Plaza - Outdoor Wall Lantern
The Plaza Solar RLM Light with Adjustable Gooseneck Arm 119B50044 is easy to install and maintain. The light’s product manual includes a step by step for mounting this light to any outdoor surface. For maintenance, simply keep the solar panel clean and free of debris by gently wiping the area with a washcloth that is damp with water. Do not use cleaning chemicals on the solar panels. The interesting shape of this wall lantern makes it practical and aesthetically pleasing. Use the Plaza in professional outdoor settings such as corporate offices, warehouses, or recreational facilities.
- Morph Technology. The Plaza features Gama Sonic’s latest Morph Solar Panel Technology, which allows the fixture to absorb even more sunlight for power. While still using monocrystalline solar panels, the size of these panels is not limited, as the fixture itself is able to morph into a solar panel.
- Two Mounting Options. The Plaza Solar RLM Light has an adjustable gooseneck arm that can extend up to 23-inches, allowing for more customization when implementing this fixture onto your property.
- New Solar Technology. The Plaza operates with our newest GS Solar Light Bulb technology, where we have taken the benefits of a conventional light bulb and upgraded these systems into a solar-powered lamp. This technology emulates an electrical light bulb with well-placed solar LEDs inside the bulb itself. The 119B50044 is compatible with the A60BW20W.
- Completely Solar Powered. This fixture is entirely dependent on the energy of the sun for operation, which eliminates the need for electrical wires and widens the scope of customizability in terms of fixture placement on your property.
- Built to Last. Every component of this light is made with the goal of maximum longevity. The lithium-ion battery pack that powers the fixture has a lifespan of roughly 1,000 charges. This battery pack is easily replaceable. The integrated LEDs in the light bulb of the fixture – which is also replaceable – can operate for up to 50,000 hours, or approximately 5 years.