Sun Mate Solar House Number Light

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FOR SALE, SBT Automation is proud to offer you another smart product for your home : Sun Mate Solar Powered House Number Light Kit (Model number 221). Do you like your pizza hot or cold ? Is 911 established in your area ? Visitors have hard time finding your house ? Can ambulance, police, firefighters, doctors locate your home quickly in case of emergency ? Here is the solution to your problem. The Sun Mate Solar Powered House Number Light Kit is visible in daylight as well as at night. This is a complete kit that comes with detachable solar panel, frame, numbers, controller and rechargeable batteries.  This kit can be mounted on a 2′ pole that comes with the kit or on a vertical flat surface. The light source is a bank of industrial sized LEDs and with a full charge the Sun Mate Solar Powered House Number Light Kit will illuminate all night long.  This is a quality product! ADVANTAGES :   + Always visible                             + Energy Efficient                            + Visible up to 150′, 50m in a straight line                            + Easy installation                            + LED lamps have a life beyond 10 years                           +   Low power consumption                             + Stylish design will complement your home It can be important to be able to quickly identify a residence in case of an emergency. Is your house easy to identify? Even at night? Does your neighborhood association require a lighted and visible address sign at your location? Price : $49.95 (US).  Shipping charges will apply.  Our terms are cash, check or charge. To order, log onto the SBT Automation web site at www.sbtdesigns.com. There is a secure order form available.  Or, call or write: SBT Automation 25840 IH-10 West #4 Boerne, Texas 78006 210-698-7109 FAX: 210-698-7147

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The light source is a bank of industrial sized LEDs and with a full charge the Sun Mate Solar Powered House Number Light Kit will illuminate all night long.

"with a full charge…" So what about during the winter (shorter days)?  What happens if it’s a foggy or cloudy (rainy) day?  Any battery-backup or alternate AC power source?  It sounds like it would work fine in a location that gets lots of sun, but for the rest of us a couple rainy days in a row and we’d have no light… —                                                 Brett Carver                                                 (707) 577-4344

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