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New England Carriage 150-Degree Outdoor Antique Bronze Motion-Sensing Lantern

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The New England Carriage 150-Degree Outdoor Motion-Sensing Lantern features patented DualBrite 2-level lighting that provides soft accent lighting and full-power security lighting when motion is detected. The lamp has a metal housing with a weather-resistant antique bronze finish. It uses a standard 100-watt light bulb (not included) and is UL listed.

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What voltage is this light?

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May 31, 2012
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110
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120V/60hz
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Is the bottom open for easy access?

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May 25, 2014
I'm thinking of purchasing this light... Thanks
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Yes it is. Thanks for your question.
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Can you use dimmable LED lighting in these?

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Yes, you can use a dimmable outdoor rated LED bulb with this fixture.
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Save your box If you purchase this product you may want to esnure you save your box because you may have to return it. While installing mine paint started to chip off and I noticed a screw missing from the manufacturer. The sensitivity adjustment is behind the light housing, so in order to adjust it you have to remove the light and remount. Not too big a deal, but one problem adds to another. Once I had mine installed, it worked for about 30 minutes and then quit. I checked all the power and had power going to the light, had a good bulb, etc., but for some reason it just didn't work any more. I January 19, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by New England Carriage Lantern I love the look but hated the installation. The electrical box that were embedded in the brick were small. If it wasn't for the adapter brackets from the old light I couldn't have installed these light on my house. The screw that hold the light to the bracket would not back out as they would hit the brick and the light wouldn't tighten to the wall. The ones that were on the old light stuck out a little so the tightening screw would not hit the brick. Once I figured I had to use the old style brackets, the installation went fast. March 25, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good lite I found this light to perform as advertised. We like the dual level feature and the appearance even though the color was a bit different. The controls are a little difficult to reach after installation but I wanted them hidden anyway. Adjustments should be made in twilight conditions. I installed one and a few weeks later bought another. Both have worked flawlessly for a year so far. March 13, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent motion sensor light I have used four of these lights for seven years. One of them went out, so this is a replacement. I used two of them in a previous house and was pleased with them. They are easy to install and adjust. October 22, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by So far so good WE really like the appearance of these lanterns. Clean, clear and handsome. The installation was easy and they work just as they are supposed to. They have only been in a couple of weeks and we have no problems, no complaints. by the way, there are now 2 settings, on all night or on for only 6 hours. January 31, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Color is different than picture, not energy efficient The color of the Lantern is different than the one depicted in picture. It has a copper-ish hue to it. Looks lighter and more copper like than the picture. Another draw back is that it cannot use Flouroscent CFL light bulbs. You need a halogen light bulb or regular bulb, hence not energy efficient. July 21, 2011
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Sort of Works... I installed this 6 weeks ago. When the setting is on Low sensitivity you have to wave your arm to get it to turn on at night. When the setting is on Medium or High sensitivity it turns on okay but it usually stays on all night even though I have the timer set to 10 minutes. September 17, 2011
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Decent light, but I took it back Bottom Line: this light is a good price for the size/looks and may work great for some applications, but didn't for me...read on for the details. This light was for our back porch...it was installed about 6.5 feet up from the porch floor and another 3 feet from the driveway grade (house is on a crawl space). When I walked out on the porch from the house the light would turn on, but when I would stand 30 feet away from the house and walk toward the light it wouldn't turn on until I was up the steps and on the porch. There are adjustments for sensitivity and horizontal, but not vertical...the sensor was just pointing too high. If your house is slab on grade it may work, but it didn't for me. I thought maybe I just had a bad one, so I went to HD and this light was on display with a bunch of other lights...it has the dual bright and was on the low setting in the store so I know it was on, but sure enough, I walked up and down the isle multiple times to test them and every single light tripped except this one. I bought the next level up by the same brand and it works just fine installed in the exact same place. September 6, 2012
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