Solarium Solar Spotlight (w/ Built-in Motion Sensor)
The brightest, longest-lasting solar security light on
the market today!
The AMP® Solarium Solar Spotlight revolutionizes the
way professionals will view solar security lights. With a full
solar charge, this fixture boasts an impressive 200 lumens of light
output and can detect nearby motion for up to 4-8 hours each night
(depending on the charge). With the built-in PIR motion sensor,
this fixture allows you to expand a client's home security with a
motion-sensing landscape lighting system. When tripped, the sensor
will activate the LED spotlight to provide balanced illumination
where desired. This outdoor solar lighting device provides a
no-energy-cost security lighting solution ideal for any property to
detect, identify, and deter intruders
• Brightest spotlight on the market - 200 lumens (detects nearby
motion for 4-8 hours depending on the charge).
• Solid cast brass construction for lifetime durability.
• Natural bronze finish that will continue to beautify as it
• Multiple, heavy-duty toothed and tool-less knuckles for easy
adjustment and superior lockability that allow precise aiming of
light and the ball joint (gimbal) knuckle allows for maximum sun
exposure at the same time.
• Monocrystalline solar panel. Includes a built-in
• Built-in PIR motion sensor detects movement up to 23ft at a
120° detection angle.
• Integrated LED light source remains ON for 15 seconds upon
• Brass riser houses an easily replaceable battery pack and
keeps the fixture off the ground.
• Watertight Silicone O-Ring - prevents water from entering the
• Extra-long (1-inch) strip-resistant threading and solid brass
lock-nut provide superior mounting stability.
• Battery: VSAC-BAT1 Li-Ion DC3.7V 5.2Ah 20Wh.
• IP65 Rated.
• Warranty: Lifetime (Fixture), 2-Year (Battery & Panel), 1-Year
Orientation Note: This fixture is designed as
an up-light only.
Charging: Solar products require a
full charge before use. It's best to charge them for a full 24
hours prior to use. To do this, the fixture must be "ON." When you
receive it, it will be "OFF." Push the "ON" button on the back of
the fixture once. Most of the time, if you cover the solar panel
for a while, there will be enough charge for the fixture to light
up to ensure it is "ON."