Solar Lighting with Solar Lights
Solar Light Whiz’s range of solar lights and daylighting gives you lots of options when looking for solar lighting for your home or workplace.
Solar skylight alternatives are the ideal way to install solar light for lighting up dark area within your home or work place during the day.
Solar Lights – A Cost Effective Alternative Lighting System
A solar light is also a great and cost effective alternative to traditional skylights, especially in hard to reach places – or in internal areas where one single roof skylight wouldn’t be ideal for lighting the whole area up evenly – e.g. corridors, hallways, lower part of stair wells, walk-n robes etc.
Read more about solar LED lighting as an alternative to conventional skylights.
Solar Light Whiz gives you the opportunity to hook multiple solar lights up to one single solar panel (normally) placed on the roof. You can even get a dimmer for the solar lights – allowing you to dim or turn of your solar lighting. this could be very handy if you have solar lights installed in media rooms or bedrooms. You may also want to turn the solar lighting off, if you are going away for an extended period of time.
Turning your solar light off when you go away on holidays etc. will add additional life to the already very long life expectancy for your solar light (estimated at 50,000 hours of operation for solar light panels/Solar Light Whiz fixtures.
Solar Lighting Utilised at Night
Did you know that the Solar Light Whiz products may be used as solar lights during the day – and with our night pack option also can be turned into led interior lights?
The Solar light Whiz accessories for solar skylight alternatives and lighting include night packs, dimmers and an extensive range of wiring, including different kinds of splutters for use when connecting multiple solar lights to a single solar panel and various lengths of extension leads for connecting to solar panels and indoor solar lights.
Want to know more about solar lights Ebay alternatives and solar lighting? Have a read of this article which also talks about solar skylights and other types of solar lighting.