& Solar Pond Lighting
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From a small
waterfall light that can be tucked into small crevises, to the very
bright 50-watt Halgon (6-watt LED), use our waterproof Underwater
Pond Lights to accent your pond at night. The Submersible
lights can be placed in the bottom of the pond, or built into the
sides, wedged between rocks. As the fish glide by the lights,
their color will be reflected in the water like a natural
"fireworks" display under water.
During the day
your pond is great, it is relaxing to watch the fish swim and
listen to the water flowing. Why not enjoy it just as much in
the evening? The beautiful and dramatic effect of lighting
can make any party or get together a fantastic event. Even if
it is just a romantic escape for you and someone special, the
colorful beauty of your pond at night can be breath taking.
Adding a fountain will not only improve the health of your pond but
also add grace and beauty. The addition of lights on your
fountain will add to your enjoyment far into the evening.
use lighting to enhance the beauty of your pond and yard, improve
safety, and extend your enjoyment throughout the evening hours.
Lights can be positioned below the surface of the water for an
iridescent effect, and around your pond to highlight its pathways,
attractive plantings, and water features.
A 1-watt LED is comparible to a 10-watt Halgon
bulb in light output. A 3-watt LED is comparible to a 20-watt
Halgon bulb in light output. A 6-watt LED is comparable to a
50-watt Halgon bulb in light output.
TJB-INC INSTALLATION TIP: When we install
lights on ponds that we build, we try to have at least one or more
lights in the waterfall area. We will use the 1-Watt LED
Waterfall light, 20-Watt MicroSpot or the 20-Watt Hex (3-Watt LED)
light by placing the light fixture in or behind the flow of
water. As the water pass over the light, it produces a
twinkling wet "fireplace" effect as the water and light mix.
Just as we can sit for hours watching a fireplace burn, the same
relaxing feel can be done with water and light. Use the
20-Watt (3-Watt LED) lights placed in the rocks to light the
different depths of your pond. TJB-INC only uses the
50-watt lights (6-Watt LED) in very deep or very large pond
situations. We find that 50-watts of power is too bright for
most pond applications. Stick with 20-watt (3-Watt LED) or
less unless your situation calls for a very bright light. The
LED Lights solve this problem with bright light with only 3-6 watts of power