Model # 9165

Internet #100141834

null 65 Watt White Fluorex, Fluorescent Yard Light

65 Watt White Fluorex, Fluorescent Yard Light

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Product Overview

This fixture has Dusk to Dawn operation. Pole and Wall mount plates provided. Electronic operation for sub-zero temperature. Uses 65 watt with 500 watt output. Fluorescent bulb included.

  • Uses only 65 watts of electricity
  • Pole or wall mount
  • Dusk to dawn operation
  • Bulb included

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Commercial Light Type
Area Lights
Detection Range (ft.)
Exterior Lighting Product Type
Area Lights
Fixture Color/Finish
Fixture Material
Glass/Lens Type
Light Bulb Base Code
Light Bulb Type Included
Maximum Wattage (watts)
Number of Bulbs Required
Outdoor Lighting Features
Dusk to Dawn,Weather Resistant
Product Weight (lb.)
Range of Motion
UL Listing
N-No UL Code Rating
Wattage (watts)
65 W

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
2 year limited warrenty

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Customer Questions & Answers

What is the part number on the replacement bulb.

Asked by: KBS111
model 9166B color 6500K CRI 80
Answered by: Rafy
Date published: 2016-10-31
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Customer Reviews

65 Watt White Fluorex, Fluorescent Yard Light is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not for areas with bugs or cold temps I purchased a light and installed in the backyard. The circuit board was shorted by a bug landing across the terminal board because the vent holes were large enough to permit the bug entry. I purchased a second light and using RTV glued a piece of metal bug screen over the vents to prevent another bug from shorting out this light. We have had over a week of sub-zero temps. The light is no longer functioning and inserting a new bulb doesn't help. If you live in a cold climate, go with a mercury vapor light if you want light in cold temps. I am going to try to put a warmed bulb in and try it. If it doesn't work, I will be switching. The two lights purchased in this review didn't last 8 months total between them.
Date published: 2008-02-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality, poorly designed, does not last long I purchased several of these fixtures a while ago. The fixtures did not last long--one only lasted a few months, while others lasted a couple of years. They failed because the internal electronic ballast went bad. Unlike typical CFL fixtures, the ballast is housed in the fixture and is not part of the bulb. So replacing the bulb would not solve the problem. And there is no way to replace the internal ballast without replacing the entire fixture. Although the lighting was otherwise very good, the poor quality of these fixtures makes them unacceptable in my opinion. I suspect these fixtures were PURPOSELY designed with a short lifespan. It would be better if the fixture was designed with CFL bulbs with a replaceable ballast. I would strongly advise to stay away from these fixtures.
Date published: 2011-04-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good and Bad I have owned several of these and some are good while most are not. I am a retired lineman from a local utility and have had a lot of experience with outdoor lighting. The problem with these and some of the lights that we had are the starting circuits that cause the light to start up. These parts cannot be replaced locally and require that you send the light back to the manufacture for replacement. This company does sell a 65 watt bulb that you can use in a 175 watt mercury light. I have several of these and they work perfect. The light seems as bright as the 175 watt mercury bulb and cost a lot less to operate. The lights that I have have a ballast but I am not sure that all 175 watt mercury lights do. These bulbs may not work in a light that does not have a ballast. Home Depot did carry these bulbs, but I am not sure that they still do.
Date published: 2012-04-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great light output, price is right. Easy to replace in 4 yrs. I've had this type light for over 12 yrs. The light holds up great in wind and rain, but the sensors tend to wear out in about 4 to 5 yrs under heat and humidity of Northeast Florida. Easy and low cost to replace. The light quality is great- my entire back yard (one acre) is visible like on a bright moonlit evening. The only drawback is that you'll be replacing it in 4-5 years (I bought two- one as a spare for when that time comes). Still a good value.
Date published: 2013-06-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great when they work...but won't work for long. Bought 2 for a barn that were protected under large eaves. One lasted about a year and the other lasted a few months longer. The problem seemed to be with the diode or circuit board. Also the flimsy plastic mounting bracket snapped. When they worked the quality of light was very easy on the eyes unlike a sodium or mercury lamp. Wouldn't take too much to improve this light, but I won't give them another chance at this point.
Date published: 2012-08-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fantastic light output if you're willing to put a little effort into prepping before install. Thi... Fantastic light output if you're willing to put a little effort into prepping before install. This light puts out a brilliant white light for minimum wattage. I have owned 3 of these over the last 11 years. The main drawback is quality control in weather/insect proofing. My first light lasted just a few months due to an insect getting into the workings and shorting out the electronic board. My second light lasted 5 years until the same happened. With my current light, I added some mesh over the vents on the housing and weather proofed all of the joints with silicone before installing and it has been in constant use for 5 years and counting. The reason I continue to use this model despite having to modify it to make it more dependable, is because no other security light I have seen puts out such a wonderfully bright white light at such a low wattage and at a very reasonable price. If you are not willing to put the effort into prepping your light like I have described, then DO NOT buy this light. However, if you are a D.I.Y kinda person that sees 15 minutes of work as a good trade off for great lighting at low cost, then by all means give this light a try.
Date published: 2016-10-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked over 7 years I have two of these lights I bought in 2003. These are very energy efficient. I will say that the housing doesn't provide enough protection against very wet locations. The light in the front of my house has the overhang of the roof to help protect it. The backyard light however, does not and when it pours down rain the light will cease to work for several days. This last rain may have done it in because it has not come back on for a week now. May be the bulb. I will check it later. Good bright light with a small price. Only had to replace the bulb once that I can remember.
Date published: 2010-12-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad My husband installed it and the bulb didnt even work. He spend a few hour trying to find out what that he done wrong. After a few hours he couldnt belive that the bulb 65 watts didnt work.
Date published: 2015-09-18
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