American Solar Electric (ASE) is a leading manufacturer and distributor of solar Lights as well as the LEDs and solar panels used to make these lights. ASE has spent many years developing the correct components for these lights. We even make our E26 Base LED bulbs for our solar lights.
We make our own solar panels for our lights in a triangular shape using only the most efficient mono silicone and poly silicone materials. We control this process. This is one reason why our lights are superior to our competitors.
ASE spares no expense to build the finest Solar Lights available in the world today while maintaining affordable pricing for our customers. We have evolutionarily redesigned the way solar lights are built, maintained, and installed. All the parts and LEDs are maintainable and replaceable. These lights are designed, patented assembled, and guaranteed by Americans right here in our TUV US-certified factory in Las Vegas, Nevada. This qualifies us as built in America.
ASE offers our patented one-of-a-kind” Fixture Integrated Photovoltaic” (FIPV) design for our “G Series” Solar Street, Park, Trail, and Parking Lot Lights. This means that ASE does ALL the assembly for our customers. All the components and wiring are already self-contained and installed into the top part of our Solar Lights. This makes the installation of our lights extremely simple and inexpensive. Just put the light on the pole slide in the battery and walk away! Our lights automatically turn themselves on and off from dusk to dawn OR…. at varied chosen times with our optional timer controllers. Our lights are installed all over the USA, Canada, and the world.
Please look further at this website to see the many actual installation pictures of our lights working worldwide in various projects like Bus Stop and Shelter Lighting, Street Lighting For New Residential Construction, HOA & Community Retrofit Lighting, Park & Mailbox Lighting, Entrance & Monument Sign Lighting, Carport Lighting, Trail Lighting, Campground Lighting, Dumpster Area Lighting and so on.
“A picture is worth a thousand words.”