Due to the lack of electrodes Induction systems typically have a rated life of 80,000 to 100,000 hours depending on the light model, making them the perfect choice for hard-to-reach indoor or outdoor applications.


Because the solar light is a completely standalone, self-contained lighting system, you eliminate the cost of digging trenches for underground wiring and the system is completely customizable to meet the customers’ needs.

Replacement Landscaping

Since you do not have to trench to install the solar light, you eliminate additional cost of replacing and repairing ground that is torn up during the trenching process. Mature plantings are not disturbed results no risk of losing valuable landscape features.

Land Usage Rights

Since solar light needs no external wire connections, etc, it allows you to provide consistent, affordable lighting to the location. There is no need to negotiate with other property owners to use their property for underground rights, wiring and redoing damaged landscaping.

Electric Meter

With the solar light there is no need to meter your lighting system. This means you eliminate costs of purchasing and installing a meter and the electrical connection fees.

Electric Usage and Demand Charges

Because the solar light is entirely Solar Powered, you don’t need to pay for electrical usage. Effect Net Zero Energy Usage.

Reduced Installation Costs

on many up-to-date systems. Recent improvements in solar lighting have provided plug-and-play connectors that yield more reliable in-field wire connections and less time for installations. Time is money and if a system requires less time to install and a less technical installation, money is saved during the install phase. Time savings is critical at the end of a project means the difference in bringing the job in on time or penalties for late delivery.

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There benefits of solar lighting are numerous. Here are some examples:

  • Low energy costs. The sun is well-known for providing solar radiation without charge.
  • Little maintenance. Solar power products have few moveable parts which means that fewer parts exist to break. They last for a long time and require little attention once installed.
  • No emissions. Perhaps the greatest benefits of solar lighting are the environmental benefits. Solar lighting does not contribute to global warming in any way.
  • Renewable resource. Solar power is a renewable resource. Other energy resources, such as coal and oil, have finite supplies. The power of the sun, on the other hand, will keep on shining, potentially beyond human existence.
  • With solar lighting there is no risk of electrocution and the lights are cool to the touch, making them safe for children and pets.
  • Solar lights continue working even if there has been a power outage. Because the energy isn’t coming off of an electrical grid, power outages make no difference.
  • You can use solar lighting to light homes, cabins, or RVs in remote locations. It can be very expensive to run power lines out to a cabin in the woods. Setting up solar power may be a cheaper, more practical alternative.
  • Versatility. Solar energy can power many different lighting needs, including walkway lights, indoor lights, security lights, portable spotlight stands, and handheld lanterns and flashlights.
  • Another of the many benefits of solar lighting is that most outdoor solar lights have darkness sensors. There is no need to stress about turning them on or off; it is handled automatically.
  • Easy installation. The majority of outdoor solar lighting has no confusing wires that must be connected to your main electrical system. Setting up your lights can be as simple as hanging them on a tree or staking them into the ground.
  • These advantages extend to both the wallet and the environment. In addition to all of this, the benefits of solar lighting are only destined to increase as solar technology advances.

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