Solar Lights Batteries

How does a Solar Garden Light Work?

A solar garden light has a built-in solar powered battery charger that operates using rechargeable batteries. Sunlight powers the charger during the day, batteries then powers the light at night.

As a benefit the same AA rechargeable batteries in your lamp can be used in other devices that also require AA batteries, such as a TV remote or a child's toy.

To Purchase: Click on the item below, add to cart, and checkout.

How do I know which rechargeable battery to get as a replacement? See our guide at the bottom of this page.

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Find the correct battery type for your Solar Lights - start by doing 1 of 3 things:

  1. Compare and match your current/older batteries to the ones offered on site - look for these text:
    • NiCD (other abbreviations: Ni-CD, NiCad)
    • NiMH (other abbreviations: Ni-Mh)
    • LiFeP04 (other abbreviations: LiFe, Lithium-Ion Phosphate)
  2. Check the battery compartment of the solar lamp for any indication for what type is compatible.
  3. Contact the manufacturer of the lamp for confirmation.

If you still have questions, Contact US.

Common Question: What is "mAh"? My batteries show something different - does it matter?

The "mah" rating refers to the capacity of a battery which translates to runtime. Replace our AA NiCD battery with any 400, 600, or 1000mah NiCD battery and it will still be compatible.