Solera Hybrid 365 Area Light

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August 13, 2021

Solera Solar Lighting Hybrid 365 introduces game-changing technology to leverage both solar and line voltage to power bright LED area lights, all night – every night. Hybrid 365 has an intelligent control module that knows to switch from cost-free solar power to line voltage only when the battery is depleted. Solera Solar Lighting’s unique all-in-one design delivers high performance, ease of installation and adjustability – unlike any other solar lighting.

• All-in-one design: Easy-to-install and operate; Easy-to-install solar panel

• Intelligent control module switches from cost-free solar to line voltage when needed

• Exclusive long-lasting battery withstands extreme temperatures

• Adjustable solar panel — multiple mounting and lens types available

• Fixture Operating Temperature Range = -40°F to 140°F

• Battery Charging Temperature Range = -4°F to 140°F

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