SEPCO’s solar sign lighting systems are an efficient means to provide lighting without the need for standard utility power. Every system provides cost savings by eliminating the need to trench standard electric wires for installation and providing no electric bill for the life of the system. Solar sign lights have been installed on many business, kiosks, cities, colledges, schools and HOA signs and provide security, sustainability and an overall green image.
Solar Power for Sign Lighting
Every SEPCO solar sign lighting system comes complete with a self-contained solar power assembly sized to run the specified solar light fixture as per the requirements set by the customer. Our team designs each system by the power consumed by the fixture and available sun provided by the geographical location of installation. The battery backup provides a minimum set autonomy for extended battery life and to take into account local weather conditions.
Every Self-Contained Solar Power Assembly Features:
- Single solar panel array
- Optional full cover vented aluminum panel pan
- Welded rear channel mounting bracket
- Aluminum vented battery console with sealed GEL batteries
- All control electronics
- Welded aluminum power bracket to bolt to a pole or wall
Solar Sign Light Fixtures
Various style fixtures are available from standard narrow flood fixtures to wide flood fixtures. Each fixture provides the needed lighting levels and distribution pattern to provide the perfect lighting solution to meet the requirements of the application.
- Lamping options such as LED, CFL, LPS, HPS and Metal Halide
- Manufacturer supplied photometrics
- Dark Sky Certified fixtures available
- Diverse line of fixtures provided by our partnerships with Hubbell Brands
Solar Sign Light Fixture Mounting
- FB (Fixture) bracket provides a direct burial post top to provide ground mounting of fixtures.
- SP side of pole upsweep tapered elliptical mounting bracket, which comes in 4’, 6’ and 8’ lengths with a 24” rise, can also be used for mounting directly on the sign.