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
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:
|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||Pure white|
|CRI( Ra> ):||85||Solar cell:||Poly crystalline|
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details: on the customer request.
|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|
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