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When buying a garden light, it is important to know the source of power. When making a garden light, manufacturers usually use three power sources: solar energy, low voltage and high voltage. Lights with low voltage need to have a voltage of 10-14 V to work properly. Low voltage systems save energy, are safe and easy to install. You can also use LED or Halogen lamps with low voltage power supplies.

To operate correctly, high voltage systems need a power supply of 120V. It takes a lot of time to install such a lighting system. This lighting system is not energy efficient and will cause an increase in utility bills. This system is ideal for resorts and hotels.

Lighting systems with solar energy as their power supply is highly preferable as they are energy-efficient, affordable, and environment-friendly. These lighting systems require only solar panels to absorb the sun's rays, and then charge the circuit. The bulbs will be lit up throughout the night once they are fully charged. Motion sensors in garden lights can alert you of intruders. How? The sensors detect movement and turn on the lights when someone is in the area. This allows you to detect if anyone is lurking in your garden, and you can get immediate assistance.

You can program your lighting systems with a timer, which can save you a lot of energy. You can save tons of electricity by setting a timer to your garden lights so that they only light up at the time you set. Photosensitive sensors are light sensors that can detect the intensity of outdoor lighting and signal an automatic lighting system. These sensors sense the intensity of an outdoor light and alert the circuit when it is low. The signal is received by the bulbs and the bulbs turn on automatically to illuminate the area. The lamps automatically turn off when the outdoor light intensity rises. This saves energy and eliminates the need to turn on the bulbs each day. The lighting system will not work if the battery life is short. The average battery life for solar-powered bulbs should be between 8-10 hours. For LED bulbs, however, the battery life may be up to a few months or even weeks.

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