Solar landscape lighting is an essential part of outdoor lighting and something that every home needs. When you make a decision to buy solar landscape lights to brighten your patios, walkways, driveway, flowerbeds or garden, first you must know its benefits of solar landscape lights.
There are 3 most of the solar panel options: monocrystalline, polycrystalline, and thin-film. These solar panels vary in how they’re made, appearance, performance, costs, and the installations each are best suited for. Usually the conversion rate of mono solar panel can reach to 20% or more, so it can reduce solar charging time for the lights. All of Goldsuno’s solar landscape lights use this high conversion rate mono solar panel.
We highly recommand lithium-Ion battery for your solar landscape lights. Li-Ion is currently the fastest growing and most promising type of battery. Its energy density is high and typically twice that of a regular NiCad. It also has the potential for higher energy densities.
The Li-Ion battery requires less maintenance than other types of batteries and does not require scheduled and memory cycling to prolong its service life. Additionally, it suits applications like solar lights due to its less self-discharge that is less and half of the NiCad batteries. When disposed to a landfill, lithium-ion batteries cause little harm.
Brightness is measured in lumens. How many lumens are needed for outdoor path lighting? Generally, solar path lighting is considered decorative accent lighting. But it’s actually very useful for visitors to see the walkway. Solar LED path lighting has come a long way. Both solar bollard lights and solar wall lights are a popular choice for effective path lighting. 100 lumens is considered bright enough for most walkways — including commercial properties. Goldsuno’s solar landscape lights can reach 200 lumens.