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Ball Ornament Flagpole Light For Residential Flagpoles (non-solar)

  • The perfect way to illuminate your flag without adding a "solar frisbee" to the top of your flagpole
  • Requires 110v power source
  • Comes with a 45 ft cord and plug for a standard 110 volt outlet
  • Power cord is designed to go inside your flagpole for a clean appearance
  • Ideal for new flagpole installations
  • Built-in light sensor turns automatically turns your light on at night and off in the morning
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Retail: $115.00
Price: $65.00
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    The ideal flagpole light for residential flagpoles. Powered by a 110 volt power cord so you never have to worry about solar panels, or recharging on a rainy day. Also, since these flagpole lights shine DOWN on your flag, there are no concerns when installed near air fields.

    Features 8 LED lights which create constant lighting for your flag. Automatic, light sensing on / off switch included - turns on when it's dark outside, turns off when it's light.

    Made from spun aluminum. Finish is gold anodized. Ball measures 4" in diameter and can be used as a replacement for most ball ornaments on residential flagpoles.

    • Spun aluminum ball ornament containing 8 high output LED lights mounted around entire bottom half of ball ornament.
    • Maximum illumination of 400 lux brightness.

    Number of questions: 1
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    How do you run the cable down the center? My other end is blocked with cement.
    Frankie February 19, 2018 4:13 PM
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    Hi Frankie. I you have an existing installation, you may need to drill two holes in your flagpole - one at the top and one at the bottom. The first thing to check is the truck at the top of your pole. remove the ball ornament if you have one. You will want to run the cord through the truck and down into the pole. If the truck is solid, this will require drilling through the truck. Next consider the bottom of your pole. If you have a flash collar, you may want to consider drilling the exit hole at the bottom of the pole where it will be concealed by your flash collar. The hole at the bottom will need to be fairly large, to allow you to fish the plug wire out of the hole. If your pole is a sectional pole, taking it apart may make threading the wire through the hole in the base easier. These are general guidelines. If we can help further, feel free to call us at the number listed at the bottom of this page, in the footer.
    federal28884 February 19, 2018 5:05 PM