converting solar lights to wired
I came across a great deal on some solar landscaping lights. The lights seem pretty great, the only problem is that a big part of my yard just doesn't get enough sun to keep them charged. So I'm considering getting a DC transformer and wiring them up. They're single LED lights powered by a 3.2v batter. I assume that if I get a 3-ishv DC transformer I should be good to go, but that's where my question lies. Does it have to be 3v transformer or does it matter? will a 12v dc transformer be ok? Any advice would be appreciated.
Oh and I've considered returning them, which I can do, and just getting some wired lights, but I really like the lights. The light looks great and the fixtures are much higher quality than you usually get in the bulk sets. I'd easily pay 3-5x what I paid to get comparable lights, so I'm willing to invest a little time.