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Solar Feeder floodlight and pier floodlight help #2368878 06/14/11 01:39 PM
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I'm trying to find info on two solar flood lights.

1. A green solar floodlight system that is solar powered that I can use to illuminate my deer feeder (motion sensor a plus), it would be nice if it was motion activated. I've tried elusive wildlife kill lights, but it is too weak. I'm not handy with electrical stuff so I'm hesitant to jerry rig a home depot floodlight to a solar panel.

2. A solar floodlight for the new pier on a decent sized stock tank. Except I'm trying to find one that does not have motion sensor and can be turned off and on manually.


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Re: Solar Feeder floodlight and pier floodlight help [Re: RanchoStarvo] #2369072 06/14/11 03:32 PM
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Home Depot has exactly what you are looking for.

http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1v/R-...catalogId=10053

Just search for Solar Light if the above link doesn't work.


Re: Solar Feeder floodlight and pier floodlight help [Re: RanchoStarvo] #2369083 06/14/11 03:40 PM
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I use the solar floodlights from Harbor Freight. $14.99 for 2 of them. If you can find a flyer in the store you get 20%. they work wonderful. I have four of them attached to my feeder lighting paths off each leg. They have double AA batteries that can be replaced after they will no longer charge. I have noticed that extra light seems to keep the hogs at bay. Since i have had them up a have a lot deer more coming to the feeders than hogs.


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