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LED Light Fixture Uses Renewable Energy, Dims and Brightens With the Sun

Solectric RC24001 Day-Light 1300 Solar Panel and LED Light Fixture Kit
The Day-Light 1300 Solar Panel and LED Light Fixture Kit from Solectric is unique in that it actually emulates the characteristics of a skylight. In the morning, as the Sun rises, the solar panel begins to slowly feed the two LED light fixtures with current. This causes the LEDs to softly light the area reflecting the similar characteristics of a skylight in the early morning of the day. As the day continues onward and gets sunnier outside, the LED light fixtures will increase there brightness up to a color temperature of 5500K, essentially emulating daylight. The LED light fixtures will then dim down as the Sun sets and eventually shuts off once nighttime has arrived. Simply put, the Day-Light 1300 Solar Panel and LED Light Fixture Kit acts as a skylight with the benefits of never having to cut a large hole into your roof. The light output is equivalent to a 10″ tubular skylight or two 60 watt incandescent light bulbs.

The technology implemented within this kit utilizes 100% renewable energy which saves energy and money. This kit comes with everything needed to get started and makes a perfect addition to remote, “off the grid” locations and can also be used in an RV, home, cabin, shed, garage, and just about anywhere else you need some light because this kit is all self contained and requires no external power beyond the Sun to fully function. However, this kit can still take advantage of an external power source when used in junction with the Solectric RC22012 AC Adapter. This allows the LED light fixture to turn on and off, acting as a regular light for when there is little to no Sun such as a cloudy-rainy day.
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  1. August 7, 2013 at 6:19 am

    This is really nice website and the information is amazing. I really did not know that we can light that with renewable energy.

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