Designer Edge L-949 Solar LED Lights For Backyard Shed

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Designer Edge L-949 Solar LED Lights For Backyard Shed

Here’s a little cool device that I think should be very useful to light up the shed in your backyard. It is the L-949 LED lights from Designers Edge. Here’s the interesting feature, the LED lights are solar powered.

If you have a small shed or garage in your backyard, you may need a light source if you were to look for stuff in there. To affix a lighting fixture, you may need to pull a power cable from your house to your shed. That will require additional wiring and not to mention electricity cost.

A simpler solution is to use the L-949 LED lights. Since it is solar powered, there is no need for wiring works and no additional electricity cost.

Lights are emitted from the unit with 10 LEDs which will last for up to 100,000 hours. The LEDs are powered by a Photovoltaic (PV) panel with a 20 foot extension cable. Meaning the solar panel can be located simply on the roof of the shed.

On a full charge, with all 10 LEDs switched on, it will give you up to 2 hours of light. If you were to use only 5 LEDs, it will last up to 4 hours. The unit can be attached on the ceiling of your shed to provide maximum illumination. It has a pull chain which allow easy on and off.

The L-949 from Designers Edge offers you a simple and yet effective solution to brighten a backyard shed using the free energy from the sun. The L-949 is available from for only $24.46. To make your purchase, click here.

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By | 2012-07-28T09:03:49+00:00 May 6th, 2010|Energy Efficient|3 Comments

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  1. Duane Morris January 20, 2011 at 8:13 am

    At first, I had doubt to buy this thing because of so many complaints in some reviews regarding this product. But I guess I need to try it first to make sure that their reviews are all right.

  2. Brad January 24, 2011 at 7:06 pm

    They look like a great idea. Often you find that shed builders want to have light in their shed but to get an electrician to do the work is way too expensive. These are a great cost-effective solution and for larger sheds you could easily afford to have more than one.

  3. Nathan February 1, 2012 at 2:08 pm

    Many solar lighting users mistake that any type of battery is compatible to their devices. This is only a misconception. A wrong battery may seem to work in the beginning, but with in a short time it will damage the solar fixture. This is true with all cases of similar devises, from a low cost flash light to costly laptop computer.

    Many experts in battery technology recommend continued use of the particular type of battery and even suggest using a specific brand in a particular electronic device. Solar lighting fixtures have special sensitivity to the battery it uses, because solar light requires integrity of three basic components like solar panel, light (LED, HALOGEN or CFL) and the charging feature of the battery itself.

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