40w - 3
40w - 5
Product Code: SOLL011/40
Product Availability: In stock

40W Solar Flood Light, Day or Night Operation, Remote Controlled

  • Adjustable lamp and panel brackets

  • Purpose designed wide and a forward throw diffuser

  • Illuminate large areas effectively

  • High quality inbuilt lithium battery

  • Constant lighting (no P.I.R)

  • Remote controls ON/OFF, dimmer, and timer functions

  • Surface or post mountable

  • Custom bracketing or powder coated poles available on request

  • Light will operate during daylight hours to illuminate large enclosed areas

  • 3800mm panel to light head cable

  • 1 year warranty for faulty workmanship or component failure not influenced by external means

The flood light’s wide diffuser is purpose designed to spread and throw the light illuminating large areas effectively. This model does not use a P.I.R (passive infrared sensor) ensuring constant illumination of the area. The supplied remote controls on/off, dimmer, and timer functions offering the ability to program the light to specific site conditions. Solar panel and light head mounting hardware included allowing the panel to be installed up to 3800mm from the light head. The unique design and programming of this light allows it to be operated during the day for lighting farm sheds, garden sheds or any enclosed areas that require lighting during the day.



Solar Panel Wattage


LED Output


Lumen Output

4000 lm

Battery Type


Battery Specifications

11.1V 4AH (44.4Wh)


> 5 Nights, setting dependent

Correlated Colour Temp (CCT)


Fixture Size

189 (I) x 103 (w) x 79 (h) mm

Light Source

OSRAM 2835


6 hours

Mounting Height

4 - 5 metres


Wall or post


Moulded polycarbonate

Warranty Period

1 year

Additional Information
Operational Modes

Constant output lighting, no P.I.R (passive infrared sensor). Remote control over ON/OFF, dimmer, timer and day or night operation.

What is a Lumen?

In simple terms, Lumens are a measure of the total amount of visible light from a lamp or light source. The higher the lumen rating, the “brighter” the lamp will work.

How does this compare with other light sources?

Familiar examples
• A typical 4 x D cell battery maglite will emit approx. 70 lumens
*The PIR (passive infrared sensor) is activated by movement and acts as a power saving feature. The light will operates at 4 LEDs output until the PIR is activated where it will operate at 100% until no movement is detected returning to 4 LEDs output.