Our exclusive solar scaffolding light systems are a first to the market. We supply a complete system that enables you to install scaffold lighting without the use of electricity and all of the hassle that comes along with it. Available with a choice of light fitting options. Prices from £799.99. PLEASE NOTE: This is a system strictly for trade use and is offered at a trade price. No further discounts apply.
This medimum sized, commercial grade, model of our solar scaffolding light system is designed to accomodate between 5 and 10 light fittings. The lamps illuminate dusk to dawn with up to 5 days autonomy. The system is supplied with a choice of between 5 and 10 commercial grade, bulk head style light fittings. Each light produces approximately 120 lumens. Every light is supplied with 5 metres of cable and a wingnut scaffold clamp. The first light connects to the battery box, and “daisy-chains” to the additional lights. The lockable battery box houses a 12 Volt rechargeable battery, and charge controller. A choice of solar panel is supplied with the system. Solar panel is fitted with 5 metres of cable that simply inserts into the battery box. The light fittings can be pole mounted by using the supplied pole mount brackets. The light fittings can be supplied with a red or white lens.
Manufactured in an ISO9001:2008 'Quality Assured' facility.
Typical illumination is from dusk to dawn.
Up to 5 days autonomy.
System is supplied with between 5 and 10 light fittings.
Each light is supplied with nine LEDs, producing approx. 120 Lumens.
Each light fitting is supplied with 5 metres of cable.
Light fittings connect together by “daisy-chain.”
Each light is supplied with a wingnut scaffold clamp for pole mounting.
Supplied with red or white lens.
Dimensions are 24cm x 12cm x 11cm (9.5” x 4.75” x 4.5”) LxWxD.
12 Volt DC system.
Choice of a 12V 34AH or 12V 88AH battery.
Battery size is subject to number of light fittings and install location.
Contact a sales agent to determine appropriate battery size.
A metal battery box is supplied to accommodate the battery.
The battery box has a hinged lid which is lockable (padlock not included).
Cable glands are installed for the light fitting cable, and solar panel to pass through.
The battery box is approx. 46cm x 38cm x 28cm (21.25" x 13" x 11") LxWxD.
Supplied with a MPPT charge controller which automatically controls the solar panel power, battery charging and lighting function and operation.
The MPPT charge controller is typically 30% more efficient than standard PWM controllers and 10% more efficient to most other MPPT controllers.
Provides extended battery life and extra protection against excessive battery discharge and overcharge.
Low voltage detection for automatic disconnect.
Continuous environment, input and output power management.
Pre-programmed software for load output, dusk to dawn lighting, single timed lighting, dual timed lighting, dimming option and the ability of interfacing with motion detection, where required.
This MPPT charge controller is programmed by Solar Illuminations as per your requirements and system ability.
Lighting control features illumination from dusk to dawn (where applicable), or on at dusk for X amount of hours then off, or on at dusk for X amount of hours, then off, then back on again for X amount of hours before dawn.
Supports real time data monitoring (iPhone, Andriod, Mac or PC) with optional interface and/or Bluetooth dongle.
Peak efficiency is 98%.
Automatic temperature compensation.
Operating temperature is -30 deg. C (-22 deg. F) to +60 deg. C (140 deg. F).
Humidity up to 95%, non condensing.
Power terminals are AWG 10 (6mm2).
Protection rating IP22 (connection terminal area).
Please note: Upon installation and power-up the controller goes into a 7 day evaluation mode where smart monitoring and configurations commence. Additional evaluation with self-managing adjustments may continue for up to 7 more days. This is all part of the smart feature that enables this intelligent controller to understand its use, the application, the surrounding environment and the current conditions. During this time some of its programmed features may differ temporarily. This is a perfectly normal process and must be accepted during that time. During this time the controller will adjust to the current condition and charge status of the batteries. It is therefore recommended that all batteries are 100% fully charged before connection using an appropriate battery charger. This may significantly reduce the evaluation mode time of 7+7 days to much less. The solar panel(s) should be connected to the MPPT charge controller first, followed by the fully charged batteries.
Choice of 150W, 200W, or 250W solar panel.
Solar panel size is subject to number of light fittings and install location.
Contact a sales agent to determine the appropriate solar panel size.
Approx. 5 metres (18') of pre-wired connection cable is supplied.
Additional cable or extension cords are available.
A solar panel bracket is included for surface mounting.
Easy to install.
Solar panel should face south and be unobstructed from shade or shadows.
For best performance, the battery box should be centralised so that half of the lights are connected to one socket on the battery box and go in one direct, and the other half of the lights connect to the other socket on the battery box and go in the opposite direction. This reduces voltage drop that may occur "daisy-chaining" numerous lights over an extended distance.
Please Note: This product is a special order and is non-returnable except in the event of a fault (during its warranty period) when the product, once returned will be repaired or replaced.
The solar panel must be installed in a location where it can receive full direct sunshine (when available) and set facing South at about a 45-60 degree angle (where adjustment options allow). The solar panel must not be installed in a shaded or part shaded location and never indoors. The standard specifications of the system (particularly the solar panel Wattage and battery capacity) may need to be adjusted. These components are determined by your geographic location, power consumption (LED Wattage) and the total amount of hours of illumination time required. Such changes to the standard specifications may increase or decrease the cost shown. Please contact us for more information or assistance. The illumination time is estimated and subject to various factors including (but not limited to) geographic location, seasons, temperature, weather conditions & location of product etc. The illumination time of most solar lights can reduce during winter months when the weather is poor and the days are shorter. During this time insolation hours decrease accordingly. Shorter illumination time due to one or more of the above factors does not define the product as being ‘defective’ or ‘not as described’. All solar lights must be used in a completely dark location at night time otherwise they may not illuminate. Nearby strong lighting sources or ambient lighting may affect the operation of a solar light. This does not define the product as being 'defective' or 'not as described'. Please note, if you do not install or use this product for several months the battery may discharge naturally on its own. By allowing a battery to deep discharge it may cause irreversible damage as the battery may then lose the ability to recharge or hold a full charge. Although unlikely, we reserve the right to supply this product with any minor alterations or minor changes to the specifications (shown above by text description or by photographs) due to different supplies or product batches received, incorporating such product changes made by the manufacturer, without further notice. Descriptions, specifications and photographs are updated regularly but may not be current when minor changes to a product have only recently been made.
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|Solar Lights Data|
|Lumen Output||120 Lumens per lamp|
|Equivalent Incandescent Wattage||Approx. 10 Watts per lamp|
|Approximate Illumination Time||Typically dusk to dawn|
|Solar Panel Wattage||180 Watts|