How to adjust the brightness of smart solar lights? A brief Introduction of multiple control modes of smart solar lights
Mistei, a professional manufacturer of solar LED lights 2022-12-15T07:42:14.000+0000

Solar lights have become commonly used outdoor lighting fixtures. We usually use remote controls to manage the lights, such as adjusting their brightness, colour temperatures and work time. The convenient and trouble-free light adjustment method makes solar lights the first choice for many large-scale outdoor lighting projects. With this kind of smart remote control method, you don’t need to climb up the top of the lights to manually adjust them. All work that you need to do is only about the remote, including installing two dry batteries, pointing it to the light and then pushing some buttons on it.


The increasingly develop smart lighting technology has brought us a new remote control method to the smart solar light. In addition to adjusting the brightness through the remote, we can also do this through the mobile APP. The following is a brief introduction to these two methods to adjust the brightness of solar lights.


1. Adjust the brightnesswith the remote

Usually, a solar light comes with several fixed brightness adjustment modes preset by the  manufacturer. With the remote control, users could choose among these modes. Since these lighting modes are set by different manufacturers, they are different in some ways, such as time lengths and colour temperatures. So, the specific adjustment method can be adjusted according to the manuals of the solar lights.


Solar lights become smart because some AI chips and sensors are built inside to work for them. The light sensor inside a smart solar light can detect changes in ambient light; the human motion sensor can detect the movement of the human body within a certain range. At the same time, some AI chips are installed inside the solar light, which can adjust the light emitted by the solar light in multiple output parameters according to peripheral changes detected by the light sensor and the human motion sensor. This is the principle of intelligent control of solar lights. The solar street lights produced by Mistei Lighting ( is provided with three control modes thanks to these built-in sensors and chips, including self-control by the light itself, remote control and manual control by users.


With a remote control, you could choose three brightness modes: M1, M2 and M3, which are indicted in the remote with three lights in three different colors. It’s easy to read these modes and choose among them.

M1 mode means: when the light is on, the brightness is 30%, and it has the PIR function (high light when a people comes, low light when the people leaves).

M2 mode means: when the light is turned on, the brightness is always on at 100% for the first 5 hours; the human motion sensor mode is used for the middle 5 hours, that is: 100% brightness when a people comes + 25% brightness when the people leaves; the last 70% brightness until dawn.

M3 mode means: when the light is turned on, the brightness is 70% until dawn.


2. Adjust the brightnessthroughthe mobile APP

Some solar lights is so smart that they could work with mobile APPs. After installing a corresponding APP to the mobile phone, you can adjust the brightness of the solar light through it. Users could not only choose those preset lighting effects, but also customize the light in various light parameters to meet their personal needs, such as brightness, lighting time, and light temperatures. This method of adjusting brightness is more flexible, and it is more convenient for users who have special requirements for the light. It allows them to customize the lighting effects according to their personal preferences. Definitely, the user experience is better.


These are two common ways for solar light users to adjust brightness. They can meet users’ different needs in lighting effects in different ways. When you’re purchasing solar lights, you’d better consult the merchants to know which ways are available for yo

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