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In search of a solar lamp for our park place, I found no lamp suitable for a pole, neither cheap nor expensive. All I found were solar lamps ...
This lamp is the best one I found, and was approx 100$. Made for wall mount, it features: LED panel, 80 LEDs, totaling 6W PIR and sunlight detector, ...
This is a galvanized iron pole, with a plastic attachment piece with a brace on its top. Diameter is similar to those used in fences.
This salad bowl is made of polypropylene. Diameter: 34 cm (approx 13.4 inches).
Several on-hand things were useful: PVC L profile Wooden stick, rectangular profile Scrap plywood Plexiglas (leftover from other projects), 2.4 mm thick Silicon sealant Various screws and bolts ...
As seen in Step 1, the lamp is made for wall mount, so it was necessary to build this (yellow) wooden adapter to tighten the lamp to the ...
Because the solar panel was not looking like being hail-resistant, nor convincingly water-resistant, I had to build a Plexiglas screen. To protect the top edge I glued an ...
Le lamp could be tightened to the yellow board with screws. The pole came with a fixation brace, and a plastic cap (visible in Step 2). I screwed ...
To chose the right place, I installed the pole temporarily, using zip ties. Many ties, because the cold weather makes them more fragile. Then, after a few checks ...
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