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Model # 22050

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Black Solar Powered 60-LED Outdoor Security Light with Motion Sensor

$27.26 /each
  • Amorphous solar panel will charge even during overcast days
  • Solar powered so no electrical wiring needed
  • Solar panel can be place up to 15 ft. away for max sun exposure

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Product Overview

This solar powered light has 60 super bright LEDs and is activated by any motion up to 50 ft. away. The amorphous solar panel recharges the batteries even during overcast days for added security on those days. With a 15 ft. wire, the solar panel can be place in an area with maximum sun exposure. This feature allows for use of the Motion Activated Security Light in any area shielded from sunlight which would otherwise not be suitable for a solar light. The light sensor automatically is activated at dusk. The Security Light has 3 adjustable settings. The 'auto' setting conserves the battery usage of the light by only activating it upon motion detection. This setting is ideal for use as a security measure to draw attention to anything moving nearby. The 'on' setting turns the light on for continuous use until the battery fully discharges or the light is manually turned off. Roughly 180 minutes of light is available on a full charge. Five AA 900mAh rechargeable batteries included. All hardware included for easy installation.

  • Amorphous solar panel will charge even during overcast days
  • Solar powered so no electrical wiring needed
  • Solar panel can be place up to 15 ft. away for maximum sun exposure
  • Auto on/ off setting for preferred lighting setting
  • Motion sensor detect movement up to 50 ft. away
  • Adjustable light setting from 5-60 seconds or always on
  • Produces up to 450 Lumens

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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
8.75 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Length (in.) 
8.75 
Product Width (in.) 
5.75 

Details

Bulb Type Included 
LED 
Detection Range (ft.) 
15 
Exterior Lighting Product Type 
Flood and Spot Lights 
Fixture Color/Finish 
Black 
Glass/Lens Type 
Clear 
Light Bulb Base Code 
Other 
Maximum Wattage (watts) 
Number of Bulbs Required 
60 
Outdoor Lighting Features 
Timer,Weather Resistant,Motion Sensing,Adjustable Lamp Head,Adjustable Detection Sensitivity 
Power Type 
Solar 
Product Weight (lb.) 
2.5 lb 
Range of Motion 
150 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Timer Included 
Yes 
UL Listing 
N-No UL Code Rating 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
No Certifications or Listings 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
One year limited warranty. Call 800-588-0590 for warranty claims. 

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are these waterproof

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YES you install them outside of your bldg
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Yes,they are suppose to be waterproof.
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Yes. I put one on my folks place, it's been through two rainy seasons so far with no problems.
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Keep in mind,there is a diiference in something being "water proof" and being "water resistant".Water resistant may not necessarily keep water out.Water proof should.
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They claim they are and someone in Arizona put one up just days before a big rain storm and they said the light worked fine after the storm.
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I just put this motion sensor into service and experienced a rare, for the desert, rainstorm within a few days and the lamp had no problems with the water from a half inch of rainfall.
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September 22, 2015
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Yes, these items are water proof.
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Is there any one with information or video a to help with where to place solar security lighting on a house three sides of it.

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You would place them just like any other security light, where you need them or rather areas that you want to light up via motion detection. Do however bear in mind that the solar panel will need to be mounted where it is in direct sun year round. It comes with a long cord from the solar panel to the light itself so you have many feet of cord to work with to ensure the panel is in the sun during the day Read More
You would place them just like any other security light, where you need them or rather areas that you want to light up via motion detection. Do however bear in mind that the solar panel will need to be mounted where it is in direct sun year round. It comes with a long cord from the solar panel to the light itself so you have many feet of cord to work with to ensure the panel is in the sun during the day to charge up the batteries. Read Less
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I would expect,one in the front of the house,one in back and one in any dark area you may have.It's hard to tell without seeing your house.It's pretty much a personal decision where to put them.Just make sure the solar panels can get enough sunlight throughout the day.These particular l;ights will charge even on cloudy days.
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Hey Sam:
I've done my own security for years, then did the security on a couple of warehouses for friends. How many lights you will need will depend on how big your home/building is.... but, for an average house you can rig this up for about $100 bucks and install it all in less than an hour. I've attached a basic security layout, under-eave mount, to give you some ideas. With this type of layout, if an
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Hey Sam:
I've done my own security for years, then did the security on a couple of warehouses for friends. How many lights you will need will depend on how big your home/building is.... but, for an average house you can rig this up for about $100 bucks and install it all in less than an hour. I've attached a basic security layout, under-eave mount, to give you some ideas. With this type of layout, if an intruder approaches he will set off one type of device (light or alarm). If he keeps coming or tries to dodge the first device, he'll set of a second one - their only answer is to retreat. That's what you want, them to get off your property. All of this is available at HD, the lights are now around $35 each and the alarms are about $18. The motion alarms automatically reset after they warble for five minutes. You don't have to turn them off/on, just leave them on and let them do the work.
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One thing to think about, while it's bright enough, it doesn't cast light very far. You'll wind up with about a 12' diameter lighted area with it mounted under the eave of your house. You may need more than one per side.
Another thought... if security is an issue... I really like these GE motion alarms. They're like $18 bucks a piece, Model # 51207. They keep these in stock at my local HD. Mount a couple
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One thing to think about, while it's bright enough, it doesn't cast light very far. You'll wind up with about a 12' diameter lighted area with it mounted under the eave of your house. You may need more than one per side.
Another thought... if security is an issue... I really like these GE motion alarms. They're like $18 bucks a piece, Model # 51207. They keep these in stock at my local HD. Mount a couple of these anyplace with heavy duty two sided sticky tape or use the screws that come with. They're not waterproof, however, but under an eave works great. They warble extremely loud, like, earsplitting, and are pretty sensitive. If you mount more than one, there are instructions on how to sync the remote so one remote will operate all of them. I even toss one of these in my car if I'm parking in a risky area. All they require is a couple of AA batteries, no wiring required. I had a pack stray dogs coming up and ripping into my garden. I hung a couple of those up out there... no worries. Only took once. Real inexpensive security solution. I have about a dozen of them - one in the garage, etc.
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Hi - That's going to depend on what your house is made of. If it's wood, or typical siding, it will be pretty easy. If you have metal siding, it will be a bit more of a challenge. First of all, the "where," depends on where you need the light the most. If it's for security reasons, think about your doors. It's really nice to be able to walk up to the door in the dark and have this light go on. It also Read More
Hi - That's going to depend on what your house is made of. If it's wood, or typical siding, it will be pretty easy. If you have metal siding, it will be a bit more of a challenge. First of all, the "where," depends on where you need the light the most. If it's for security reasons, think about your doors. It's really nice to be able to walk up to the door in the dark and have this light go on. It also works on crooks, they takeoff in a hurry. If your reasons are for security, think about the places a crook will try to come in. If it's for safety, think about what pathways are dark - places you walk that might be hazardous. As to how to mount them, attached is an illustration of a typical installation. But, keep in mind, it's just four screws, you can literally mount these about anywhere. Good luck on your project. Read Less
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Can this be mounted to a post?

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Yes, the mounting bracket is designed to allow mounting on a wall or fencepost.
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Yes. The mounting bracket for the light is 4.25 inches and must be placed horizontally. I have my light on a 4x6 post, mounted on the 6" side. The solar panel mounting is only 3" so can be mounted pretty much anywhere.
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There's no reason it could not be mounted on a post as long as the solar panel gets enough sunlight everyday.
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Yes, this bright motion sensor, powered by the sun, arrived on time and is in working order, furnishing needed illumination in the hours of darkness at our home.
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September 18, 2015
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Absolutely. I would not recommend a metal post unless you plan on providing a flat mounting base to accommodate the brackets on both the light and solar panel. The bracket on the solar panel is appx. 5 or 6 in wide, the one on the lamp itself is appx. 4" wide. It would mount well on a wooden post or wood base secured to a metal post. Of note, the position adjustment screws are simple knobs. This might Read More
Absolutely. I would not recommend a metal post unless you plan on providing a flat mounting base to accommodate the brackets on both the light and solar panel. The bracket on the solar panel is appx. 5 or 6 in wide, the one on the lamp itself is appx. 4" wide. It would mount well on a wooden post or wood base secured to a metal post. Of note, the position adjustment screws are simple knobs. This might not be durable in a higher wind application. In that event, you could add a split washer or thread sealant, even Gorilla glue. The cord between the solar panel and light is long, roughly 6-8 feet, it would be advised to secure this using cable clips or other. Read Less
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Will it stay lit ALL NIGHT?

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I need an affordable, bright solar light that will actually stay on all night. And stay bright until sunrise.
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No, they will not stay lit all night, they will only burn constantly for a couple of hours. However, they are not designed to burn all night. These are security lights with a motion detector and should only come on when something creates a motion within the detectors field of view. I have mine set to go off after about 8 - 10 seconds once activated. Of course if something continues to create motion Read More
No, they will not stay lit all night, they will only burn constantly for a couple of hours. However, they are not designed to burn all night. These are security lights with a motion detector and should only come on when something creates a motion within the detectors field of view. I have mine set to go off after about 8 - 10 seconds once activated. Of course if something continues to create motion within the field of view the will come right back on. It does have a switch where you can turn them on and they will stay on, but as stated, that is not going to last no longer than a couple of hours. Hope this helps. Read Less
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according to what I read,there is a switch that allows you to let the light run all the time.Also,what I read is it will run for 180 minute's that way before going out.Don't know how bright it will be by sunrise!
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No, choose a different light.
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No, it only stays lit for the length of time you are within the motion detectors range.
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January 14, 2015
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Unfortunately this model is only rated to last 90 minutes when on full time. Most solar security lights are not rated to stay lit all night. You can search for a solar lamp with the mounting option to meet your needs and most stay lit all night.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 142 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Would recommend Have over 2 acres, and we park or back. These light up nice, July 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Mostly good I purchased 5 total. One doesn't work, the other makes forever for the motion sensor to activate even when setting the sensor to sensitive.. The last 3 work like a champ. I threw the boxes away right away can't return the 2. Advice is to keep the boxes to see which ones work but if they do they will give a good amount of light. July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Surprised! I recently ordered three of these and based on the price I was not expecting too much. I was surprised! These lights are wonderful. They are bright and light up an area much more than I thought they would. I also did not expect them to detect motion very far, once again I was surprised. All three of mine are detecting motion about twenty feet away from where I mounted them, which is exactly within the parameters I was hoping for, and that is with the detection setting not all the way up. I did knock off one bar on the "quality" rating because every one of the heads on the included screws stripped out before they went in deep enough. Cheap screws, but the light and solar panel and detector head work well. I would recommend these solar powered security lights to anyone. I can now drive up my driveway at night and when I approach my house, boom, everything is lit up! June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Recommendation. Would be nice if it was with two light panels of 60 LEDs so i could point them at two different angels. Not just one. Other than that is ok. July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing! I purchased two of these amazingly, bright flood lights. I couldn't be more pleased and wowed by their performance! Highly recommend! June 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Security light with motion sensor This is an excellent security light with motion sensor. Highly recommend for the price. June 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Well worth the money It's cheap, its easy to install, set up is a snap. Quite a bright light and the long cord between the unit the solar panel gives you a lot of flexibility for installation. June 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lights up my backyard This is brighter than I expected and I'm very happy. June 14, 2016
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