Wired Magazine will feature Qnuru’s Aquila Solar light alongside a wide range of tech gadgets, games and green products in its fifth annual online store. Featured in the green living section, the Aquila is a solar powered pole lamp with 3 petals placed at varying heights to form a tree-like canopy. Solar cells are positioned on the top of each petal beneath a clear high-impact acrylic lens. LEDs are mounted on the underside onto a highly reflective luminaire behind a translucent acrylic lens that produces warm white light, cool white light or a combination of warm-cool illumination.
The Aquila integrates LED lighting devices, solar power technology and advanced power management and control systems in a beautiful exterior lighting fixture. By incorporating ultra high-efficiency LED light engines,the Aquila consumes less than 30 watts of power.
Qnuru, a brand of Visible Light Solar Technologies, is a new solar lighting product line that integrates sophisticated, contemporary lighting design with advanced solar technologies and control systems to create an unparalleled lighting experience for exterior commercial and residential installations. The solar landscape lighting is designed with natural materials, features a proprietary, custom designed power control system, and is completely untethered to the power grid. For more information about the Aquila solar/LED light fixture, visit http://www.qnuru.com
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ABOUT VISIBLE LIGHT SOLAR
Based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Visible Light Solar Technologies (www.visiblelightsolar.com) is an intelligent LED and solar lighting technology company. Visible Light Solar provides businesses, municipalities and educational facilities with retrofit as well as new solar/LED lighting solutions that save money, reduce maintenance costs, and are environmentally sustainable. Visible Light Solar is a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society, US Green Building Council and the International Dark-Sky Association. The company is backed by the venture accelerator firm, Noribachi (www.noribachi.com).