Redilight’s solar-powered skylight alternative is the energy-smart solution to brighten dark areas in the home or office where conventional skylights cannot function.
Unlike traditional skylights, Redilight’s innovative design overcomes the challenges of building structures, difficult rooflines and multi-level dwellings. Say goodbye to those large and unsightly roof penetrations which can often compromise the roof’s integrity. Simply mount the solar panel on the roof and run the interconnecting cable to the Redlight Skyfixture – IT’S THAT EASY!
12 WATT ROUND RECESSED LIGHT FITTING
24 WATT SQUARE RECESSED LIGHT FITTING
24 WATT ROUND RECESSED LIGHT FITTING
48 WATT SQUARE LIGHT FITTING
48 WATT RECTANGLE LIGHT FITTING
HOW IT WORKS
The Redilight solar panel converts energy from the sun delivering extra low voltage to your Redilight skyxture(s). The light works on a sun-up-sun-down effect, with the brightness increasing as the sun rises during the day then decreasing as the sun sets. Want more light? Redilight’s optional Day-Night Kit allows the skyxture to be switched between solar or extra low voltage grid power at any time for full powered light.
Cost-effective: Solar power is a renewable source of free energy. Economical: If more than one light is required then simply install a larger solar panel, no need for multiple holes in your roof. Quality: Using only the highest of quality componentry coupled with industry leading warranties, Redilight delivers years of trouble free uninterrupted light.
A Redilight kit comes complete with a solar panel, mounting brackets, interconnecting cable plus your chosen skyxture(s). Install a larger solar panel for future additional lights.
Attix did a fabulous job and the end result is just what we needed. It's the second time we've... read moreAshley Carruthers 17/04/20
Carl arrived at my house on time and was great with my children as my 3 year old son kept... read moreAndy Price 20/05/20
I cannot believe what a difference this skylight has made to our family room. Prior to installation we had... read moreKath Davison 18/05/20