Shade Solar lights work in shade or sun. They may be used as garden solar lights, patio solar lights, pathway solar lights, and more. These are outdoor solar lights that can be located under trees or in shadows. Shade Solar lights are functional in different kinds of shade, known as shade categories. Each shade category has an identifying number. The higher the number, the dimmer the ambient light during daytime.
The drawing above shows Category 1 shade (Shade-1) which has a shadow and a clear view of the sky above the light. The shadow may be from a large object such as a tree or building. Shade-1 can recharge the Shade Solar light without direct sunlight.
In Category 2 shade (Shade-2) the ambient light of is weaker than Shade-1. The sky-view may be also blocked as shown. Ordinary solar lights may suffer battery failure in Shade-2. But Shade Solar lights are functional here.
Do Shade Solar lights need any direct sunlight? Nope. They can operate in Shade-1, Shade-2, Shade-3, or direct sunlight.
A forest is an example of Category 3 shade ( Shade-3). Shade Solar lights can operate here dusk to dawn here even though the ambient light is weak.
Thick clouds or heavy overcast may change Shade-3 to Shade-4 or greater and temporarily prevent the Shade Solar light from operating dusk to dawn.
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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