The power is provided by the sun. What else can be better than that? The solar panels charge the battery assembly during the day and the controller switches to power the light from that reserve at night. In the morning, the process repeats itself.
Since each system does not rely on the grid power, you are in complete control of your solar powered light. If you require the light to operate only certain times, our range of control options will allow you to program exactly what you require. And if the power goes down around you, your light will still shine on, never relying on anything else but the sun.
There is literally nothing to installing a commercial solar powered light. Set the pole with the specific foundation requirements and put the solar power assembly, fixture and fixture mounting bracket on the top of the pole. We here at SEPCO provide a complete installation guide with every system and are available to assist with any hiccups you come across during your installation process.
Did you know there is a Federal Tax Credit of 30% available to all commercial customers? There is also state and local tax benefits available for commercial and residential customers. For more information, check out DSIRE’s website.
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