WEEE Number: 80133970
VT-724 SOLAR FLAME STICK LIGHT
|Illuminating Time||:6-8 hours after charged in one sunshine day.|
|Battery||:lx 2/3AAA rechargeable Ni-MH battery|
|Light Source||:12 pc warm white LED|
Thank you for selecting and buying the V-TAC product. V-TAC will serve you the best. Please read these instructions carefully before starting the installation and keep this manual handy for future reference. If you have any other queries, please contact our dealer or local vendor from whom you have purchased the product. They are trained and ready to serve you at your best.
- The light source of this luminaire is not replaceable, when the light source reaches its end of life the whole luminaire should be replaced.
- Installation should only be done by a certified electrician.
This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed of with other household wastes.
By converting sunlight into electricity, the solar panel charges the battery during the day and the inset sensor turns on the light automatically at dusk. The volume of solar energy converted and stored every day decides night lighting hours. It varies with the intensity of sunlight, user’s geography location, weather condition, and the season.
As the sunlight intensity decreases in winter, the light runtime reduces respectively.
- Solar panel
- Ground tube
- Plastic ground spike
INSTAI I ATION INSTRIISTIONS
Select a spot for the solar light where it can receive full sunlight (shade prevents the battery from being fully charged, thus reduces the lighting time). The garden lights cannot be placed near other light sources, such as streetlights, corridor lights. The light from these sources may automatically keep the solar light off.
Step 1. Fix the plastic ground spike into the ground until it’s firmly in place. If the ground is hard, soak the area with water to soften it (hammer cannot be used, it will destroy the plastic parts). Ensure the solar panel is pointed towards sunlight (Ref part 1).
Step 2. Install the ground tube on the plastic ground spike (Ref part 2).
Step 3. Remove the solar panel with LED Light from the light head (Ref part 3).
Step 4. Move the switch to the “ON” position (Ref part 4 & 5) and fix the solar panel with LED Light on the light head.
Step 5: Fix the Light head on the ground tube. Make sure it is firmly installed.
If your solar light does not turn on automatically at dusk, check the following:
- Make sure the switch is on the “ON “position.
- Make sure the battery Is fully charged:
a) Checking the location and position of the solar light so that the solar panel receives maximum direct sunlight.
b)On cloudy or rainy days, the battery cannot get a sufficient power supply in the daytime. It needs to be fully charged on a sunny day to ensure proper illumination at night.
- Keep away from other light sources: If the solar light is placed near other lights, such as streetlights, corridor lights, the inset sensor automatically acts to keep the solar light off. In this case, you may either turn off the adjacent lights or move the solar light away from them.
- Having done the above, check the solar light itself at night or in a dark room. If the lamp gives light but doesn’t last long, this suggests insufficient power storage. Please double-check this on sunshine days, if still not good working, it means, the battery has come to the life end, suggest replacing it with the new battery.
Note: Always keep the solar panel clean and free from dust, snow, etc.