Ellies Rechargeable Solar LED Flood Light With PIR Infrared Sensor, 50W, 4200 Lumen, IP65

R 5,169.00
  • Low energy consumption, low thermal output, and cost efficient
  • 50000 hr lifespan and IP65 weather protection
  • Ultra-efficient and easy to install with overcharge protection on battery
  • Toughened glass with aluminium backplate
  • 8m - 10m PIR (Passive Infrared Sensor) detecting range

*It is always recommended that installations are done by certified electricians

The Ellies Group was formed in 1979 and is one of South Africa's leading manufacturer, importer, wholesaler and distributor of high-quality products and solutions in the residential and commercial sectors. Their product range consists of electrical, lighting, aerial and satellite equipment, accessories and hardware.

Solar powered LED lighting is perfect for perimeter security, pathways, driveways, trails and more. During the day the photovoltaic (PV) solar panel charges up the lithium battery. When fully charged it provides low-level courtesy lighting from dusk till dawn and boosts to full power for 30 seconds when movement is detected by the built-in PIR.

Technical Specs:

  • Materials (case and cover): AL + PC
  • PCB materials: PC
  • Working current: 43mA
  • Input voltage (V): 8.4V system
  • Power (W): 50W
  • Luminous flux (lm): 4200lm
  • Colour temperature: 5400k
  • CRI: >75
  • External battery: 80Ah
  • Battery voltage: 8.4V system
  • Weather resistant: IP65
  • Battery life: 3 years
  • Solar panel: 2 x 60Wh (based on 6 hrs sun)
  • Battery run time: 10 days (based on 20 activations a day)
  • LED: Epistar 42 LED array
  • Working temperature (°C): 30°C to 50°C
  • Storage temperature: 45°C to 70°C
  • Beam angle: 90° to 100°
  • Charge time: 4 - 8hours
  • Dimensions: 115 x 85 x 82

What's in the box:

  • 1 x 50W Flood Light
  • LED charging indicator
  • 1 x 8.4V 80Wh Lithium Battery
  • 3 x Pipe Bracket & Fixings
  • 2 x 60W Solar Panel 

For technical specifications, please download the product brochure

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