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Lithonia Lighting

Model OFLR 9LN 120 P BZ M2

Internet #204738789

Store SKU #157013

Bronze LED Outdoor Wall-Mount Flood Light with Photocell

$139.00 /each
  • Efficient LEDs produce 2,067 Lumens
  • 3 tool-free adjustable heads direct light where it is needed
  • Photocell automatically turns light on at dusk and off at dawn

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The Lithonia Lighting Wall-Mount Outdoor Floodlight features 3 tool-free adjustable heads that direct light where it is needed. This bronze outdoor floodlight also features a photocell that automatically turns light on at dusk and off at dawn to keep your property safely lit and to save on energy costs. This item features LED technology that will lower your energy costs.

  • 2067 Lumens
  • Rugged cast aluminum and corrosion-resistant bronze housing is ideal for outdoor installation
  • Clear glass type to help maximize illumination
  • Bronze finish for a classic look
  • 3 tool-free adjustable heads direct light where it is needed
  • Wall-mount to recessed junction box only
  • Weather-resistant housing and lens for durability
  • Energy-saving LED technology
  • Photocell automatically turns light on at dusk and off at dawn for convenience and to save on energy costs
  • CUL listed to US and Canadian safety standards and wet location listed

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With so many specifications listed, why is there *no* indication of how much light this produces? That's the first thing yhou need to know.

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2067 lumens
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Hello,
I have installed a few of theses at my property,
Important Specs to help you decide:
They use 33 Watts
Produce 2067 Lumen's of light
Estimated energy costs per year $13.25
They are the super bright white color of light (6500)
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February 9, 2014
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Light specifies 1680 lumens. Specs from packaging says 30W
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January 25, 2014
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2067 lumens color accuracy 71
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December 31, 2013
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The OFLR9LN produces 2067 lumen.
Be careful though as they also sell the older model (OFLR9LC) at the same price which only produces 1719 lumen. It's this older model they have in the stores around where I live, so I had to order it on-line.
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December 15, 2013
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You are right. The Home Depot web site doesn't indicate how many lumens this item produces. I was concerned about that and used 2 other web sites to verify the brightness. Husky is correct, this item produces 2067 lumens using 33 watts.
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There are two versions of this light - OFLR 9LC (older version) and OFLR 9LN (newer version). The older version (9LC) produces 1,500 lumens. The newer version (9LN) produces 2067 lumens. I think they both have the same SKU at Home Depot, so you need to check the box to make sure it says 2,067 Lumens.
I purchased 10 of the newer versions. Good news is they are QUITE bright. Bad news is 2 out of the 10 Read More
There are two versions of this light - OFLR 9LC (older version) and OFLR 9LN (newer version). The older version (9LC) produces 1,500 lumens. The newer version (9LN) produces 2067 lumens. I think they both have the same SKU at Home Depot, so you need to check the box to make sure it says 2,067 Lumens.
I purchased 10 of the newer versions. Good news is they are QUITE bright. Bad news is 2 out of the 10 are faulty - they flicker. I am going to exchange those. I have them mounted in the eaves, about 10 feet. It lights up an area about 40x60 feet (box says 60' x 120')
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November 17, 2013
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Hey WTS11.
I understand your frustration. Because most people understand brightness in watts, it would do the lights no justice because they are so incredibly efficient saying that they burn 15 or so watts makes them sound dim. Standing in the aisle in the store, these lights are incredibly bright.
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How many watts does it use?

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33 watts
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They use less then the fluorescent bulbs and are very bright. I think it is around 10 but can't remember off hand.
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Light uses 30 watts
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32.8 watts
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This flood light uses 33 watts according to the manufacturer's literature.
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January 6, 2014
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This fixture uses 32.5 watts with 66 lumens per watt. Thanks for your question!
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Can I point the light straight down to light up a store front?

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Yes. All 3 heads are position-able.
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light fixture will be about 10 degress off of vertical. Cone of light should illuminate directly below.
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Yes, you will be able to point the light straight down to light up a store front.
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can the dusk to dawn be disabled and turn the light and off by using a wall switch only

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Yes. You can simply put a piece of electrical tape over the photocell and the fixture will then come on any time there is power (i.e. you turn the switch on)
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yes, if you jumper the wires to the light sensor. this is reasonably accessible.
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Presuming you only want to have the light illuminated at night, a switch should turn it off without a problem. As the factory answer indicated, disabling the photo-eye would void the warranty, and black tape would "fool" the photo-eye into thinking it was dark out there if you need it on during daylight (?!). I don't see that turning it off with a switch would bother anything (factory guy?) as the switch Read More
Presuming you only want to have the light illuminated at night, a switch should turn it off without a problem. As the factory answer indicated, disabling the photo-eye would void the warranty, and black tape would "fool" the photo-eye into thinking it was dark out there if you need it on during daylight (?!). I don't see that turning it off with a switch would bother anything (factory guy?) as the switch would just de-energize it just as it is in the box. Typically we would install a time clock to energize a photo-eye circuit at 2:00 or 3:00 in the afternoon (well before dark) and go off at 11:00 or 12:00 at night when a client didn't want the lights burning all night but only until closing and employees autos clear of the parking lot. At 33 or so watts drawn it would be cheaper than installing a switch to just let it run dusk to dawn, but if there's already a switch for a fixture you are replacing I'd just leave it alone and use or not use the switch. That's what I plan to do... Read Less
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The sensor cannot be disabled without voiding the warranty. Suggestion would be to cover the sensor with electrical tape or paint the sensor eye and work with a light switch
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 62 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Fail! This light is easy to install and looks great after installation. Very bright and provides great lighting! But I had it up for two weeks and the lights slowly began to get dimmer and dimmer as the days went on. I got a ladder to inspect the fixture and found that all three heads had filled with water from recent rains. I removed the fixture and tipped it upside down and the water ran out the knuckle fitting that provides head adjustment. August 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by leds burn out after a while and the light strobes the leds burn out after a few months and the fixture starts to strobe... September 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great led light !!!!!!!!!!!! Easy to install and great looking. Great flood beam coverage! August 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't last and no one from the company ever responds I'm on my second one of these, both died after approximately 16 months of operation. Try to email or call the company for the five year limited warranty and no one ever responds. This is the last time I'll purchase a Lithonia Lighting product, the don't stand behind their warranty and their product doesn't last. July 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Quality Product I've had this light exactly one year. It sits at the top of the side of the house (approx 25 ft high) to illuminate a dark area and what a great job it does. Haven't had any issues. 5 stars all the way. May 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome! It lights up my church sign and the American Flag. No replacing light bulbs and it draws WAY less electricity than older bulbs. March 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very bright! Too bright in the rain (will not turn on) Only 4 stars because it is too bright! When it's raining, it will not turn on because the brightness of the light will turn the light off from the sensor. I had to tape over it with black electrical tape in order for it to work in the rain January 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Dead after one year I purchased two of the fixtures for my building. The first one started blinking and going out after about a year. The second one has now failed also. December 21, 2015
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