Our Flashing or Constant Marine Grade Solar Lights are industrial strength solar-powered dock, deck, or buoy lights made from anodized aluminum for superior performance even in the harshest marine environments.
Used properly, these are designed to help prevent the most common causes of boating and marine area accidents: tripping, hitting fixed or moved options, and delineating corners and/or sides of floating or fixed decks/docks.
These lights are 4.1 inch in diameter wide by 4.17 inches tall and visible at distances from .5 to 1.5 nautical miles (depending on conditions and viewing angles.)
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The Solar Deck Lite's lights and their components: (LEDs), solar panel, housing, and circuitry withstand strong hot sunshine as well as exposure to harsh fresh or saltwater environments.
While not designed to be submersed, they do withstand strong mist, splashes of salt/fresh water and rain, snow and ice with IP 68 waterproof design.
Note: deicing chemicals are corrosive to most all lights, solar or otherwise.
Quality solar lighting engineering, a powerful solar panel, a built-in reflector, rechargeable batteries and Super Bright LEDs mean 18-hours of run time for dusk to dawn illumination.
Constant Light Mode:
In the constant mode, the lights have a visibility distance of .5 to .75 nautical miles, depending on conditions and viewing angle and a maximum run time of 30 hours on full solar charge.
Flashing Light Mode:
When set to the one-second flashing mode, they have a visibility distance of 1.0 - 1.5 nautical miles, depending on conditions and viewing angle and a run time of 40 to 45 miles on a full solar charge.
The light's reflector not only intensifies the LED's illumination, it makes these lights great for marking fixed and floating docks and rafts, as well as buoys.
By placing lights along the corners or edges, you'll make it easier for boaters see potential navigational hazards.
These also are great ways to mark boardwalks and other high traffic pathways in both marine and non-marine areas. These install in minutes, with easy mounting with your choice of screws, bolts, or silicone glue.
By choosing solar, you can add light without electricity: no utility costs; no wiring or property disruptions to install power lines; and building permits.
Recommended Applications: docks, marinas, Yacht Clubs, boat house, boardwalks, decks, pathways, floating docks, swimming/diving rafts and platforms, Safety & Hazard lighting; obstruction lighting.