The Gama Sonic replacement battery packs are made for specific Gama Sonic products. They have a plug-in wire attached to the battery pack that plugs into the solar light circuitry. Please read each product to determine if it is the correct Gama Sonic rechargeable battery for your solar lantern.
Keep your lights shining at night with new rechargeable batteries for solar lights.
We have AA and AAA solar rechargeable 1.2V Ni-CD, Ni-MH and 3.2V batteries for solar lights available in various mAh energy storage capacities, including the 3.2 Volt Gama Sonic lamp posts and Atlantic Solar post caps.
All solar lights that light up at night do include batteries that store the energy from the sun during the day. After 1 to 3 years when your lights start to go off after just a few hours, or are very dim at night, the batteries will need to be replaced.
The voltage must be exact when you replace your batteries for solar lights. If the existing battery is a 1.2V, you must replace it with a 1.2V battery. If the existing battery is a 3.2V, you must replace it with a 3.2V battery. Voltage is not interchangeable, since the circuitry is different.
The mAh number, which is the maximum amount of charge the battery can store during one full sunny day, can be increased on any type of Battery (excluding Gama Sonic solar lamp post lights) without causing any damage to your solar light.