The Zorro Unplugged is an ALL-IN-ONE luminaire design that achieves exceptional performance, it has an integrated solar panel, LED array, microwave sensor and battery all within one standalone system. This light generates energy and stores it in a high quality battery that delivers light using LUMILEDS 5050 LEDs.
The smart control system enables you to customise the lighting operation to meet the needs of the users within the environment. Options include both sensor and/or time control.
The Zorro Unplugged is a convenient and cost-effective solution to improve visibility and safety in area that traditionally have been difficult to light because power is not available.
SOLAR PANEL ORIENTATION AFFECTS BATTERY STORAGE In Australia the direction of the solar panel should face North for optimum sun exposure and battery charge. The battery warranty may be void if the solar panel is not facing North East, North or North West.
SWIVEL MOUNT The standard Zorro Unplugged swivel mount fits on round poles from ⌀45-⌀60mm. Additional mounting accessories are available for round poles from ⌀50-⌀120mm and square poles from 50-100mm in width.
Creating a safer community on the Tracker Riley cycle way ‘The great thing about enLighten’s Zorro Unplugged solar lights is that they could be installed with minimal disruption to the cycle way and they are ideal for environmentally sensitive areas, and remote locations with limited or no power supply.
Having an independent rotating axis for the LED panel allowed us to focus the light where needed on the path. The lights also use the latest technology in batteries and have a quality solar panel to ensure good harvest from the sun’s energy. We are delighted with the results.’
Misty Lovis, The Grange
Over 55's lifestyle community ‘We recently bought the 20W Zorro Unplugged solar light for our over 55's Lifestyle Community at The Grange. We needed to light our public service area to improve accessibility and safety. We are so happy with the light output and we would highly recommend this light.’