Sundaya Lighting Products

Sundaya Lights & Lighting

Sundaya develops and manufactures high quality DC lighting components. 50% of the world's population has no or limited access to electricity, and it is not cost effective to extend the electricity grid to most of these areas. The people living in these areas mostly revert to fuel based lighting.

In short, fuel based lighting is expensive, unhealthy, and potentially dangerous. With growing population, particularly in developing countries, there is a need for independent AND reliable lighting systems. Poor people cannot afford low quality products that fail prematurely.

Many of Sundaya's products have been independently tested for quality by organisations such as the World Bank or Netherlands' Energy Research Foundation. Furthermore, installation is a breeze.

Sundaya A-Light with fluorescent tube

A-Light - ultra reliable fluorescent tube

The A-Light was Sundaya's first product introduced in 1994, and until today it is still Sundaya's most popular lamp, with its almost 10-year proven reliability and price level it is the best price/quality ratio product in the industry. Over 1 million lamps have been installed all around the world and every night light up the houses of proud solar home system users.

Ulitium - LED light with built-in battery

Sundaya Ulitium or Ulita LED cluster light

The Ulitium light systems use energy-efficient LED technology. They are sturdy, affordable, modular and easy to install. Starting typically with a micro-system consisting of a small solar panel connected to a Ulitium lamp, the system can be expanded by adding more panels and lamps as required.

Ulita - LED cluster light

The Ulita lights are the same shape as the Ulitiums but without the built-in battery. Unlike the Ulitiums, the Ulitas integrate in a 12 Volt solar system. Available in 480 and 240 lumen light output and various colours.

Sundaya T-Lite LED torch light

T-Lite - LED torch light

Like the Ulitium the T-Lite can be used as a hanging lamp but also as a torchlight with an ergonomically designed handle. It is operated through a Touch-Switch with dimming function.

Sundaya 17mm Edison Screw - E17 Range

To prevent accidents in households where both 12 Volt DC and 240 Volt AC installations co-exists, Sundaya has developed a special DC standard armature range, with a fitting size that is in between the most common E27 and E14 AC standard. All Sundaya Lamp fittings are standardised for 12V DC using the E17 fitting.

The E17 range is unique because with only a few components and various lampshades you can build any lamp for any lighting purpose you require in your home, office or shop, on the ceiling wall or table.

Sockets, Fittings, Switches

Sundaya Skirt lampshade

The Apollo wall or ceiling lamp base is the starting point for most E17 light installations. An Extender turns the Apollo ceiling lamp into a hanging ceiling lamp. A lamp shade can also be incorporated simply by wedging it between the socket and the Ulite or Qlite globe. Use a ceiling mount PullOn switch to turn lights on or off, or go for the Pullite fitting which integrates the function of Extender, Apollo and PullOn into one device.

Ulite - instant brightness

The Ulite is a 3 Watt, 12 Volt DC CFL bulb with rapid start inverter for instant light. The bulb comes with E17 screw fitting. It has a minimum of 5000 on-off switching cycles and over 8000 burning hours and is available in Cool White or Warm White colour temperature.

Qlite - long life compact tubes

Sundaya Qlite compact fluorescent tube

The Qlite is the luxury version of the 12 Volt Ulite, of course also with an E17 base and available in 6, 9, 12 and 18 Watt. The lamp has a high quality preheat inverter to give over 100.000 on-off switching cycles and over 10.000 burning hours. That's nearly 7 years @ 4 hours per day.


We install solar systems in Northern NSW and Southern QLD.


QLD:
Gold Coast (from Coolangatta to Southport), Nerang and Hinterland (Beaudesert) and out West (Warwick, Stanthorpe, Killarney)


NSW:
Northern NSW (Tweed Heads to Yamba, including Evans Head, Byron Bay and Ballina); the Far North Coast Hinterland (Grafton via Lismore to Murwillumbah) and out West (Casino to Tenterfield, including Drake and Tabulam, as well as Woodenbong and Bonalbo)

For larger system we also go up to Brisbane or down to Coffs Harbour and even Glen Innes. Other places by arrangement.