6’ railing panel measures 69.43” and the 8’ railing panel measures 91.31” with a post attached. This is very important when using railing panels to pre-existing structural posts. Make sure you measure the opening.
Start at one end right at the post and grip the top rail on each side so that your thumbs are parallel to each other and very slowly proceed to apply force every couple of inches. It will be hard to snap on but should work. (DO NOT USE a mallet or band the top rail as it will cause a dent). The only reason it WOULD NOT SNAP on is if you have installed your U-Clips to high whereby one corner surpasses the inside die line of the H-channel. If the latter is the case, remove and re-install clips so they are below the die line and are straight. Then proceed to snap on the top rail as instructed above.
Harmony Stair Panels are produced at 37° but can be racked from 28° to 42°. Also note, that due to the angle, a 6’ stair panel will not be long enough for a 6’ stair run.
Harmony gate kits fit openings up to 40” wide. They come in black, white and bronze and include hinges, lock and a key. The rough opening can be 48” which would accommodate two posts and the 40” gate.
Post installed as end posts use (4) 5/16” x 6” Exterior Construction Lag Screws (sold separately). Post installed as corner or line posts use (4) 5/16” x 4” Exterior Construction Lag Screws (sold separately).
The holes on the base plate are located 4” on center.
The battery should last 3-5 years. The battery is a LiFePO4 battery with a size of 14500, capacity – 600 mAh. Replacements are readily available on Amazon or other online retailers (some local stores also carry these).
The solar panel will last the lifetime of the light (15+ years)
How long will the solar post cap light run if fully charged? On a full charge the lights would last more than 24 hours. This reserve is to help with cloudy day performance. The solar panel should fully charge a completely dead battery in about 8 hours of direct sunlight.
On a full charge the lights would last more than 24 hours. This reserve is to help with cloudy day performance. The solar panel should fully charge a completely dead battery in about 8 hours of direct sunlight.
THREE EASY STEPS
PLAN YOUR PROJECT
SELECT YOUR KITS
INSTALL YOUR RAILING