Solar spot lights, just like the other popular outdoor solar lighting, rely on the energy coming from our sun to offer sufficient lighting during the night time. And because the gadget runs on solar power, home owners need not connect into the electric grid to operate. This is great news, since dependence on the solar energy would only mean these solar spot lights will still work despite any possible incidents of brownout.
This type of outdoor solar lights is available as a single lighting unit or as a set of lights. Usually a pair of these lights comes with a corresponding solar panel which can be placed either near or far away from the lights. It is recommended that the solar panels of the lights are placed a few feet away from them.
The distance between the panels and these outdoor solar lights themselves actually allow for the former to optimally accept the energy from the rays of the sun, whether or not the lighting devices are exposed to the sun rays themselves. And while the solar panels of the spot lights are not built in, this means there are models that have more than average sizes. This allows for the solar spot lights to have more stored power which means longer lighting time.
More capacity to generate and store power also allow for multiple LED units to light up. It is ideal that 5 to up to 10 Light emitting diodes should be in solar spot lights in order to provide really powerful and bright illumination. The strong and focused light is the reason why it is called a spot light in the first place. If a light only has one or two LED, then this has less illumination, much like an accent lighting gadget.
Solar spot lights are best utilized to provide bright lighting on most part of your garden during the evening. You can train the light on a particular décor or tree to draw attention to it. Such lights are also ideal for making your garden and walkway visible and safe for your night visitors to walk through.