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Model # EZ-349A

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Store SKU # 325079

1,800-Watt Gooseneck Swivel Photocell

$9.87 /each

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Model # EZ-349A

Internet # 204223990

Store SKU # 325079

The 1,800-Watt Gooseneck" Swivel Photocell is designed to turn your outdoor incandescent, LED, fluorescent, mercury vapor, metal halide, or sodium vapor light on at dusk and off at dawn. This light control offers a swiveling design that allows you to position the light where you want it to illuminate specific areas. This light control is UL listed for safe use in Canada.

  • Automatically turns on light at dusk and off at dawn
  • Gooseneck swivel base and slim design allows for precise positioning and fitting into tight locations
  • Rugged outdoor operating temperature range: -40 Degrees F to +158 Degrees F (or -40 Degrees C to +70 Degrees C)
  • Built-in safety time delay: 20 to 100 seconds

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
.5 
Product Height (in.) 
4.5 
Product Length (in.) 
1.25 
Product Width (in.) 
1.25 
Details
Detection Range (ft.) 
000 
Exterior Lighting Accessory Type 
Flood/Spot Security Light 
Exterior Lighting Product Type 
Flood and Spot Lights 
Fixture Color/Finish 
Black 
Glass/Lens Type 
No glass/lens 
Light Bulb Base Code 
Screw Terminal 
Maximum Wattage (watts) 
Number of Bulbs Required 
Outdoor Lighting Features 
Adjustable Lamp Head,Dusk to Dawn,Weather Resistant 
Power Type 
Hardwired 
Product Weight (lb.) 
.13 lb 
Range of Motion 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Timer Included 
No 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited 90-day 

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Exterior Lighting Product Type: Flood and Spot Lights
Power Type: Hardwired
Price: $0 - $10
Review Rating: 3 & Up
Brand: Defiant
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It works great at nite, in the day the lite flickers on and off. Is there any possible explanation why that may be?

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joplin, mo
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February 16, 2016
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the location that it is in may be to dark. causing the light to think it is getting dusk and turning on. from there it starts a loop of on off. adj so it is catching more light during day should fix.
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January 17, 2016
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I just had this problem.
What worked to handle it, was to just replace with a new one.
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December 23, 2015
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There are two possibilities from my experience; the first is that it is defective and should be replaced. The other is that trees blowing in the wind are partially shading the photocell. Try aiming it in a different direction. I would think that the delay on the photocell would prevent the second possibility but that depends on several factors.
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can this be used for an inductive load, eg. a coil on a contactor.

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October 15, 2015
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joplin, mo
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February 16, 2016
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it should if you load and volts are under the max for the photocell switch.
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November 22, 2015
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A coil on a contactor is a small enough inductive load that it should not be a problem at all.
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November 17, 2015
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Yes ive done that with it to energize coil to light CFL bulbs
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Can I use this sensor with two flood lights ?

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August 20, 2015
When I had it connected to one light it worked fined , when I wired the second light it didn't work ,the light just flash once .
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February 16, 2016
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you can use the sensor up to 1800watts. so if you have two flood lights with 500w bulbs, you are good at a 1000w. you could go for 3 lights. you are probably hitting the sensor with some light from the second light, this would cause the sensor to turn off just adj sensor away from light.
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It's probably a wiring issue.
The black wire (hot) from power source should be connected to the black wire going to the photocell.
All of the white (neutral) wires should all be connected together.
The black wires providing power to the floods should be connected to the red wire coming from the photocell.
Unless your two floods exceed the 1800 watt maximum load for this photocell (e.g. two 1,000 watt Read More
It's probably a wiring issue.
The black wire (hot) from power source should be connected to the black wire going to the photocell.
All of the white (neutral) wires should all be connected together.
The black wires providing power to the floods should be connected to the red wire coming from the photocell.
Unless your two floods exceed the 1800 watt maximum load for this photocell (e.g. two 1,000 watt halogen floods), then this wiring configuration should work. If not replace the photocell. Read Less
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August 22, 2015
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I used it with two Polaroid LED floodlights. In the past, I have used various branded photo-controls for 2-incandescent or 2-fluorescent bulbs. Only limitation is the controls' wattage capacity. It is listed as 1,800 watts which should easily support 2-150W bulbs.
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Will this work for LEDs?

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yes it does work with leds. i use them for my security lights.
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yes, I've installed several of these for LED loads
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 30 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Photocell that works The item works great and I will buy more soon. No issues with installing and directions were fine. May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly what I needed easy install, low cost, performs as needed. purchased second one for another fixture April 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by on at dark off at light easy to replace switch than a lighting system. last one lasted 8yrs. hope to get same out of this one. February 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works The Hampton Bay lights sold by Home Depot with built in sensors that are "on at dusk off at dawn" are total junk. They are LED killers and CF killers. This one has a built in delay that eliminates that strobe effect that happens at dawn with the Hampton Bay junk which kills your bulbs. I actually drilled a hole in the mounting plate of my light fixture and mounted this thing. It solved the problem. Some might say it looks odd, personally I don't think it looks bad mounted that way, it looks very functional, and it is. I am going to try the Defiant ez346 next time as it is just a button type, but as for this one, well in a tricky location you can aim it for optimum performance and...problem solved. November 23, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk After reviewing quite few of these in the same price range I settled on this one. Wired it up and it doesn't work. Tried setting it with the light switch, and nothing. A complete waste of my time and money. I destroyed the packaging trying to get it out. So I am, out the $10.00 I paid for it since it is not returnable without it. January 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Quick installation The photocell that came with the floodlight I bought was cheap and didn't work under the eave of my garage, leaving the lights on all day. I originally installed this one between the lights, but it didn't work because the lights were so bright at night that the reflection off of the underside of the eave caused the photocell to turn the light on and off repeatedly all night long (something I thought would probably happen because of the location). So, I bought a mount and installed the photocell around the corner, where the light from the floodlight would not affect it. It works great now, turning on right at dusk and turning off at dawn. The sensitivity of the photocell is good enough that it works properly in the morning even though it's facing West. The installation instructions were very easy to follow, but they are printed right on the side of the photocell itself. Not a big deal except that there is a big silver sticker on the side of the photocell that stays there (tried to get it off, but very sticky). It has a plastic casing and plastic swivel joint which would probably not hold up well to bumps or constant adjustments, but I installed it high and out of the way and don't need to adjust it because it works perfectly. Definitely a good purchase. January 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by exact replacement allows lighting upgrades This replacement photocell lighting controller not only replaces the original, but also allows lighting upgrades to CFL or LED instead of just incandescent, because it's made that way to begin with. It wires the same way with power in, power out and ground leads. It's waterproof construction allows it to be mounted right on the floodlight assembly outside. Also, because it's photocell, it doesn't matter what time darkness comes about or the cause of darkness, the lights come on anyway. December 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by the right one the first time Easy easy easy. Very happy with its simplicity of use. December 8, 2015
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