Full mAh capacity range of NiMH (the good chemistry) rechargeable batteries for Solar Lights are now available!
Solar lights for the home and garden come with pre-installed, pre-charged batteries from most (safe to say, all) manufacturers when you buy them online or directly at stores. What many people don't realize is that these rechargeable batteries will eventually run their course and lose all of their effective capacity after about 2 years of nightly use. These solar light batteries are almost always r...
CES 2016: Solar Powered Gadgets of the Future.
by Maria Juniper, Contributing Editor The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a prominent global electronics and technology focused trade show that takes place every year in Las Vegas. Held in January each year, it is known for introducing the latest technology trends and most innovative electronics. This year, solar energy was at the forefront with a huge variety of tech that uti...
Holiday Gift Guide: Solar Tech for your Home, Kids, and the Outdoors.
by Maria Juniper, Contributing Editor The gift that keeps on giving has never been greener, and the time to buy one for your friend or loved one is quickly approaching. This year for the holidays, instead of giving some trite piece of clothing or kitchen appliance, try looking for the perfect gifts for those eco-friendly friends who wants to help benefit the environment, or perhaps for a family...
The Benefits of Floatovoltaics.
by Maria Juniper, Contributing Editor Now that most governments, environmental organizations, scientists and even the Catholic Church have agreed on the need to combat climate change, innovative solutions are being sought in many quarters. The old ways of doing things simply won't cut it now that we're aware of the harmful effects of traditional means of power generation, such as the burning of...
Solar light batteries come in all sorts of shapes and sizes.
We have received many inquiries regarding the various sizes of rechargeable batteries for solar lights. There are a few reasons why manufacturers choose one size over the other. They are as follows: Compact size means a smaller battery compartment and overall smaller solar light for the customer. Chemistry choice will determine the Voltage output for like-sized batteries. Commonly used...

The Bollards are Back!

Posted By: Your Solar Link Team on January 22, 2014 in Solar News, Solar Products Customers' Reviews - Comments: No Comments »

Solar Bollard Light Poolside

Solar Bollard Light sunrise, poolside (Image courtesy Your Solar Link).

The Solar Bollard Lights have found their way poolside, again showing their diversity in locale.  Not only do they make great lights for intimate patio settings, they also illuminate larger areas in open spaces by a pool in rural San Diego County.

Mounted to a 2 x 10 board, they are sturdy enough to withstand windy conditions while being doused with water during swimming exercises.  With an aluminum body that is powder-coated in black, they quietly gather energy during the day in order to illuminate with elegance at night.

Solar Bollard Light Outdoors

Solar Bollard Light outdoors, poolside (Image courtesy Your Solar Link).

Sure, they are one of the more expensive solar lights on the market, but the payback is returned in no time at all.  One, they are off the grid (you know, no electricity to fuss with or pay for).  Two, they are totally safe around kids, pets and by pools (again, no electricity to shock your family or friends.  Nobody wants that.) Third, you are not letting the utility companies bill you to illuminate your landscape, ever!  Fourth, no black outs.  And if there is, you can just bring your Solar Bollard Light indoors and play that crucial hand of Texas Hold-Em!  And finally, they are just plain cool and make perfect sense (see above).

The power is yours (literally).  Going solar today is a reality we live in and can all enjoy.

Solar Bollard Light at night (Image courtesy Your Solar Link).

Rechargeable Batteries Get a New Power Boost!

Posted By: Your Solar Link Team on January 6, 2014 in Latest Technology, Solar News - Comments: No Comments »

Typical solar light rechargeable batteries.

Scientists have successfully used transmission electron microscopy (typically used to study wet environments) in rechargeable battery research.  This is great news for the solar light industry in that it will pave the way for more efficient and effective uses for electricity storage units (i.e.: “rechargeable batteries”).  Why, you may ask, is this important for a product that has existed for decades?  The answer is simple.  The more efficient the battery, the less materials they will require and the longer they will last.  This is a win-win scenario for natural resource conservation and user autonomy.

Exchange of ions within rechargeable battery showing "swelling" in bottom frame at right. (Image courtesy of www.pubs.acs.org)

Researchers using the new application have been able to build a battery so small that several of these efficient units could fit on the face of a US dime.  An incredible power source that can feed the needed juices to light up solar light LEDs around your home (new lights are sure to follow with the every-evolving capacity of solar panels) where the whole light may literally be the size of a quarter with the coming age of nanotechnology.  Efficient solar lights are available right now that will surely add that needed light around your gardens, and the market is soon to swell with even more crowd-pleasing products as scientists bring us into the new age of self-sufficiency off of an outdated electricity grid.

Solar path lights feeding off NiCad rechargeable batteries.

Solar path lights feeding off NiCad rechargeable batteries.


 
 


Juicebar Pocket Solar Charger.
This stylish, sleek and reliable pocket size Universal Battery Charger (Juicebar Solar Charger) is proven to be your best friend in a situation when conventional electric supply is not available or if you are trying to use eco-friendly renewable power supplies.
Great as a solar phone charger for any type of Mobile Phones, IPhones, PSA, PDA, Mp3 Players, Satellite Navigation, and much more.
Get it HERE.

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Solar Garden Lights


SOLAR PATH LIGHTS.
Stainless Steel Conical Solar Path Light (Set of 2).
Path solar lights are an excellent choice for lighting your garden paths, walkways, driveway perimeters and other regions in your landscape. They are often used in multiples to guide the way along a set of stairs or a dark walk.
Featured Stainless Steel Solar Light set uses 2 ultra-bright LEDs for maximum light output and minimum battery usage.
The lights are safe around kids and pets and water and corrosion resistant.
Read more HERE

STONE SOLAR SPOT LIGHTS.

Stone Solar Spot Lights (also known as Solar Rock Lights) completely camouflage with existing landscapes and look like any other rock in your garden.

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Solar Fountain Pump System

SOLAR GARDEN FOUNTAINS.
How to start using ecologically friendly energy to power up your garden fountains and other garden water features?
Why not go with a solar powered water pump?
To accommodate your needs the Solar Fountain Pump Systems we carry range from 2 to 8 Watt. Browse our collection of solar water pumps for your fish ponds and solar fountains.
Enjoy your garden water features and your energy savings at the same time. Make a note of the various power levels and the flow rate of the solar water pumps before your purchase.
Please write us your review after your purchase. Your opinion is important to us!

HOW TO INSTALL A SOLAR PATH LIGHT.

Stone Cylinder Solar Path Lights (Set of 2).
See how easy it is to install a solar light. No wiring required!
In this particular case a ground fastener and a stake are included for quick and easy installation. Read more HERE

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DECORATIVE SOLAR ACCENT LIGHTS.

Solar accent lights (Set of 2) create an enjoyable and inviting glow for your landscape.
They are designed to mark a place.


Super High Output Spot Light

Solar Spot Light - $26.99
Super High Output Spot Light (4 Super Bright LEDs). Free Shipping!



Solar spot lights like this one rely on energy from the sun to charge their batteries and provide light throughout the night.
This means that there is no need to tap into the electrical grid for these lights to operate.
The solar spot lights will work consistently, even if the whole neighborhood is dealing with a power outage.
Learn more about Solar Spot Lights at http://www.yoursolarlink.com/solar-spot-lights, where we have a great selection of solar spot lights to choose from.

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