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Review the Geo Floodlight 10 - 10w 12v Solar LED Floodlight Kit
Our Geo Floodlight 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 Floodlight 10 - 10w 12v Solar LED Floodlight Kit
is ideally suited to be used with a 75Ah car / caravan battery these are available below.
Geo Floodlight 10 - Applications
The GEO Floodlight 10 - will light an area up to 50 square metres. It's commonly used for stable yards, hotel signs and for driveways.
The advantage of the GEO Kit is it enables you to decide how much reserve power you would like to have and you can customise the kit to your requirements.
Product ID: SS7673
Weight: 6.50 kg
In the Box
- 1 x 20 watt solar panel
- 1 x 5Ah charge controller
- 2 x Crocodile clips
- 2 x Fuse holders
- 2 x 5a fuse
- 10 x Ring terminals
- 1 x 12v 10w LED floodlight
- 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
- 10 x Cable clips
How it works
The solar panel within this kit will generate electricity from the sun, into a connected 12v battery (sold separately). This battery then stores the power ready for use when required. Connected to the battery via a simple circuit is the Floodlight which contains a 10w 12v LED bulb, 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 Floodlight.
Should the battery need to be situated outdoors then the weatherproof battery box is essential.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long can i expect this light kit to work on a typical winters day
By Deirdre on Jan 23, 2014
This kit is designed to generate enough energy on a typical winters day to run the light for 2 hours per night. However the light will work for longer than this if you have spare capacity in the battery you are using.