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Model # 43106

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150-Watt Outdoor Aluminum High Power Sodium Flood Light Fixture with Low-Light Sensor

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  • HID bulbs last up to 12 times longer than incandescent bulbs
  • Dusk to Dawn feature ensures lights only come on after dark

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Model # 43106

Internet # 203976581

Globe Electric 150-Watt Outdoor high power sodium flood light with low light sensor, aluminum is the best solution for your outdoor security needs. This mercury vapor HID light fixture is made with durable aluminum that is waterproof, automatically turns on and off and this outdoor security light fixture uses 89% less energy and provides brightness equivalent to a 1350-Watt bulb. This HID light bulb lasts up to 12 times longer than incandescent bulbs and produces up to 10 times more light. Requires one 150-Watt light bulb (included).

  • Constructed of weather resistant, die cast aluminum
  • Dusk to dawn feature activates the fixture at dusk and deactivates it at dawn
  • HID bulbs last up to 12 times longer than incandescent bulbs and produce up to 10 times more light
  • Light fixture uses 89% less energy and provides brightness equivalent to a 1350 watt bulb
  • Light fixture is great for all your outdoor security needs

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
17.4 
Product Height (in.) 
10.23 
Product Length (in.) 
17.4 
Product Width (in.) 
12.3 
Details
Bulb Type Included 
High Pressure Sodium 
Commercial Light Type 
Area Lights 
Detection Range (ft.) 
Exterior Lighting Accessory Type 
Flood Lights 
Exterior Lighting Product Type 
Area Lights 
Fixture Color/Finish 
Silver 
Glass/Lens Type 
No glass/lens 
Light Bulb Base Code 
Mogul 
Maximum Wattage (watts) 
Number of Bulbs Required 
Outdoor Lighting Features 
Dusk to Dawn,Weather Resistant 
Power Type 
Hardwired 
Product Weight (lb.) 
10.23 lb 
Range of Motion 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Timer Included 
No 
UL Listing 
N-No UL Code Rating 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
No Certifications or Listings 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
No manufacturer warranty 

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Bulb Type Included: High Pressure Sodium
Power Type: Hardwired
Price: $50 - $100
Number of Bulbs Required: 1 - 1.1
Review Rating: 4 & Up
Brand: Globe Electric
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What is the maxiumum wattage of the bulb that can be used with this particular fixture?

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This fixtures comes with a 150 watt bulb but I noticed that Phillips makes both a 175W
and a 250W mercury vapor bulb. I have over 1300sf of area to light and would rather have
too much than too little light
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GET THE 750W THERE THE BEST!
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contrary to the other answer to this question, you CAN NOT use a lower wattage bulb with this fixture. If it is designed for a 150 watt bulb, you must use a 150 watt bulb. This is because the built in ballast is for a 150 watt bulb.
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October 1, 2014
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Hello, You should never exceed the recommended wattage on a fixture, as the higher wattage bulb will pull more power than the fixture can handle, and it can burn the fixture. The opposite, a lower wattage bulb on a higher wattage fixture, can be done however.
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Is the arm removeable. I replacing an old one & just want to replace the head.

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June 3, 2016
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The are arm is removeable. However, wires will need to be disconnected and reconnected in order to replace the head as this is a custom job you might want to consult with a qualified electrician - Globe Customer Care
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June 2, 2016
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Yes, the arm is removable on the light fixture.
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The light output is yellow, I need a whiter light. What is the highest kelvins in light I can install and where can I buy the whiter kelvin bulb?

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If you roam a neighborhood at night, you will see both sodium (yellow) and mercury vapor (blue) lights. Get the mercury vapor. You will also see the occasional metal halide. I think they are closer to a white light, but I don't think their longevity is very good. We recently got a high output LED, but you usually pay about 4 times as much money over the old high output. We love it, but it was big Read More
If you roam a neighborhood at night, you will see both sodium (yellow) and mercury vapor (blue) lights. Get the mercury vapor. You will also see the occasional metal halide. I think they are closer to a white light, but I don't think their longevity is very good. We recently got a high output LED, but you usually pay about 4 times as much money over the old high output. We love it, but it was big bucks.
As for the Kelvin temperature, these are not typically shown on the bulb package or any place that is talking about bulb color. That idea is usually set aside for indoor lighting where color rendition may be crucial. That being said, there are Internet blogs and places that will list these values. It is fairly important for photographers when doing their color correction, say in a photo editing program. But since you are likely not running an outdoor TV or photo studio, the color temperature in Kelvin is not important. If it truly is, get an LED that advertises white light. I prefer mercury vapor lights myself. The bulbs seem to last forever.
Since this is on a sodium vapor light, I would recommend you not get this fixture. Read Less
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January 14, 2016
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Sodium bulbs typically emit a more yellow light than white - this is the nature of the technology. Globe currently only produces a sodium bulb with a color temperature of 2700K, which is considered Soft White. While there may be bulbs with higher K values than this (the higher the K value, the 'whiter' the light color), they are not produced by Globe - you would have to search for other manufacturers.
Sodium bulbs typically emit a more yellow light than white - this is the nature of the technology. Globe currently only produces a sodium bulb with a color temperature of 2700K, which is considered Soft White. While there may be bulbs with higher K values than this (the higher the K value, the 'whiter' the light color), they are not produced by Globe - you would have to search for other manufacturers.
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I need a 240 volt street light

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I had a light service out to work on our street lights. They found a couple that need replaced. He told me to look for a 240 volt light. Do they even make them?
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September 23, 2015
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Globe does not offer any outdoor security light designed to be wired with 240 / 220 volt circuits. This fixture is for use with regular residential 120 / 110 volt wiring only.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Won't hold up in the weather This is our second light in one year. We've had the local power company install the light on a power pole and he has been back out twice. The lens and the aluminum piece that connects to the the units has pulled apart. The light is mounted with an arm and the first time the whole lens fell to the ground and broke. We took it back and exchanged for another light. (The same kind) Had it installed again by the power company and again it has pulled through from the plate and washers. The durability is nothing more than a pop can. There are multiple people in our valley who's lights look the same with the lens hanging and only hanging on by the light bulb. If you have any wind at all this is not the light for you. On a building with a direct mount to the building might be different, however our experience has been awful. June 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great light for the $ Great light for the price. Easy install. The light it puts out does have yellow tint to it at night. June 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by let there be light I needed a new outdoor light (old one gave up the ghost ) researched a bunch of lights got this one . It was a little more expensive but a better light for sure. I had looked at some at the store they seemed a little cheap, this one had the look of quality and was a breeze to hook up . Its been up a few months and works perfect. Lots of light, this is good I would recommend this product April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fantastic Items These lights were fantastic to install and work like a charm! I bought 3 so far and will replace two more in the future. April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best security light I've ever had. This light was a great value for the price. It lights up the yard tremendously. The first one I bought from you lasted 16 years and I hope this one does too! March 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great outdoor light As advertised.....looks good, works well, easy to install. March 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent flood light I chose this light for its coverage. Installation was simple. December 29, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good lighting, insufficient installation options This lighting fixture provides a tremendous amount of light. I mounted it on the side of my house about 10 feet off the ground. My 90'x75' backyard is now brightly lit all night. My neighbors even thanked me for helping illuminate their backyard, which enabled them to see a coyote jump their fence and prevent their small dog from being killed. What you see is all you get. There is no junction box or mounting plate included with this light. It comes with a simple clamp and four screws. Since it didn't have a mounting plate, I had to bolt it directly to the side of the house and run a wire from my existing exterior lighting mount (on which my old light was mounted) to the base of this fixture. I REALLY didn't like having to do that, but I grounded it and sealed my exterior lighting mount to prevent moisture from shorting it out. It should be fine. The long arm moves easy, and can be positioned wherever you like. I positioned the light at an outside corner, which allowed me to light up an area that had no previous lighting thus avoiding the necessity of adding an additional light fixture and wiring, which saved me money, time, and trouble. It's not a pretty light, but its aluminum housing is rugged and sturdy and it should stand up to just about anything nature can throw at it. I'm waiting to see how the plastic bulb cover holds up in a hail storm. We get a lot hail in Indiana, which is another reason I bought this particular light. Hopefully, it will be impervious to hail as well. I gave this light FOUR STARS for a couple of reasons: 1) I haven't gotten an electric bill yet to see how much energy it uses, and 2) Not having a mounting plate just didn't seem right. However, it is a bit heavy and might put too much stress on a regular electrical mounting box. Overall, I'm happy with my purchase because I LOVE the HUGE AMOUNT OF LIGHT this thing throws out. If I had raised it another 10 feet, it would light up almost the same area as a football field. If you want to really light up an area, deter thieves, and protect your property -- then THIS IS THE ONE. October 6, 2015
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