- Unpack all components carefully.
- Use the spike and place it into the the ground first on its own, then add the solar panel to this , adjust the angle let the solar module facing SOUTH toward mid day sun.
- The light heads can be spiked into the ground .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.
he 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 Ultra Solar Garden Spot Lights and they will last for years
all in all for the price and the fact you get 2 in a pack the ultra solar powered spotlight is ultra good! :) its not the brightest of lights but they do give out a very decent amount we are using it to highlight a little statue we have on a patio from both sides and they really do work its nice to look out at her in the night, I do think that it is very handy that you can adjust the panels as we found that in winter we changed these as the sun dropped below our neighbours fence so we were able to angle the little panel to get more light which helped us a great deal and made the lights last a lot longer