I want to convert a regular light fixture into solar for inside.
LandlightS on Jun 29, 2013Terri.....What you want to do is possible, but I think you should read this article first. It's long, but worth the reading so that you will understand what you are trying to accomplish. In essence, you will need a solar panel to charge an electrical source to convert into energy to light your lamp. It most likely have to be a 12 volt system as it will be to expensive to create a 120 volt solar system. Good reading, Gary http://science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/energy/solar-cell.htmHelpful Reply
LandlightS on Jun 29, 2013Terri....here is another article that can guide you through an installation. http://www.backwoodshome.com/articles2/yago116.htmlHelpful Reply
Terri Barmore on Jul 06, 2013Thanks LandlightSHelpful Reply
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