Modern porch light – Solar lights utilize energy from the sun to provide night lighting without increasing your home energy bill. Solar lights can be placed in a variety of places to accent and light sidewalks, courtyards and porches. Installing a sun porch light gives visibility in the evening and can add security. The location of light is important to ensure that it receives sufficient solar energy. Placing light on places that receive direct sunlight and avoiding nearby lights will increase sunlight efficiency.
How to install a sun modern porch light. Select a location for the modern porch light. The place you choose must have plenty of light to provide appropriate payment for the sun’s light battery. Placing light on a handrail or lower position will ensure it receives more direct sunlight. Avoid places where nearby lights can prevent the photocell on the light from turning at night. A photocell is a sensor unit that turns on a light and turns off the surrounding amount of light. Remove any protective film over solar panels. Slide a connector on the sunlight to the auto position. Place the light in the desired location. Using a pencil, mark the location of the mounting holes at the bottom of the light. Take sunlight.
Drill two holes with a drill and a drill. Place modern porch light above the preloaded holes. Line up the mounting holes at the base of the light with the pre-drilled holes. Drive the supplied mounting screws through the mounting holes and into the boreholes to ensure light. Attach the rod to the base. If your sunlight has a pole to be installed on the base, set it by tightening the supplied nuts on the mast with an L-shaped key or a Allen key. Drive the supplied mounting screws through the mounting holes and into the boreholes to ensure light.