- Mains equivalent lighting
- Two 40w equivalent LED bulbs
- Recommended battery provides up to 48 hours run time
- Modular kit format - add to the kit as required
- Installs in as little as 1 hour
- DIY installation - if you can wire a plug, this kit will be easy.
- No planning permission required.
- Next Generation LED Technology. 3x the performance of the 1st Generation Geo Kits
- Install it anywhere
- Free to run
- Maintenance free
Works in WinterA well positioned solar panel will enable this product to work in typical UK winter conditions.
40 Watt EquivalentBrightness is equivalent to a 40 watt incandescent bulb as you might use in the home.
No MainsThis light is solar powered and does not require mains power to work.
Up to 18 Hours Run TimeWill light for up to 18 hrs from a full charge.
Average Customer Review
4/5 (2 customer reviews)
Geo 2 Review
Installed ok, disappointed on cable length, had to add additional cable to space out lights. No 5amp fuses provided either. Once installed provided great light for my 16x10 shed.
SolarCentre: Thanks for the feedback, we've doubled the cable included to 10m and kept the price the same
By Tim Hague on Jun 10, 2014
Great bit of kit
Fantastic kit for lighting, really lights up my 12x10 shed, more than enough light, my only gripe that it was slightly annoying installing and there was not enough cable to space the light out, so I had to purchase more cable. Otherwise I would seriously recommend this product
By Richard nash on Feb 22, 2014
Review the Geo 2 - Mains Free Solar Lighting Kit
Unlike large solar panel systems that can take many years to pay for themselves, our Geo Mains Free Solar Lighting Kits
deliver instant savings. Installing a lighting supply to remote locations isn't always possible and is often highly expensive when it is.
Our Geo kits can be installed by anyone with basic DIY skills and are exempt from Part P of the building regulations which means there is no need to pay an electrician to have your kit installed and certified.
The Geo 2 - Mains Free Solar Lighting Kit
can be used with a 12ah or greater 12v battery. It is recommended however that if you are only using a low capacity battery that you either add a charge controller to the system or disconnect it when not in regular use, to prevent overcharge.
Geo 2 Applications
The Geo 2 will light an area of 32 square metres making it ideal for medium / large sized rooms, sheds, garages, outhouses, wendy houses, greenhouses and tree houses. As well as providing you with lighting you can use the charge stored in the battery for powering a variety of small electronic devices.
What Battery Do I Need?
You can choose a battery using the drop down selector above the Add to Basket button. If you already have a 12v battery you can use it with this kit, please note using a lower capacity then recommended will reduce the length of time the lights run for.
What You Get
- 1 x 10 Watt Solar Panel
- 2 x Crocodile clips
- 2 x Fuse holders
- 2 x 5a fuse
- 6 x Ring terminals
- 2 x Light bulb holder (ES/E27 Screw Fitting)
- 2 x 3w 12v LED light bulb (ES/E27 Screw Fitting)
- 1 x Light switch
- 1 x Light switch back box
- 1 x Individual connection blocks
- 4 x Screws
- 4 x Roof fixing blocks
- 1 x 10m run of cable
- 4 x Cable ties
- 8 x Cable clips
Product ID: SS9049
Weight: 3.00 kg
Product Barcode: 5060188640752
How it works
The solar panel within this kit will generate electicity from the sun, into a connected 12v battery. This battery then stores the power ready for use when required. Connected to the battery via a simple circuit are the 12v light bulbs, with a switch situated between them and the battery. Once the switch is turned on the circuit is complete and charge from the battery will power your 12v lightbulbs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Hi, can you run along with a led bulb a set of fairy lights with the geo 1,2 systems .
By grant allen on Sep 2, 2014
Yes, any 12v lights can be connected to run from the Geo Kits.
I am about to install a Geo 2 kit to provide lighting in our lock-up. Can I extend the system to provide power in order that I can charge up a battery drill or boil a kettle ?
By Trevor Hobson-Frohock on Aug 31, 2014
The kit has been designed to run lights. Anything with a larger power-draw (like a kettle or power-drill) would empty the battery too quickly. The kit would not be appropriate in this instance.
How long will the battery last under usual conditions before it will stop recharging/need replacing?
By Mark on Apr 16, 2014
This very much depends on how much it is being used and the climate of the installed location. However, it is a lot like a car battery which can last 5-10 years.