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|Energy System - 16cm (W) x 11cm (L)|
|10 x Charge Connectors/3 Static White Bulbs|
|3m from Solar Panel to 1st Light|
A fantastic option for the eco-friendly homeowner!
This Solar Camping System is ideal for anyone looking to be more eco-friendly and to cut down on energy costs. This system has both integrated powering for both charging mobile phones and lighting. Composed of 3 lights, each light features a bright white LED bulb, and submits a powerful glow at night, enabling it to be used for cooking and reading in the home for example. It is ideal for the person on the move too, and is perfect for use in caravans and motor homes. At full charge, the camping system can charge up to 3 mobile phones, and comes supplied with 10 different Mobile connectors. These include I Phone, Blackberry, Nokia, Samsung, LG and Sony Eriksson to name but a few. If you are looking to cut down your energy costs and carbon footprint, then this is the perfect product for you!
Where the Mini Solar Camping System can be used:
Around The Home
How the Mini Solar Camping System works:
Powered by an external solar panel, this will recharge the solar system during daylight hours. At full charge, the 3 LED lights will work for up to 8 hours. Also, 3 mobile phones can be charged at once on full charge. The system is fitted with a battery indicator, and this will glow green when it is full charged. From here simply connect the correct phone charger or the bulbs to use your system. There is a 5m cable from the solar panel to the system, and a 3m cable from the system to the lights.
How the Mini Solar Camping System is installed:
Simply place the camping system’s solar panel in an area of direct sunlight.
When it is fully charged the batter indicator will glow green.
Ensure the system itself is placed in a dry and waterproof area.
Note: Although most solar products come pre-charged, this isn’t always the case. If batteries don’t appear to be charged, then switch on and allow a couple of days to charge.