Perfect for any utility, recreational or emergency lighting uses where power is not available, the solar-powered InteliEnergy Lamp works as a flashlight, a table lamp, and as a re-locatable wall-mounted fixture, delivering the light you need, and serving as a smart power source for USB device charging. The InteliEnergy Lamp measures 14.75-inches tall with a base width diameter of 6-inches.
The InteliEnergy Lamp comes complete with 5W Solar panel (10.75 x 8.75-inches), a 15-foot cable, 3 LFP batteries, shade visor and 2 wall brackets. Additional wall brackets and accessories can be ordered here.
The InteliEnergy Lamp - Smart by Design
Ready for Any Use
Rotate the arm, tilt the top, and bring the light to where you need it most. If it's a little too bright, snap on the included shade visor for extra control. For power outages or for locations that never had power in the first place, the InteliEnergy Lamp will help get you through the night.
The InteliEnergy Lamp’s smart and efficient LED lighting provides the best illumination per dollar of energy — hands down.
With patent pending processing, rechargeable batteries, solar panel, long lasting LEDs and durable materials throughout, the InteliEnergy Lamp will reliably light your space and keep your cell phone, tablet, camera and other USB devices powered for daily use.
Reliable as the Sunrise
The InteliEnergy Lamp’s included solar panel provides a on-going, sustained energy source that’s more reliable than standard batteries. Numerous smart features allow the InteliEnergy Lamp to continuously and safely harvest the sun’s energy to charge the lamp for optimal lighting and USB device charging performance.
The lamp's microprocessors auto-sense battery type as they are easily installed, and applies the correct charge sequence. The system never over charges or over depletes the batteries. Status LEDs let you know the current state. The lamp also auto-senses the size and power of a connected solar panel and optimizes charging. Need more power? Additional solar panels can be added for more current on those really dark days, or to provide battery and USB charging at the same time.
FCC: Part 15 Subpart B Section 15.107 & 15.109
Canada: ICES-005 Issue 4
CE: EN 55015 (2013), EN 61000-3-2 (2014), EN 61000-3-3 (2013) and EN 61547 (2009)