Commercial Solar Lighting Products
Solar Powered commercial lighting products from First Light are the simplest and most reliable way to light outdoor spaces. Solar power frees our customers from the cost and hassle of designing, permitting for and connecting electrical wires, making installation much easier.
Intelligent features and a robust design optimize light output in fixtures that look just like wired lights.
IPL Solar Architectural Light Series
Asymmetrical rectilinear design smartly complements modern outdoor spaces and provides wide area light. Full cutoff light is Dark Sky compliant.
Ideal applications: Pedestrian pathways, bike pathways, playgrounds, parks, campuses, transit stations and more.
SCL Solar Area Light Series
Ideal applications: Pedestrian pathways, multi-use trails, bikeways, sidewalks, playgrounds, parks, campuses, bus stops, mailboxes, perimeter, area security and more.
SCL2 Solar Area Light Series
Ideal applications: Parking lots, site and area lighting, perimeter security, residential streets and more.
BFL-S Solar Street Light Series
The BFL-S is our brightest light to date. Every detail has been purposefully designed to streamline the customer experience from simple installation through to reliable performance. The self-contained, unobtrusive solar engine integrates solar power, battery and adaptive control capabilities into a compact and simple form. Full cutoff light is Dark Sky approved.
Ideal applications: Local and collector streets, parking lots, security lighting, plazas, parks, campuses and pedestrian pathways.
Bollards are great for adding structure to large public spaces and to help with wayfinding. The lower mounting heights reduce visual clutter compared to pole mounted lighting, making them very popular for public pathways and plazas. They can also create unique light patterns on the ground with low glare as an added design effect while enhancing the ambiance of nighttime public spaces.
Luminaires are designed to provide more illumination and improved security for larger public spaces. They are most often mounted at the top or side of poles at a variety of heights for more uniform light over a wider area. They are popular for pathways, parking lots and other areas that require more light than bollards would provide.