Pacific Accents 2 x 5 Watt COB LED Solar Spotlight 600 Lumens

SOL-WTT-1010
by Flipo
$39.95

Pacific Accents’ 2 x 5 Watt COB LED Flood Light is the ideal solution for remote area lighting. Harnessing the power of the sun, it requires no wires or outlets and can be set up without special tools in any sunlit location. Featuring passive infrared (PIR) technology, the flood light is automatically activated by movement. The super bright 5 watt COB lights provide 600 lumen of illumination in two independent spot lights, allowing the user to point the individual lights in multiple directions. Each light includes fine adjustments for ambient light activation, duration of illumination and the distance at which the light will be activated. A durable mounting bracket and hardware are included to effortlessly attach your floodlight in any location with a flat surface. An energy efficient solution for your light safety needs, the Pacific Accents 2 x 5 Watt COB LED Flood Light is perfect for entryways, pathways, sheds, garages, driveways, backyards, patios, barns, and more.    

Features:

  • Require No Special Installation Tools, Outlets or Wiring
  • Energy Efficient - Uses Sunlight for Power
  • Motion Activated - Auto On/Off
  • Fully Adjustable Solar Panel
  • Independently Adjustable Dual COB LED Spotlights - Move Up & Down, Left & Right
  • Adjustable Motion Sensor - Distance Can be Set from 10 to 30 feet
  • Adjustable Ambient Light Activation
  • Illumination Duration Adjustment - Easily Adjusts From 10 to 60 seconds
  • Includes Mounting Bracket & Hardware
  • Weather and Water Resistant

Specifications:

  • Detection Range: Up to 30 feet (User Adjustable)
  • Illumination Duration: 10 to 60 seconds (User Adjustable)
  • Sensor Detection Angle: 70 Degrees
  • Rated Power: 7 Watts
  • LED Color Temperature: 6000K-6500K
  • Battery Type: 2 x 18650 4000 mAh Lithium Ion 3.7V
  • Brightness: 600 Lumens
  • Solar Panel Measurements: 7 1/4" x 7 1/4"
  • Product Dimensions: 10 1/2" x 7 7/8" x 5 7/8"
  • Charging Time: 8-10 hours of direct sunlight