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Christmas Lights Powered by Solar Energy

By Edited May 16, 2015 0 0

Even for those people who do not celebrate Christmas, many of them still enjoy the color and delight of Christmas light displays. These lights can take a dark and gloomy street and turn it into a Christmas wonderland. Displays both large and small come together to bring Christmas cheer to all. However, these displays do cost money to operate, both in the actual lights and the energy to power them. This results in some people not putting up lights at all. If they know about a product called solar Christmas lights, they would have a change of plans. Christmas lights powered by solar energy require no direct power to operate.

These lights are just as beautiful and colorful as the ones that plug into the wall. They come in several forms including net and string lights. String lights, the more common of the two, have a series of L

Solar Christmas Lights
D bulbs at equal spacing across their length. These bulbs come in many colors and shine with prominence. The flexibility of these strings allows them to be placed in many locations, including on shingles, around trees and over windows. Net lights look just like a net and have lights placed throughout them. They work well when draped over plants and the ground.

All of these systems have a solar panel which absorbs sun energy and turns it into electricity. The onboard battery pack recharges every day. These systems require no energy from your home, thereby eliminating energy costs. The battery inside the panel can last for about two Christmas seasons before needing replacement. However, this time may be less since the battery sits for almost a year between uses.
To firmly attach these lights to structures, plastic and sticky clips can be used. These clips become available in stores around the holidays and are easy to use.

With the use of these amazing solar Christmas lights, people can now create the light displays they desire without breaking the bank. These outdoor-safe lights are just as colorful and effective as their wires counterparts.
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