- Unpack all components carefully. - Choose a place where illumination needed at night. (the panel should be in a south facing position out of shade) - Fix the light by using provided mounting hole and screws.
During the day the sun charge the rechargeable batteries inside the solar panel (like a bee stores energy in honey :)) that's why we called ourselves PowerBee . The light will be activated when people present or move in the detecting zone (only light at the night) Or using the options on the remote control
This light works well and we're generally pleased with it. However, there are a couple of potential snags.Firstly, the supplied installation screws are far too short to go through the mounting holes on the light and grip securely into the supplied wall plugs. Silly mistake in design/packaging but you will need to get your own fixing screws. Maybe Powerbee can swap the screws over in their stock before sending the lights out?Secondly, the USB charging point is recessed into the light casing and here there is another design fault. The recess is too tight to take many types of USB charging cables. Therefore you will need to find a cable with a thin surround to its plug.