$43.99

Indoor Solar Barn Lights,Kyson Solar Powered Led Shed Light with On Off Switch and Pull Cord Also E27 Socket Low Voltage 3V Replaceable Vintage Edison Bulb

4 out of 5
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Kyson Remote Controlled Solar Shed Light is ideal for illuminating outdoor buildings in an eco-friendly, efficient way. Having a classical and almost industrial look to it, it is stylish enough to be placed to add and highlight areas inside and underneath your pergola or inside of your Summer…

3 reviews for "Indoor Solar Barn Lights,Kyson Solar Powered Led Shed Light with On Off Switch and Pull Cord Also E27 Socket Low Voltage 3V Replaceable Vintage Edison Bulb"

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    DON’T DO IT! DON’T BUY FROM THIS COMPANY! These were for my Barn. (It’s called a barn light) Wintertime gets dark sooner, so light is very important. They do not work in the cold weather. Yes they are fully charged, they work for about 3 minutes then they go off, they will not come back on until it is warm outside. Cool nights apparently interfere with their operation. I have SIX of them, they worked just long enough to get past the return window. Don’t bother with them if you really need light.

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    DON’T DO IT! DON’T BUY FROM THIS COMPANY! These were for my Barn. (It’s called a barn light) Wintertime gets dark sooner, so light is very important. They do not work in the cold weather. Yes they are fully charged, they work for about 3 minutes then they go off, they will not come back on until it is warm outside. Cool nights apparently interfere with their operation. I have SIX of them, they worked just long enough to get past the return window. Don’t bother with them if you really need light.

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    My darling wife asked me a month or so ago if we could add a small light to the inside of our chicken coop. I found this model, and liked that it was solar powered & had an easy pull chain on/off. I never used the remote control, and doubt that I ever will.The light isn’t intensely bright. It IS plenty bright enough (bright yellow color) to light up the inside of the coop at night when we’re closing it up & collecting eggs.So why the 2 star rating?Well….the light worked great for a month or so. As others have written, the solar panel has VERY limited adjustments. You can’t easily adjust the panel angle.After a month, the light bulb was very dim. Sometimes I’d see a brighter flash when I first turned it on, then it was extremely dim.Taking the solar panel apart (6 or 8 screws on the back panel), I found a 18650 battery. Its voltage was about 3.8 volts, telling me that it was pretty well discharged. There was a red & a black wire to each end of the battery slot (see picture)I undid the 2 baby Philips head screws holding the circuit board in place (to see both sides), and found no “burned” components.BUT….as I was moving the circuit board, I noticed that the blob of solder holding the red wire to the battery compartment tab had popped loose. There was probably enough contact to pass a wee bit of current (making the dim light bulb), but not enough to really charge the battery or feed enough current to the LED light bulb for it to work properly.I popped the battery in a charger for an hour to give it some juice, and re-soldered the red wire. It should be noted that the solder “blobs” on both red & black battery compartment tabs were dull & grainy looking, not shiny. This tells me that they were soldered at too low a temperature.The light works properly now, after some work on my part.

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