Solar Mate II lighting kit

£132.51

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Description

Description
The Solar Mate „ C lighting kits are ideal for providing essential light and electrical power to any outdoor buildings such as sheds, workshops, summer houses, stables, agricultural buildings etc
 
This Kit delivers twice the power and brightness of a Solar Mate I making it suitable for a workshop, larger stables, greenhouses, agricultural buildings etc. It's twin long life bulbs illuminate an area of 32 sq metres. Solar Mate "TMs solar panel will collect enough energy during the course of the day (even in Britain) to power its bulbs for between 5 and 7 hours every day of the year (5 hours in the winter "" 7 hours for the rest for the year).
  • Technical Specifications
  • 1 x 10W solar panel (35 year life expectancy)
  • 2 x 12V low energy Bulbs (40W equivalent) to illuminate an area of up to 32 square metres
  • 2 x Bulb holder
  • 1 x Wall switch
  • 7m Cabling and connectors
  • 4 x Roof/wall mountings
  • 1 x Instructions
  • 10 Year Warranty
General Information
Solar Mate lighting kits are a complete solution for generating light in outbuildings, sheds, caravans and workshops.
 
The kit comprises a high power solar panel which is suitable for UK weather conditions and all the necessary fixings and cables to be up and running. Just add a 75 or 85 Ah car or caravan battery (not included but available from most motoring / caravanning shops) to complete the installation and get free electricity from solar power.

Ease of use
A Solar Mate kit is quick and easy to install, requiring no special tools and can be operating within 1-2 hours.
 
Power Supplied
Depending on your needs there is a choice of kits! A Solar Mate I can power a 5 Watt light bulb for up to 7 hours a day, whilst a Solar Mate V can power six 8 Watt fluorescent tubes for up to 8 hours a day.

Size "" 397x215x25mm
Weight "" 2.9kgs

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  • Manufactured by: Solar Technology