Gama Sonic Victorian Motion-Sensing Solar Light - Bright-White LEDs - 3" Fitter Base, Pier Base, Wall Mount
Gama Sonic GS-94FPW-PIR Victorian Solar Outdoor Light Fixture with 9 Bright-White LEDs plus Motion Sensor, Fitter Base, Pier Base, and Wall Mount, Black Finish

Our Price: $159.99

Availability:: Out of stock--all orders will be backordered until the item is back in stock
Product Code: 94PIR033

The Gama Sonic Victorian solar light fixture model GS-94FPW-PIR is the perfect energy-saving and money-saving replacement for electric or gas-powered outdoor lighting.

This weather-resistant cast-aluminum solar light fixture with a powder-coated black finish takes its design inspiration from the look of 19th-century street lamps. It will make a stylish addition to your home's exterior and includes all the hardware for three styles of mounting. Hang it as a wall sconce on a building's exterior; secure it to a flat surface, such as a pillar or column; or seat it at the top of a three-inch-diameter lamp post. No electrical wiring is required.

The Victorian internal Lithium Ion battery pack charges when sunlight hits the integrated solar panel. At dusk, nine bright-white LEDs will turn on automatically and shine at a brightness of 100 lumens for up to eight hours on a full solar charge. When motion is detected up to 20 feet away from the fixture, light output doubles in brightness to 200 lumens for 45 seconds. Gama Sonic's patented cone reflector enhances the glow and multidirectional light dispersion.

The Victorian's monocrystalline silicon solar panel is protected by weather-resistant, cleanable tempered glass that helps ensure long-lasting reliability. The light fixture's replaceable, plugged battery pack is good for about 1,000 charges. Recharging speed varies based on weather conditions, but generally it takes about six hours of sunlight on the solar panels to achieve a full solar charge of the battery pack after it's been completely run down.

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