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Aukey LT-SL1 Solar Powered PIR Garden/Pathway LED Lights

Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Some form of lighting is always a good idea at night, especially if you have a driveway with steps leading into your house or a garden with a shed. With that said, wiring the garden with wires is plain nuisance and that's where a solar powered lighting solution such as Aukey's LT-SL1 makes a lot of sense.
Aukey's LT-SL1 is both a garden light and a pathway light, and best of all, it comes with LEDs and a passive infrared sensor (PIR sensor), which triggers the light when a person/ or animal enters its field of view.
can detect anything within a 30 feet range
38 LEDs , PIR sensor and button
Aukey's LT-SL1 is essentially a solar powered PIR garden/pathway motion detector which works great as a security light in the garden or front porch.
IP65 waterproof/ weatherproof
weighs only 433 g 
 Light only comes on when activated by motion so this solar powered lighting solution by Aukey is great for outdoor illumination or for a garden dead zone.
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Built-in you will find two 18650 rechargeable batteries, each 3.7V 4000mah, which power the unit with a total of 4 watts. The batteries automatically recharge themselves via solar power so you don't have to. The solar power unit draws around 0.40 amps (40mAh).
size: 210 mm x115 mm x 85 mm (8.27" x 4.53" x 3.35")
You can adjust the LEDs' via four modes which include PIR Dim Mode (low lighting that turns bright when motion is detected), PIR Bright Mode (LEDs brightly light up for 20 seconds when motion is detected and turning off afterwards) and ON Mode (the LEDs stay on constantly). The fourth mode is OFF Mode and allows you to turn off the LEDs entirely. Here they are in action@
Aukey's LT-SL1 solar powered PIR garden/pathway LED lights produce strong enough steady light (500 lumens) for many hours.

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