Commercial Solar LED Pathway Lighting

Pathways require reliable lighting to provide safety and security at night or early morning for pedestrians and bikers. Soltech takes into account the aesthetic of our all in one solar lighting systems to provide a simple, yet charming design. Our solar outdoor light meets the standard lighting requirements for public areas while avoiding the cost of installation of standard grid-powered lights. By consuming no electricity and using smart power technology, our solar street light battery lasts longer and delivers a better lighting output. What sets us apart in the industry is that one full charge gives the battery up to one-week autonomy.

Recommended solar powered lights for pathways

Sunlike and Cegonia are our solar lighting systems dedicated to pathways. They are easy to install and require virtually no maintenance. This elegant solar lighting solution provides a greater sense of safety during low light conditions. As self-contained units with their own fixtures and power systems, the lights can be installed quickly and effortlessly. They also use Philips LED chips to provide a wide range of lighting intensity depending on the environment.

  • Integrated all in one design with the fixture on one side and the panel on the other
  • Industry-leading Philips 5050 LEDs shine off-grid at 200 Lm/W efficiency for up to 7 full nights
  • Pivoting lamp in 3,000-5,700 Kelvins. Offered in 1,600-6,000 Lumens-industry leading value  
  • Automatic illumination in darkness. Versatile mounts with R/c motion-sense, timer, & output adjustment
  • Professional-grade solar panels with 20%+ transfer rate optimize charging speed
  • Grade A LifePO4 Battery Pack for 2000+ cycles. Optional self-heating battery
  • Streamline integrated panel fully charges light in under 8 hours while looking stealthy
  • Up to 52 WP of solar panel for charge up to 384Wh of battery for optimal performance
  • Industry-leading Philips 5050 LEDs shine off-grid at 200 Lm/W efficiency for up to 7 full nights
  • 90% Downward light distribution with 360-degree beam pattern perfect for large open spaces
  • Pivot lamp in 3,000-5,700 Kelvins for up to 122°F applications & optional self-heating battery
  • Automatic illumination in darkness. Remote control motion-sense, timer, & output adjustment
  • Rotating lamp & up to 64Wp of rotating solar panel fully charges light in under 6.5 hours
  • Mono-crystalline silicon panel charges Lithium Iron Phosphate battery for 2000+ cycles at 384Wh
  • Better panel size to battery ratio than the Sunlike optimizes charging on overcast days
  • Professional-grade solar panels with 20%+ transfer rate optimize charging speed

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Completely Off-Grid

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