Model # PSO1W

Internet #203404521

XEPA 600 Lumen 160 Degree Outdoor Motion Activated Solar Powered White LED Security Light


600 Lumen 160 Degree Outdoor Motion Activated Solar Powered White LED Security Light

$5621 /box
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Product Overview

This PSO1 Motion Activated Solar Powered LED Security light is the cost-effective way to illuminate and protect most spaces around your home, or business, including an entry way to a parking lot, garage, walkway, or recreational area. With its easy setup and lightweight design, this light conforms to your lighting and security needs and is especially useful when an electrical outlet is not accessible or convenient to install. The PSO1 solar security light converts sunlight to electricity, so lighting is available wherever you desire. Simply assemble and secure the light then place the solar panel in an area where it will receive direct sunlight for at least six hours a day (the attached 15 ft. cable provides sufficient length for easy placement). In Auto mode (normal setting), the light illuminates at night when motion is detected, then automatically resets after about 60 seconds. The lights feature LEDs (equal to 60-Watt incandescent bulb), and the lamp heads are made of cast aluminum to assure durability.

  • Solar powered lighting, no electricity bill
  • Easy installation-no electrical wiring is needed and anyone can set up
  • LEDs (equivalent to 60-Watt)
  • Motion detection at a distance of up to 50 ft., range of 160 degrees
  • 2 lamp heads for dual direction illumination
  • Auto illumination when motion detected at night
  • Easy replaceable rechargeable battery pack included: 7.4-Volt / 2200 mAh lithium-ion
  • Charging panel: 12-Volt/3-Watt monocrystalline silicon solar panel protected by tempered glass
  • Color temperature: 6500K

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Customer Questions & Answers

What is the maximum distance allowable between the light and the solar panel?

Asked by: marcus
As far as cable will reach, don't try to add cable to panel.
Answered by: rick
Date published: 2016-12-08

What is the nominal electrical output (in DC volts and DC milliamps) of the solar cell

Asked by: CuriousGeorge
Given the price it is going to vary a bit. I would check the online manual they might list the power from it or at least the storage of the battery and how long it takes to charge, You could then do some rough guesses by comapring those.
Answered by: carnini
Date published: 2015-10-08
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Customer Reviews

600 Lumen 160 Degree Outdoor Motion Activated Solar Powered White LED Security Light is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 136.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect for lite traffic areas, If you live in an area where there's heavy traffic at night or ca... Perfect for lite traffic areas, If you live in an area where there's heavy traffic at night or cats out all night, the light will continue to come on and drain the battery by morning. Perfect for sheds too. Bright enough for the drive way and or alleyways. Easy to install. I recommend sitting it out all day prior to installation and test it before you install it permanently. Does a great job for the price.
Date published: 2017-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what we wanted. Good product. We feel this is a very good product. We mounted it, about four feet high, under our second story deck, on one of the vertical support beams. We aimed the spotlights left and right so that they light up 20 feet to one side and 20 feet to the other, illuminating the basement door and one window and under the deck and a second window. The illumination for each spotlight is equivalent, approximately, to a 25 watt incandescent bulb. The light is sufficient for our needs. It responds instantly to motion. The only drawback is that it doesn't stay on more than two minutes. However, if there is constant movement, the light stays on.
Date published: 2013-07-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Performs well. The pros: easy install; looks great; easy to adjust; the dual light is a great feature since both lights are equally bright. The cons: light is a blue hue, not a bright white light; illuminates about 15 ft of the driveway; sensor does not detect movement up to 50 ft as touted by the product. Overall, this product works as described. I wish it were brighter or carried further, but it does a good job. I think it would work better to illuminate alley ways as opposed to the front driveway (which is where I put it). I would recommend this product to anyone who is looking for a motion sensor light.
Date published: 2014-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great product and feel safe This solar security definitely make me feel secure and extremely bright, much better than the one I had in my front walk way (already replaced with these wonderful product). I am amazed that the light can put out such bright light even though powered by the sun. It worked right out of the box, simple set up, lights up the walk way nicely. My husband loved my choice. Only concern about it is that the light is too bright which can shine over the yard to my neighbor.. no kidding, the light is that super bright!
Date published: 2012-07-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Xepa PS01 Our Condo Association purchased 13 of the PS01's for our car ports. Within 6 months only 3 were still functioning. Two were removed and batteries were tested with a voltage meter and both showed that the batteries were fully charged but the LED lights didn't turn on. Home Depot wouldn't take them back so we had to contact the Distributer XEPA. We were told to return all ten to them at our expense to XEPA in California. XEPA told us that all five boxes were received from USPS crushed. XEPA will not take pictures of the crushed boxes so we can file a claim with USPS. They are willing to ship them back at our expense. DON'T BUY!
Date published: 2015-12-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good LED lighting I bought two for my backyard where there is no lighting whatsoever. The brightness and coverage are very good for LEDs, especially in this price range. Installation was pretty easy using the templates included. They stay on for only about a minute or so, and will not reset until the end of the 'on' cycle. So, it will 'blink' as you walk around. The test position helps set the light to the environment and should be used once the unit is installed. I found putting the switch to 'test' at night works the best. Return the switch to 'on' though, after the test cycle is finished. It's s good security light but the 'on' time and reset mode limit their use.
Date published: 2014-01-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Unique product. Model PS01W Solar powered motion activated light. Home Depot # 203404521. I purchased two of these lights to place under the eves along a walkway to the entrance of my house. This area is not well lighted at night, and I was looking for a simple way to light this area as needed. These don’t require a electrical connection, just the solar panel. Initial impression of the PSO1 lights: The light kit consists of a light unit, and a solar array unit with a fifteen foot long connection cord. The light unit consists of a battery / circuit housing, with two LED light housings, and a motion sensor housing attached to it with adjustable “links”. The light housings are adjustable in two axis, as is the motion sensor housing. The motion sensor has no sensitivity adjustments other than how you “aim” it. Each LED “spot” light housing can be adjusted in two axis relative to the battery housing. The battery housing provides the mount base for the unit. The battery housing also has the connection port for the power cable from the Solar array panel. There is also a sealed slide switch that has three functions; OFF, Auto and Test. The battery housing contains two Lithium cells rated at 2.2 Amp hours and ~3.4 Volts each, and the sensor and charging control circuits. The batteries should be replaceable when they wear out. The battery housing has a “O” ring seal around the rear panel opening to keep moisture out. There are two closed, recessed slots on the back of the rear panel to use for mountain screws (blind mounting). These slots do not open into the housing to prevent moisture from intruding. If the unit is mounted vertically, this will probably work fine. In my application, I mounted these at about a 30 degree angle, so I made wood base plates and fastened these to the battery housing using four longer, screws that lined up with the four screw holes for the rear panel attachment. This provided a more secure attachment. The screws used to fasten the housing to the light and sensor links are not stainless steel, all screws are just chrome plated. I would expect these to rust in time. The backs of LED light housings appear to be aluminum, probably for cooling of the LEDs. The position of each light and the motion sensor is secured with “thumb” screw adjustments. These seem to be fairly sturdy and easy to adjust. The solar array panel is a plastic housing, with a “ball” style clamp that mates to the short plastic mounting base. The base has holes for four screws to fasten it to the surface that it will be installed on. The ball clamp is held in place with two screws, and a plastic ball clamp cover witch provides tension on the ball end of the base.These parts are made of plastic. Although this seems to work to support the solar array panel, I question how well it will hold the position of the panel over time, and under windy conditions. The panel had some clear sealant around the bezel edge of the panel where the solar array was. Since this panel is exposed to the elements all the time, it will be interesting to see how well it holds up to the rain and UV radiation. General comments: The sensitivity of the motion detector worked well in my application. Small animals, cats for instance, would easily turn on the lights at night. The lights are quite bright, but have a limited coverage area. The manual says they are equal to 60 watt incandescent bulb. I would agree with this. The color is a bright white, ~6500 K color temp. They do not come on during the day when it’s light out, but will activate when the outside light level is low. They are easy to install, and the solar panel seems to provide sufficient charging during the day to keep them operational at night. I did not attempt to see how long they would operate on a full charge. For a application where it would be difficult to provide a power connection, these are a easy solution. As to how well they will hold up, only time will tell. They seem to perform well, but are somewhat expensive. Considering the technology, features and easy of installation, for specific applications they seem like a good product.
Date published: 2012-10-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Leaks water and fails When it worked it was very bright. The sensor was not a very wide angle though. Installed it in January and sometimes it would stop working and then when I got around to taking it down to look it would work again. I thought it may have been because of the cold. When it got warm out it still happened so I took it down and could hear water in it. I opened it and it had a rubber seal but I siliconed the gasket around the main case, let it dry out and it worked fine for a few weeks. Now when I opened it the switch was rusted and wouldn't move, don't know where the water comes in but after 6 months it no longer works.
Date published: 2014-09-04
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