Generally, our LL- Solar lamps need to receive the equivalent of 3-4 hours direct sunlight per day to function normally. A full day of charging under cloud conditions would be approximately the same as 3-4 hours of sunlight. The solar lamp should continue to function normally if it receives more than enough sun on one day but not enough on the next.

Example: The solar lamp receives 8 hours of sunlight on a sunny Tuesday and then Wednesday, it is rainy and there is no charging. The solar lamp should still illuminate all night following the rainy day. NOTE: if the batteries are fully charged, it would have enough power to stay lit for 25.5 hours.