2016 High quality High reputation for FN-UG-B203 Solar IP 68 0.3w 3.7v Interaction LED Underground Light Low Consumption in Swansea in California

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Details Light Source: LED Item Type: Underground Lights Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China Brand Name: FOND Input Voltage( V ): 3.7 Lamp Power( W ): 0.3 Lamp Body Material: Stainless Steel Color: Silver+ white Lamp Luminous Efficiency ( lm/w ): 30 Lamp Luminous Flux( lm ): 100 Working Temperature( ℃ ): - 25, – 65 Color Temperature ( CCT  ): Pure white CRI( Ra> ): 85 Solar cell: Poly crystalline IP Rating: IP68 Certification: CE, RoHS     Packaging & Delivery ...


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2016 High quality High reputation for FN-UG-B203 Solar IP 68 0.3w 3.7v Interaction LED Underground Light Low Consumption in Swansea in California Detail:

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Light Source: LED Item Type: Underground Lights
Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China Brand Name: FOND
Input Voltage( V ): 3.7 Lamp Power( W ): 0.3
Lamp Body Material: Stainless Steel Color: Silver+ white
Lamp Luminous Efficiency
( lm/w ):
30 Lamp Luminous Flux( lm ): 100
Working Temperature( ℃ ): - 25, – 65

Color Temperature

( CCT  ):

Pure white
CRI( Ra> ): 85 Solar cell: Poly crystalline
IP Rating: IP68 Certification:

CE, RoHS

 

 

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details: on the customer request.

Delivery Detail: 15 days receipt of the deposit.

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Features:

Hidden solar panel with high efficiency

Hard pressure-resistant stainless housing with firm glass

Bright and soft light

Super long lighting time over night

Specification
Solar panel 1W, 17% efficiency 5 years
Li-ion battery 3.7V 2000mAh 500 cycles
LED 0.3W, 30lm, 2700K~6500K 50,000Hrs
Lighting mode Bright and soft light
material Aluminum Alloys + Stainless Steel
Solar charging time 11Hrs 1000W/m2
Lighting time 50Hrs Full charged
Product size Light:170*125*55 Unit: mm

Product Application Area

  1. Garden
  2. Lawn
  3. Fence
  4. Park
  5. Pathway

 

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