- Unpack all components carefully.
- Use the spike and place it into the the ground , adjust the angle let the solar module facing SOUTH toward mid day sun.
- Before attempting to push the spike into the ground, please check that the ground is not too hard
- Switch the unit ON . The light will automatically be operational when the panel detects that it's dark enough
During the day the sun charge the rechargeable batteries inside the solar panel (like a bee ) that's why we called ourselves PowerBee .
When dusk falls the charge stored in the batteries power the lights.
In the morning the lights turn off automatically and charge up again ready for the night ahead.
The solar spotlight is fully automatic so you don't need to turn it on and off each night, but you can operate them manually if you like.
You may have to change the batteries every year or so but to be honest sometimes batteries can last for years
Try to look after your Ultima Solar Garden Spot Lights and they will last for years
Well worth the money. Looks expensive and sturdy. Placed in a sunny spot ,still on at 4 AM
Good Solar Powered Spot Lights
EXCEPTIONALLY well made, tested these through most of Jan and got some really good results, you can angle the solar panel to optimise the light which is very handy, the Ultima is a really classy spot light if you have the budget, but as usual you get what you pay for these days, and although they are a little more expensive I have absolutely no doubt they will last for years, and they work really well - very impressed with these lights