Various types of solar fountains
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When people say “solar fountain,” they could mean a lot of things: a solar fountain with a separate panel, a solar fountain with a built in panel, a battery powered solar fountain, or a solar......

When people say “solar fountain,” they could mean a lot of things: a solar fountain with a separate panel, a solar fountain with a built in panel, a battery powered solar fountain, or a solar fountain with battery backup. Here is a quick outline of the solar fountains available, so when you’re shopping, you have the right lingo for what you want.

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  • 1. Various Types of Solar Fountains When people say “solar fountain,” they could mean a lot of things: a solar fountain with a separate panel, a solar fountain with a built in panel, a battery powered solar fountain, or a solar fountain with battery backup. Here is a quick outline of the solar fountains available, so when you’re shopping, you have the right lingo for what you want. Antique Brown Solar Fountain The Pure and Simple Solar Fountain- This is a fountain that only runs on solar power. When the sun comes up, it turns on; when the sun goes down, it turns off. Usually, this type includes a fountain with a built in solar panel (usually in the basin) or a fountain with a separate panel (with 10-16 ft of length for placing the panel). These are nice because they require zero energy costs. Run a fountain for free! The downside is that the water pump’s performance is entirely dependent on sunny conditions. If it’s a really cloudy day, your fountain may just barely trickle. It also means that you can’t run this kind of fountain at night. The Battery Powered Fountain with Solar Charge- This means that the fountain is battery operated but uses solar energy to recharge the batteries. These are nice because you can run the fountain whenever you want: at night, on a cloudy day, during a thunderstorm. The downside is that the fountain will only run as long as the battery life—usually 4 to 6 hours. It also means that you need good sunny days to recharge the batteries. Solar-on-Demand Fountain- This is a fancy way of saying that this is a solar and a battery powered fountain! The two power sources team up to give you a more consistent fountain. During the day, the fountain will be powered by solar energy, and the excess energy goes to recharge the battery. Then, when it gets overcast or at night, you can switch the mode to be powered by the internal battery pack. Slick, right? It gives you all of the benefits of a solar fountain without the restrictions. Needless to say, this is the most popular type of solar fountain. Serenity Health & Home Decor has every type of solar fountain, so you can shop all at one place.