In Focus: Solar Dock Lights
On any coastal town, docks are a familiar sight to see. A lot of times people go out early in the morning and come home late at night. Providing power for lighting to these areas can be complicated, especially if no infrastructure is nearby. Solar power for the dock lights can be the perfect solution, as well as solar for powering small tools needed for the maintenance of the boat and dock alike.
Solar dock lights range from small one LED fixture to bright high powered flood lights. These lights can be easily powered by solar since shading is typically not an issue and the units are self-contained and do not require additional wiring brought to the dock location.
The lights can be powered from dusk to dawn or for any other type of run profile. They can also be switch activated to run only when you require them to run. The battery backup is sized for the application you require and be remotely mounted.
Solar power systems can be used to provide power for other applications as well including to operate small tools or other charging applications. The solar power can be mounted along with the lighting applications providing sustainable power to fit both needs.
SEPCO—Solar Electric Power Company is a worldwide leader in outdoor solar lighting for over 20 years. SEPCO founder, Steve Robbins, invented the first commercial solar street light over 25 years ago. As demonstrated through thousands of projects around the world, SEPCO solar light systems feature rugged commercial-grade construction combined with unparalleled quality, performance, reliability, 25+ year system life expectancy and the best warranty in the business. Please visit our website at www.sepco-solarlighting.com for more details on how SEPCO can help you illuminate streets, roadways, parking lots, pathways, parks, signs, bus shelters, etc. with the power clean, renewable solar energy.
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