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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Aspect

Below are some of the most popular plants our customers are growing.  The Small 20W Aspect can grow the low light and medium light plants listed below and the Large 40W Aspect has the ability to grow all of the plants listed below.

Full Sun Plants (Coverage 10″ – 18″): Beans, Cannabis, Corn, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Melons, Peas, Peppers, Squash, Tomatoes

High Light Plants (Coverage 20″ – 28″): Banana, Cacti, Carrots, Dwarf Citrus Trees, Ficus, Olive, Dwarf Pineapple, Pomegranate, Succulents

Medium Light Plants (Coverage 30″ – 36″): African Violet, Aluminum Plant, Bamboo, Begonias, Coffee Plant, Corn Plant, Herbs, Orchids, Peace Lily, Peperomia, Pleomele, Spider Plant

Low Light Plants (Coverage 42″ – 48″):  Arrowhead Vine, Asparagus, Ferns, Cast Iron Plant, Chinese Evergreen, Dieffenbachia, Snake Plant, Staghorn Fern, Ivy, Pothos, Philodendron, ZZ Plant

Finding the right distance between the Aspect grow light and your plant can be a challenge. The hanging height may vary if your plant receives significant natural light or no light at all. Below are the hanging heights and corresponding coverage area for both the small and large Aspect grow light. This page lists out the most popular plants with recommended starting hang heights. Make sure to pay attention to your plants. Adjust the hanging height if you notice your plant stretching or the leaves burning.

On average, for each foot the Aspect is hung above a plant, it will provide that amount of light. That is to say, if you hang the Aspect 3 feet above the plant, it will provide a 3 foot by 3 foot area with light.

Small 20W Coverage Area Optimized1

Small Aspect Grow Light

The small Aspect grow light is recommended for most small herb gardens and low – moderate light plants.

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Large Aspect Grow Light

The large Aspect grow light  is recommended for moderate – high light plants, small trees, and more!

For more detailed instructions click here

The Aspect comes with 3 ceiling hooks for easy installation.  Below are the instructions on how to hang your light.

  1. Determine where and how you want the Aspect to be installed. Different methods of installation require different materials. We have additional installation materials available on our website.
  2. For the most common installation, use the included white hooks. We recommend pre-drilling a small hole to help speed up the install. When hanging, use the larger ceiling hook directly above the Aspect unit and the smaller close to a wall for support.

CAUTION: Never attempt to use 3M hooks or Command hooks on the ceiling.

CAUTION: Do not install in a radiant heated ceiling or wall.

LED light hang Copy

2a. (Optional) To install the Aspect through drop ceiling tiles, walls or other permanent structures, contact a qualified electrician.  By opening the power supply box or cutting the wire, you are voiding the warranty of the Aspect.  Follow all local laws and codes, including the National Electrical Code and National Fire Codes.

  1. Using the Hanging Height section, determine the distance the Aspect should be hung above the canopy of your plant.
  2. Program the included 24-hour outlet timer to give your plants a constant light cycle. Do not exceed 18 hours of light for any plant! See the Light Cycles portion of this manual for recommendations.
  3. Plug the light in! Make sure the plug is not loose fitting in the outlet. If the outlet is loose, have a qualified electrician replace your outlet.

Once you hang the light to your preferred height, just plug the unit directly into an outlet and it will instantly power on. The use of an outlet timer is essential for maintaining proper growth of long and short-day plants.  For this reason, each Aspect includes a mechanical outlet timer that works as a daily on/off switch for your grow light.

Light cycles are used to simulate the conditions of day and night for indoor plants. We highly recommend the use of an electrical 24-hour timer (included) to create a repeatable light cycle.

Most plants grow in two stages, the vegetative stage and flowering stage. During the vegetative growth stage, the plant is focused on growing in preparation for flowering. Some plants can be left in the vegetative stage indefinitely with no adverse effects. The flower stage is initiated when the light cycle changes into the critical light period, explained below. This change will cause your plant to focus completely on making flowers and seeds for reproduction.

There are three types of plant responses; short-day, long-day, and day-neutral. The first two types have a critical light and dark period associated with them and can vary from plant to plant. This critical period will determine when the plant switches from the vegetative stage to the flowering stage. Day-neutral plants are generally unaffected by light cycles and flower when the plant is mature. If you find that it is difficult to flower a short-day plant due to a light flash at night, we recommend flowering in a closet or grow tent.

Long

The lights actually have an LED chip (rather than a bulb) mounted directly to the aluminum housing and cannot be replaced.  If used for 16hrs/day the Aspect will last 15 years; or 90,000hrs. You do not have to replace bulbs or any components of the Aspect.  If the light burns out for any reason within 3 years of the purchase date, just return it to us and we will send you a new one.

Visit This Page learn more about our spectrum and the science behind the Aspect.

Understanding how plants respond to light is critical when picking the appropriate grow light. While humans think of light in terms of brightness, plants qualify light by the required specific wavelengths in the spectrum.  As the world’s first luxury plant light, the Aspect has struck a balance between a high precision photosynthetic spectrum and supreme lighting quality that is traditionally reserved only for museums.

There are a few features that make our products stand out from all the rest.  Our warm white spectrum stands out among our competitors’ because we know interior design is important to you! The Aspect is the ideal light for both supporting your plants and displaying them beautifully indoors. With a color temperature of 3000K and a color rendering index (CRI) value of 97, the Aspect grow light promises a professional level of color accuracy.  Now you can bring the natural beauty of plants to any room without sacrificing your home décor!

This is the most common question we get. The short answer is that the white light produced by the Aspect is unique and is not at all comparable to the spectrum of any store bought light bulbs. This is due to our unique spectrum that was designed for both plant growth and general lighting. The Aspect provides a significant amount of output that corresponds with photosynthetically active radiation, commonly known as PAR, which is the acceptable wavelength range for photosynthesis. Like most LED grow lights, we have peaks of light that correspond with Chlorophyll A and B, Chlorophyll Synthesis, Carotenoids, Carotene, and far red Phytochromes.

To expand on that answer, our white light is produced in such a different way as compared with store bought LEDs that it deems a full explanation. First, it is important to know what white light really is. White is a combination of the primary colors red, green and blue. In the LED industry, companies use two methods to produce white light. These include mixing light from red, green and blue LEDs or by using a yellow phosphorous coating over a blue LED. The latter is a more efficient and higher quality solution for home lighting and is used by nearly every LED producer. This works because a large amount of yellow light stimulates both the green and red cones in our eye, tricking us into seeing white. This method is great for lighting, but provides too much green and yellow light while not providing any of the critical red light needed for plant growth.

The Aspect set out to solve this problem by first focusing on the spectrum required for photosynthesis, then adjusting that spectrum until we got a high quality white light!

The addition of plants to a room can instantly change the atmosphere and add that kick your décor needs to stand out and feel complete. Plants also have the added benefit of providing positive health benefits, such as increased oxygen levels. Many plants were found to remove up to 90% of carcinogenic chemicals from the air. We changed the way you think about décor, so get creative and light up the corner of your room with a lemon tree or hang some herbs off of your kitchen wall!

Green light in small amounts is fine, it’s beneficial to most plants. Green light is transmitted deeper into the leaf and is more efficient than either blue or red light at driving CO2 fixation on the lower sides of the leaf. Some newer full spectrum lights are even including green and yellow light for slightly better yield of expensive crops. The reason not everyone uses green is because it is poorly absorbed into the plant, making it costly to use. Most LED lights on the market still focus on only red and blue light since it is the most efficient at driving photosynthesis. This keeps the price of the light affordable to commercial growers so they can produce inexpensive indoor crops year round. We use a full spectrum white light so you can enjoy healthy plants in your living room all year long!

No! Not only do LED lights allow for high quality, full spectrum plant growth, but provide significant energy savings over all other technologies. If you operate the 20W Aspect for 16 hours a day, 365 days out of the year, it will cost you about $10 – $20 a year for electric. Why? Because you pay about $0.09 – $0.20 per 1000 watts. It takes 50 hours (3 days) just to reach 1000 watts, meaning you can operate the Aspect for a long time without significantly impacting your wallet!

We build each Aspect in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania using parts from the highest quality manufactures we could find. You will not find many high quality LED grow lights built with the same quality and passion we build ours with. We love our local community and they support us as much as we support them. We have donated trees grown under the Aspect to the community, own a part of the local food co-op, and two of our founders sit on the board of directors for two Bethlehem nonprofits.

  • Highland

Finding the perfect distance between the Highland and your plant can be a challenge. The following pages will give you information on how far the Highland should be from your plants.  This information is assuming the Highland is set at the maximum power.

Track light rail Wall

Highlands are made with either a 30- or 60-degree reflector. This determines how far the light can travel.  A 30-degree reflector provides a beam angle that is narrow and more focused. You can use Highlands with a 30-degree reflector up to 6 foot away, providing you with a circle of light approximately 33 inches in diameter. A 60-degree reflector provides a beam angle that is wider, less focused light. You can use Highlands with a 60-degree reflector up to 4 ½ feet away, providing you with a circle of light approximately 54 inches in diameter.

Need more light? Not a problem! When you point two Highlands in the same place, the amount of light doubles.  For example, a Highland with a 30-degree reflector located 4 feet away would provide a circle of light approximately 22 inches in diameter and provide moderate light. Using 2 Highlands pointed at the same spot would increase the light from moderate to high light.

Highland 30 Degree distances

Highland 60 Degree distances1

A maximum of (4) Highlands can fit on a 4ft track rail.  You can easily move the Highlands around the track rail to fit your lighting needs.  If you purchase a Highland Kit and want to add an additional Highland at a later date you can do so buy purchasing a single Highland light HERE and adding it to the track rail.

When installing the Highland grow light, take note of the polarity groove on the track rail.  The side of the Highland with no writing on the box should face the polarity groove of the track light rail. The side of the Highland with writing and access door should be on the opposite side of the polarity groove.

  1. Make sure the power is off.
  2. Insert the Highland into the track light rail. The base of the Highland should be flush with the track light rail.
  3. Switch the contact arm from left to right. The contact arm should be completely to the right; clicking into place.
  4. Position the head of the Highland towards your plants.
  5. Switch the power switch from OFF to ON.
  6. Removal is the reverse procedure. With the power off, switch the contact arm form right to left and gently remove the highland from the track rail.

Highland installation pic

The Highland can only fit on 'H' type rails.  However, we only recommend using Lithium Lighting and Progress Electric rails as most 'H' type rails are slightly different and may not be compatible with the Highland.

Yes, we include butterfly anchors for plaster and drop ceilings.

The ceiling canopy option has to be hardwired to a pre-existing electrical feed in the ceiling of where you want to install the trail rail or you have to get an electrician to run power to the spot on the ceiling you want the trail to be installed.

The cord and plug option allows you to install the track rail anywhere you want on the ceiling, however you would need to run the cord across the ceiling and down the wall.  This option is more user friendly but less aesthetically pleasing due to the cord running across the ceiling and down the wall.

INSTALL AN ELECTRICAL FEED FROM A JUNCTION BOX WITH FLOATING CANOPY

  1. Make sure the power is off.
  2. Route the wires from the electrical adapter through the mounting plate.
  3. Connect the wires to the existing wiring from the junction box.
  4. Tuck excess wiring back into the junction box.
  5. Install the mounting plate to the junction box.
  6. Before installing the track rail, confirm that the polarity of the rail is in the right direction for the electrical adapter and all accessories. Accessories, such as connectors, elbows and plugs will only fit in one direction. The groove in the rail indicates the neutral side.
  7. Raise track assembly to the ceiling. Mark hole locations.
  8. Two types of fasteners are provided; a nylon self-drilling anchor for drywall ceilings and a butterfly anchor for plaster and lath ceilings or drop ceilings.
    1. The nylon self-drilling anchors can be installed in the ceiling with either a screw driver or drill. Press the anchor into the ceiling and screw the anchor in. Put the track rail in place and tighten the metal screw into the anchor until the rail is secured.
    2. Butterfly anchors (toggle bolts) require a 5/8 inch drill bit. First, prepare the track rail by routing the bolt through the rail. Thread on the toggle so that the tips of the wings are facing down towards the screw head. Squeeze the toggle closed and insert into the hole in the ceiling.  The wings of the toggle will open in the ceiling, allowing you to tighten the bolt.  You may need to carefully pull down on the screw head or rail so the wings catch on the ceiling. Tighten until the rail is secure.
  9. Tighten the screws located on the screw tab to secure the track rail to the mounting plate.
  10. Twist in the electrical adapter into the track rail. Take note of the polarity of the track rail and the polarity of the electrical adapter. The side of the electrical adapter that has two contacts should twice into the side of the rail with a groove. Do not force the adapter in the wrong way, it will break.
  11. Install the canopy cover and secure with screws.
  12. Install the Highland LED lights

Ceiling Canopy installation

INSTALL A LIVE END PLUG OR ELECTRICAL FEED

  1. Make sure the power is off.
  2. Before installing the track rail, identify the side that accepts the live end connector. Confirm that the polarity of the rail is in the correct direction for the electrical adapter and all accessories. The plug end and all accessories will only fit in one direction. The groove in the rail indicates the neutral side.
  3. Brace the opposite end of the track against a solid surface.
  4. Insert the live end and secure by tightening the screw.
  5. Raise track assembly to the ceiling. Mark hole locations.
  6. Two types of fasteners are provided; a nylon self-drilling anchor for drywall ceilings and a butterfly anchor for plaster and lath ceilings or drop ceilings.
    1. The nylon self-drilling anchors can be installed in the ceiling with either a screw driver or drill. Press the anchor into the ceiling and screw the anchor in. Put the track rail in place and tighten the metal screw into the anchor until the rail is secured.
    2. Butterfly anchors (toggle bolts) require a 5/8 inch drill bit. First, prepare the track rail by routing the bolt through the rail. Thread on the toggle so that the tips of the wings are facing down towards the screw head. Squeeze the toggle closed and insert into the hole in the ceiling.  The wings of the toggle will open in the ceiling, allowing you to tighten the bolt.  You may need to carefully pull down on the screw head or rail so the wings catch on the ceiling. Tighten until the rail is secure.
  7. Use staples, fairleads, wire mold, hooks, command hooks or other products to secure the wire along the ceiling and wall.
  8. Set an outlet timer to your desired light cycle, we recommend between 12-16 hours. Do not exceed 18 hours of light per day! Your plants need to sleep and too much light will kill them.
  9. Install the Highland LED lights.

cord and plug installation

Visit This Page learn more about our spectrum and the science behind the Highland.

The Highland is a first-of-its-kind LED track light designed for growing plants.  Whether you’re installing a grow wall or just looking to incorporate beautiful, green accents throughout your space – the Highland is the light of choice by both horticultural and design professionals.  With a sleek aluminum body set on a track, this unique grow light application allows you to support the growth of plants indoors while displaying them with museum-quality lighting – leaving you with a lush, green plant gallery.

Optimal for green walls and hard to reach places that need additional sun light as well as larger plants that need lighting on all sides.

Before installing the timer, read the Use and Care Guide included with the wall timer. The guide will give you detailed instructions on how to install and program your timer. You can skip this section if you rather follow instructions or if you are using a different wall timer. We provided the instructions below to help simplify the setup and as a reference for the future. Below is the method we used to set up the timer for the first time (adapted from the Use and Care Guide) and two methods of programming the timer. Method 1 matches the sunrise and sunset of your location and automatically changes throughout the year.  Method two is used to set an exact on/off time that does not change.

Setting up the timer for the first time.

  1. Follow the instructions for installing the timer.
  2. Press the reset button to clear any information.
  3. Press the set button.
  4. Use the up/down buttons to set the time. Press the set button.
  5. Use the up/down buttons to set the year. Press the set button.
  6. Use the up/down buttons to set the month. Press the set button.
  7. Use the up/down buttons to set the day. Press the set button.
  8. Use the up/down buttons to turn on/off DST (Daylight Savings Time). If you leave DST on, the timer will automatically adjust the clock for you. Press the set button.
  9. Use the up/down buttons to set the zone. Press the set button.
  10. Use the up/down buttons to set the dusk time. Press the set button.
  11. Use the up/down buttons to set the dawn time. Press the set button.
  12. Press the set button to complete the setup and return to clock mode.

Method 1: Matching the sunrise and sunset of your location.

  1. Press program (prg) to set the ON time. (PRG 1 ON)
  2. Press the set button. This makes the days of the week flash along the top. No changes are needed, we recommend the default of everyday.
  3. Press the set button. This allows you to pick the ON time. Use the down button and set the timer to DAWN.
  4. Press the set button.
  5. Press program (prg) to set the OFF time. (PRG 1 OFF)
  6. Press the set button. This makes the days of the week flash along the top. No changes are needed, we recommend the default of everyday.
  7. Press the set button. This allows you to pick the OFF time. Use the up/down buttons to select DUSK.
  8. Press the set button.
  9. Press and hold the program (prg) button for 3 seconds or press nothing for 20 seconds to return to the main screen.

Method 2: Programming an ON/OFF time.  

  1. Press program (prg) to set the ON time. (PRG 1 ON)
  2. Press the set button. This makes the days of the week flash along the top. No changes are needed, we recommend the default of everyday.
  3. Press the set button. This allows you to pick the ON time. TIME should be displayed, if not, use the up/down buttons to find the clock setting.
  4. Press the set button. This allows you to change the time. Use the up/down buttons to set the ON time. Press the set button.
  5. Press program (prg) to set the OFF time. (PRG 1 OFF)
  6. Press the set button. This makes the days of the week flash along the top. No changes are needed, we recommend the default of everyday.
  7. Press the set button. This allows you to pick the OFF time. TIME should be displayed, if not, use the up/down buttons to find the clock setting.
  8. Press the set button. This allows you to change the time. Use the up/down buttons to set the OFF time. Press the set button.
  9. Press and hold the program (prg) button for 3 seconds or press nothing for 20 seconds to return to the main screen.

Light cycles are used to simulate the conditions of day and night for indoor plants. We highly recommend the use of an electrical 24-hour timer (included) to create a repeatable light cycle.

Long

Most plants grow in two stages, the vegetative stage and flowering stage. During the vegetative growth stage, the plant is focused on growing in preparation for flowering. Some plants can be left in the vegetative stage indefinitely with no adverse effects. The flower stage is initiated when the light cycle changes into the critical light period, explained below. This change will cause your plant to focus completely on making flowers and seeds for reproduction.

There are three types of plant responses; short-day, long-day, and day-neutral. The first two types have a critical light and dark period associated with them and can vary from plant to plant. This critical period will determine when the plant switches from the vegetative stage to the flowering stage. Day-neutral plants are generally unaffected by light cycles and flower when the plant is mature. If you find that it is difficult to flower a short-day plant due to a light flash at night, we recommend flowering in a closet or grow tent.

This is the most common question we get. The short answer is that the white light produced by the Aspect is unique and is not at all comparable to the spectrum of any store bought light bulbs. This is due to our unique spectrum that was designed for both plant growth and general lighting. The Aspect provides a significant amount of output that corresponds with photosynthetically active radiation, commonly known as PAR, which is the acceptable wavelength range for photosynthesis. Like most LED grow lights, we have peaks of light that correspond with Chlorophyll A and B, Chlorophyll Synthesis, Carotenoids, Carotene, and far red Phytochromes.

To expand on that answer, our white light is produced in such a different way as compared with store bought LEDs that it deems a full explanation. First, it is important to know what white light really is. White is a combination of the primary colors red, green and blue. In the LED industry, companies use two methods to produce white light. These include mixing light from red, green and blue LEDs or by using a yellow phosphorous coating over a blue LED. The latter is a more efficient and higher quality solution for home lighting and is used by nearly every LED producer. This works because a large amount of yellow light stimulates both the green and red cones in our eye, tricking us into seeing white. This method is great for lighting, but provides too much green and yellow light while not providing any of the critical red light needed for plant growth.

The Aspect set out to solve this problem by first focusing on the spectrum required for photosynthesis, then adjusting that spectrum until we got a high quality white light!

The addition of plants to a room can instantly change the atmosphere and add that kick your décor needs to stand out and feel complete. Plants also have the added benefit of providing positive health benefits, such as increased oxygen levels. Many plants were found to remove up to 90% of carcinogenic chemicals from the air. We changed the way you think about décor, so get creative and light up the corner of your room with a lemon tree or hang some herbs off of your kitchen wall!

Green light in small amounts is fine, it’s beneficial to most plants. Green light is transmitted deeper into the leaf and is more efficient than either blue or red light at driving CO2 fixation on the lower sides of the leaf. Some newer full spectrum lights are even including green and yellow light for slightly better yield of expensive crops. The reason not everyone uses green is because it is poorly absorbed into the plant, making it costly to use. Most LED lights on the market still focus on only red and blue light since it is the most efficient at driving photosynthesis. This keeps the price of the light affordable to commercial growers so they can produce inexpensive indoor crops year round. We use a full spectrum white light so you can enjoy healthy plants in your living room all year long!

  • Shipping & Payments
  • Returns

There is a one day processing time for us to pack and ship your order.  Once your order ships, you’ll receive a shipping confirmation email with a tracking number.  After shipment, orders take 3-7 business days in transit via the Free Shipping option or 2-5 days via the USPS Priority Mail option to arrive at your door.

The Aspect ships within the United States (Free), Canada & Mexico ($9.99), Europe, Oceania & N+S America ($39.99), and select Asian countries ($39.99).  Because of specific international certifications we are unable to ship to most Asian and all African countries.

The Highland system ships within the United States (Free), Canada & Mexico ($9.99), Europe, Oceania & N+S America ($59.99), and select Asian countries ($59.99).

These prices are in USD.

Are international customers responsible for paying duties and taxes?

Canada:

You are responsible for all Duties and Taxes on all shipments. These will be charged upon delivery or the shipping company WILL NOT release your package. This tax table is provided as a courtesy and for informational purposes only. For current tax rates and specific guidelines, visit the Canada Revenue Agency or Revenu Québec.   5% Alberta, 12% British Columbia, 13% Manitoba, 15% New Brunswick, 15% Newfoundland and Labrador, 5% Northwest Territories, 15% Nova Scotia, 5% Nunavut, 13% Ontario, 15% Prince Edward Island, 14.98% Quebec, 11% Saskatchewan, 5% Yukon. Other fees may exist that we are not aware of. We are unable to help you if you owe these fees with your country or local customs office. You will not be refunded shipping cost to or from us for any reason.

Australia:

You are responsible for all Duties and Taxes on all shipments. For goods with a value of AUD1000 or less, there are generally no duties, taxes or charges to pay at the border. To import goods with a value over AUD1000, you need to lodge an Import Declaration. There is a processing charge for making an Import Declaration. You will also be required to pay the duty and taxes for your goods. This information is provided as a courtesy and for informational purposes only.  For current tac rates and specific guidelines, visit the Australian Boarder Force or the Australian Taxation Office. Other fees may exist that we are not aware of. We are unable to help you if you owe these fees with your country or local customs office. You will not be refunded shipping cost to or from us for any reason.

We accept all major credit cards and PayPal.

YES. At Soltech Solutions we pride ourselves on our dedication to each customer, because to us, customer satisfaction is everything.

Because we stand by our quality products, Soltech Solutions offers a 5 year warranty. If your light is damaged or stops working within 5 years of the purchase date, send it back (return shipping not included) and we’ll send you a refurbished unit.

A 90-day Money Back Guarantee is also offered to qualifying customers. If you are not satisfied for any reason with your product you can return it within 90-days of purchase date (receipt required) and receive a full refund, no questions asked.

We’ll never resell used lights. Once we receive your return we will identify if it’s fixable, if so, we will fix it and donate the light to a local store or school program. If the item is damaged beyond repair, we will recycle all the parts.

The cost of the light will be issued to the original credit card used for purchase. A refund will be processed within 3-5 business days after we receive your items. It can take up to 2-3 billing cycles for your refund to be visible on your card. At this time, Soltech Solutions is unable to refund initial shipping fees and return shipping costs.

Please use the box that you received the light in. If you no longer have the box, we recommend an 12x10x8 inch box you can pickup at your local shipping supply store.

If the item is damaged or malfunctions for any reason we will send you a pre-paid return label and all you have to do is stick it to the box.  If you want to exchange or simply return the light for any other reason, you are responsible for the costs associated with shipping your item(s) back to us.

Please email us at hello@soltechsolutions.com and let us know why you are returning your light. We will then send you the proper return information. You are responsible for shipping the product(s) back to us, and for the costs associated with that shipment.

  • Returns

YES. At Soltech Solutions we pride ourselves on our dedication to each customer, because to us, customer satisfaction is everything.

Because we stand by our quality products, Soltech Solutions offers a 5 year warranty. If your light is damaged or stops working within 5 years of the purchase date, send it back (return shipping not included) and we’ll send you a refurbished unit.

A 90-day Money Back Guarantee is also offered to qualifying customers. If you are not satisfied for any reason with your product you can return it within 90-days of purchase date (receipt required) and receive a full refund, no questions asked.

We’ll never resell used lights. Once we receive your return we will identify if it’s fixable, if so, we will fix it and donate the light to a local store or school program. If the item is damaged beyond repair, we will recycle all the parts.

The cost of the light will be issued to the original credit card used for purchase. A refund will be processed within 3-5 business days after we receive your items. It can take up to 2-3 billing cycles for your refund to be visible on your card. At this time, Soltech Solutions is unable to refund initial shipping fees and return shipping costs.

Please use the box that you received the light in. If you no longer have the box, we recommend an 12x10x8 inch box you can pickup at your local shipping supply store.

If the item is damaged or malfunctions for any reason we will send you a pre-paid return label and all you have to do is stick it to the box.  If you want to exchange or simply return the light for any other reason, you are responsible for the costs associated with shipping your item(s) back to us.

Please email us at hello@soltechsolutions.com and let us know why you are returning your light. We will then send you the proper return information. You are responsible for shipping the product(s) back to us, and for the costs associated with that shipment.

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