings of the light post.
Make sure the solar light poles you choose are not so tall that they end up overwhelming the environment. You don’t want your solar light post sticking out like a thumb.
You also don’t want your solar light pole to be too short and hidden from your view. If it’s shorter than the rest of the surrounding area, it won’t serve its intended purpose as a source of illumination.
Preferred Color Temperature
The tint temperature of the lamppost lights will largely depend on what you want to achieve.
If you want a friendly environment and a cozy vibe, choose warm tones.
If your goal is to provide your space with really bright lighting, cool tones are the way to go.
Different installation sites can choose different power lamps. Our company can provide solar lamps between 5 watts and 100W. Each wattage has a corresponding installation height for your reference.
Although solar garden lights don’t need to be as troublesome as utility poles. Of course, the first step is to assemble the parts, no matter what type of installation your light fixture is.
There are many ways to install solar lamp posts.
As the name suggests, pot-based solar light posts come with planters or planters. These planter systems act as a base to provide support for your lamp post. To make this base stable, you’ll need to fill it with soil, rocks, or plants like a regular pot. The advantage of a pot-based solar light post is that it can be installed in the ground or on concrete.
On the other hand, the anchoring system of solar lamp posts comes with large wooden stakes for burrowing into the ground. For stability, you’ll have to bury it relatively deep so your light pole stays firmly in place. This type of light post is ideal for installation in gardens or in tight spaces where plant pots may not fit. Because they are also anchored deeply into the ground, they can withstand external elements such as strong winds better than flower pots.
Solar post garden Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits of installing solar lamp posts?
The biggest benefit of owning a solar light post is the beautiful and functional lighting addition to your outdoor space.
Solar lamp posts are a clean and environmentally friendly form of energy as using them does not create any nasty emissions.
Plus, because it’s powered by sunlight, it’s a very sustainable form of energy. It also means there are no ongoing costs, saving you money on your monthly electricity bill.
Again, because the energy source is the sun, solar lamp posts can also be used in extremely remote areas without electricity.
There are solar lamp posts that are also easier to install. You can install it yourself because there is no complicated wiring and no need to hire an electrician to install it.
Do solar light posts produce the same brightness as electric light posts?
A common misconception is that brightness is related to power. This idea is not necessarily correct.
The key to getting bright solar lights is to choose lights with higher light output, or lumens.
Whether your energy source is electricity or solar, lower lumens result in dim lighting, while higher lumens produce brighter light.
Will my solar light pole still work in winter or on a stormy and cloudy day?
Solar lights can still work despite little exposure to sunlight. They’ll still work as brightly as their lumens indicate.
The difference is that they may light for a shorter period of time since they are not exposed to full sunlight. Solar garden lights can be charged for 8-12 hours under full sunlight, and can be lit for 2-3 days in cloudy or rainy days, and we can follow up the lighting time setting procedure you need.
Solar Post Top Light Reviews
Hot-selling Model BB-SLD-XXX-AR-B1-B3
1. Beam angle:120 degrees.
2. Aluminum die-casting heat sinks is good for heat dissipation.
3. It’s major to replace the conventiona area light.
4. Green, energy saving, long and reliable life of 50,000 hours.
5. No RF interference, No IR/UV radiation ,no mercury pollution.
6. Wide colour availability in degrees Kelvin(K),2700-6700K.
7. Streamline exterior design, beautiful appearance.
8. Environment friendly ,energy saving (70~80%).
9. Special circuit design, each LED work separately, avoiding the single broken LED influence problem
Bright and Versatile – 130 Lumens and available in Warm White or Bright White.
LONG WORKING TIME – Up to 10 to 12 hours on a full charge.
Automatic and intuitive operation – turns on at dusk and turns off at dawn.
6.5 feet is just the right height.
EASY TO INSTALL – No digging required for safety with the EZ Anchor Base.
Durable waterproof material.
Hot-selling Model BB-SLD-XXX-AR-B4
There are 5W or 10W power available, it widely used in small garden, driveway, parks etc.
1. Park-garden lighting.
2. Courtyard lighting.
3. Community lighting.
4. Garden lighting.
5. Campus lighting