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Install our Solar Lights directly on the wall or on the pole. The selection of pole height is according to the width of the road. Use the road width or slightly larger as a good rule of thumb when deciding on height of pole. For example, a single-lane rural roads is typically 3-4 meters (10 to 13 feet) pole. While a double-lane rural roads will be approximately 5-7 meters (16 to 23 feet) pole. For courtyard or other area lighting needs will depend on the lighting range required.
Using the wattage according to the purpose of the lamp, the height of the pole, and the lumen value of the LED street lamp is important in the calculation. As a rule of thumb, fewer pedestrians can choose LED lamp heads with slightly lower wattage, and higher pedestrian traffic can choose LED lamp holders with slightly higher wattage. The higher the pole, the higher the wattage of the LED lamp head. The 3-4 meter pole is a good option when choosing 15-20 watts. The 8-12 meter pole is a good option when choosing a 50-100 watt LED lamp heads.
The solar panel needs to face the direction with the most sunshine. It should be noted that the direction of the solar panel can be adjusted appropriately according to the occlusion of buildings or trees, generally within 20 degrees to the west or east.
“Outdoor solar lights are easy to install and virtually maintenance free. Best of all, using them won’t increase your electric bill. … Outdoor solar lighting systems use solar cells, which convert sunlight into electricity. The electricity is stored in batteries for use at night.” https://www.energy.gov/energysaver/
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