The City of Paris solar-powered lamp is made from Kraft paper and charges in the window during the day. It lights up in the evening (or when desired). A day of sunlight provides approximately 5 hours of autonomous light. This solar-powered lamp can be used for decoration (a table or Christmas decoration, or as a lamp in a bedroom or lounge). Everyone can create their own Parisian ambience!
The City of Paris solar-powered lamp is an excellent way to explain to children how solar energy works while having fun.
In each pack there is a pre-cut sheet of cardboard and an adhesive solar module.
The solar module is composed of a light emitting diode (LED), an amorphous solar panel, a rechargeable LIR 2023 battery and an ON/OFF switch.
- Detach the cardboard house from the frame
- Fold all the tabs and walls
- Stick the adhesive module underneath the roof
- Attach the tabs to complete the house
Place the little house lamp on the windowsill during the day to charge it. Light it when desired.
5 hours charging in the sun = 5 hours of LED light
Automatic stop system: the little house light automatically switches off when it comes into contact with light of intensity greater than 2000 lux.
Weight and dimensions
Pack dimensions: 162 x 229 x 11 mm
Assembled dimensions: 80 x 65 x 75 mm
Guaranteed 1 year
Copyright Litogami 2014 – Patented solar module – made in France
The City of Paris solar-powered lampis made in France: in Agen, Annonay, and the Paris region. For packaging and the shipping management Litogami employs members of Ateliers du Château, a work-based support centre located in Rueil Malmaison. Thanks to its packaging, consisting of an envelope, and total weight of less than 50 grams, The City of Paris solar-powered lampcan easily be posted all over the world for a low carbon cost. Casagami works with solar energy (photovoltaic) and uses a LED light (low energy consumption and with a life expectancy of more than 10 years). The City of Paris solar-powered lamp is made from paper from sustainably managed forests. The printing of The City of Paris solar-powered lamp is certified "Imprim’vert" (non-toxic inks and sustainable waste management).