Yes, Shade Solar lights are guaranteed to work in the shade. They have no wires. Another option for your yard is low-voltage landscape lights. Those cost more because you'll need to buy a transformer, bury wires in the ground, and pay for electricity.
Yes. Shade Solar lights are guaranteed to work in shade. Direct sunlight is not required.
Shade Solar lights are unique because they can work in the shade. They do not need to be placed where there is direct sunlight. A light can be moved from one spot in your yard to another and it will automatically adapt to the amount of shade (or sun) that is there.
No. The solar panel can be in shade. The solar panel of a Shade Solar light is permanently attached and never separated from the light unit.
Shade Solar lights turn on automatically at dusk and stay lit until dawn.
Shade Solar lights are designed to operate outside in shade or sun. Indoors is not a good location for these lights.
Any Shade Solar light can be used on your shady deck.
Yes. Shade Solar lights can operate in full shade, full sun, or anything in between.
You can use any Shade Solar lights because they adapt automatically to their location.
Shade Solar lights project warm white light (soft white).
Shade Solar lights are tested at sites in Indiana, Washington state, and Arizona to ensure they endure all seasons.
Shade Solar lights can tolerate very cold temperatures. They operate normally down to 30 degrees F and lower. Below 20 degrees F, the batteries may stop storing energy. When the temperature warms up, the batteries recover, and the lights return to normal operation.
Yes. A rechargeable battery is included with each Shade Solar light.
It’s recommended you should change the rechargeable batteries of a Shade Solar light once every 2 to 3 years.
Some Shade Solar lights (like Malibu) have 2 models. The "regular" light has a bigger solar panel and can operate in deep shade (Shade-3, Shade-2, Shade-1, and direct sunlight). The "Shade-1" solar light has a smaller solar panel and can operate in Shade-1 (the shadow of a house for example), partial shade, partial sun, or in direct sunlight.
Shade Solar lights are waterproof and water resistant but they do not operate under water.
The blinking is a confirmation that the internal microcomputer is resetting the brightness to a nominal level. After being outside for a few days the microcomputer will adjust the brightness of your Shade Solar light according to how much solar energy is available in the given location. In full sun, the light output will be at its maximum value during nighttime. In deep shade the light output will be less. And the light output will adapt to changes in season, weather, and the depth of shade.
Shade Solar lights are made under one or more of the following US Patents 10,847,992 and 11,754,239 and patent pending.
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