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LED Solar Pavement Marker Light up the Dock in the United States
Find your dock in the dark. These industrial-strength lights will add illumination to your sidewalk, allowing you to see it from your boat without worry. Thanks to the solar power of this amazing light, you can confidently park on the dock even in the lowest light conditions. These solar pavement markers are reflective and also add to the safety of the dock.
On many docks in the United States, these little solar pavement markers can be seen everywhere, but in other countries, you can see more of these solar pavement markers installed on the road, so why do these lights appear on the dock? These are mainly determined based on these characteristics of the solar pavement marker.
First, these solar pavement markers are made of anodized aluminum and can be used in any harsh marine environment. These are even resistant to salt water and strong sun exposure. Can be used for a long time.
Secondly, led solar pavement markers use solar panels to charge the battery. When the light is sufficient, the solar panel generates current and voltage under the light to charge the battery. The battery outputs power to the load. So they are very convenient to use and no wiring is required.
This solar pavement marker with 6 LED lights is the ideal way to illuminate points of failure on docks, decks, passages and even transition areas. Just install a few LED deck lights in hard-to-reach places to help your family and friends navigate easily. This solar pavement marker also features a low profile design with a long-lasting solar rechargeable battery that charges during the day, automatically lights up at dusk and lasts all night for peace of mind.
In fact, in addition to the application on the deck, the application scenarios of solar pavement markers are as follows:
1. The road section with more than four lanes back and forth, but there is no isolation belt in the middle and there is insufficient light at night;
2. At the intersection/zebra crossing (slow down prompt);
3. Sharp turning roads;
4. Foggy areas (seaside, airport roads);
5. Highways and roads without street lights;
6. The location of the guide line at the entrance and exit of the elevated and tunnel;
7. Vehicle shunt (around the horizontal line of the triangle);
8. Railway ramp crossing;
9. On the lane line of the toll station;
10. Accident-prone areas;
11. Urban sidewalks, park paths and other areas and roads that need to be beautified at night.