The Imperial II Solar Lamp Post, Double Head has two powerful solar lanterns, each with 21 Super Bright LEDs that are intensified by patented prism technology.
The two commercial grade solar lamps emit 350 lumens of light, which is the equivalent of a traditional, and energy-wasting, 80 watt incandescent bulb.
So, the Imperial II Triple Head emits 700 lumens of light, or about as much power as fixture with 150-160 watts of incandescent bulbs. An added benefit: the Imperial II solar lamps sense when the battery is running low and adjusts the intensity of the light to extend the duration of the illumination.
The attractive lamp is mounted on a matching, easy to install powder-coated posts with three heights.
The Imperial II Double Solar Lamp Post is now available in your choice of post height:
The 78-inch/6.5-foot post is one product; the 103/120 inch post models are sold as a separate unit where you choose between to mount the fixture at either 8.5 or 10 foot posts for an extra $70.00.)
As with all of our Gama Sonic solar lamps and solar lamp posts, you can use them to replace traditional gas and low voltage lamps or to add new lights around your property. (Note: when replacing gas or electrical fixtures with solar lights, we recommend consulting a professional plumber or electrician so that the existing power sources are properly disabled.)
For every hour of sun, the solar lamp receives one full amp (or about 90 minutes to 2 hours of strong light).
With an average of 5 to 6 hours of sun per day, the lights will stay bright up to 10 hours.
Along with durable cast-aluminum construction for durable posts and weather-tight housing, the lamps have a black cast powder finish for low maintenance, and attractive real beveled glass panes.
Watch the Imperial II Solar Lamps in Dusk-to-Dawn Time Lapse Video: