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Hampton Bay 180-Degree Oil-Rubbed Bronze Motion-Sensing Outdoor Wall Lantern
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Hampton Bay

180-Degree Oil-Rubbed Bronze Motion-Sensing Outdoor Wall Lantern

  • Cast aluminum and brass housing is made for outdoor installation
  • 180 Degree, 30 ft. range of detection
  • Uses 1 medium-base bulb, 100-Watt maximum
$49.97 /each

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The Hampton Bay 180 Degree Outdoor Motion-Sensing Wall Lantern has an attractive brass housing with opaque sides that do not emit stray light, greatly reducing ambient light pollution and earning the approval of the International Dark Sky Association. Add that to energy savings from the auto-off feature and motion sensor for an environmentally friendly addition to your home. Uses 1 medium-base bulb, 100-Watt maximum (not included).

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can this light be set for on/off or is it just motion-operated?

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On/off, motion, or dusk to dawn.
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yes, it can be set for on/off with a switch.
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You can set it for motion sensor, dusk to dawn or manual.
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Portland Oregon
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April 2, 2015
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There is no on/off Just switch for length of time ON and one for motion sensitivity.
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Fort Myers FL
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February 20, 2015
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Yes, there are 4 switch positions (slide switch) , off, 2 min timeout, 6 min timeout and on.
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Denver, CO
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November 2, 2014
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While I have not verified for myself, page 10 of the instruction manual indicates that you can set manual override (disable motion) by flipping the wall switch from Off to On and then Off to On again all within 3 seconds. Do the same to re-enable motion sensing. Good luck.
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September 16, 2014
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Dear Valued Customer,
Yes, this light can be set for on/off and also for Dusk-to-Dawn feature.
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Can you use a LED bulb in this Fixture?

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Will a LED bulb work in this fixture?
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use only dimmable LED, it has an older style photocell
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The LED blub would have to be dimmable.. After a time it will damage the LED bulb if it is not dimmable
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Yes
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February 13, 2016
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You can use LEDs that are designed to replace incandescent style bulbs with a medium bulb base.
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at night light goes on and off constantly. what to do to stop it.

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Mine this this when first install. Adjust the sensitivity to a lower setting.
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My light doesn't have this problem. I think that the light itself is illuminating the daylight sensor. The light sensor has a long time delay (maybe 5 to 10 minutes. When the light is illuminated, the unit thinks it is daytime and after the time delay, shuts the light off. Make sure that the bulb light is not reflected into the light sensor. Is it by any chance mounted on a white wall?
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I have the same problem. It quickly toggles on, off. It's a bad design. It starts to get dark and it turns on, then the light from the light bulb reflects off the wall and onto the light sensor. This would be a non issue if the would have located the senor else were, perhaps on the side. Or they could have incorporated a minimum time it stays on in the circuitry.
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I have the same problem. It quickly toggles on, off. It's a bad design. It starts to get dark and it turns on, then the light from the light bulb reflects off the wall and onto the light sensor. This would be a non issue if the would have located the senor else were, perhaps on the side. Or they could have incorporated a minimum time it stays on in the circuitry.
Then again the manufacture may call for a different light bulb than what I put in there, so it's my fault (nnah). I'll try a different bulbs before returning it. In the mean time I placed a strip of electrical tape that doesn't cover the sensor, but shads it from the direct reflection. Read Less
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You might want to try using a flood light (if you haven't already) that focuses the direction of the light better and may prevent the sensor from receiving too much ambient light from a regular bulb. I did, and seems to work so far, but I have only owned this light for 24 hours so far.
Another alternative would be to simply cover the sensor with some electrical tape, but this would eliminate the dusk to Read More
You might want to try using a flood light (if you haven't already) that focuses the direction of the light better and may prevent the sensor from receiving too much ambient light from a regular bulb. I did, and seems to work so far, but I have only owned this light for 24 hours so far.
Another alternative would be to simply cover the sensor with some electrical tape, but this would eliminate the dusk to dawn feature entirely and you would only be relying on motion (which would trigger the light even during the middle of the day). A trade off I guess if you have exhausted all other options and can't return the light. Read Less
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August 20, 2014
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Dear Valued customer , this fixture has a motion sensor, something or someone is setting off the sensor.
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Can these lights have a photocell in them so that they are on all night long?

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Yes, you can set them to dusk-dawn.
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They have a photcell and work by motion sensor or dusk to dawn.
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