|Product Depth (in.)||6.5||Product Height (in.)||7|
|Product Length (in.)||6.5||Product Width (in.)||9|
|Actual Color Temperature (K)||5000||Color Rendering Index (CRI)||80|
|Color Temperature||Daylight||Detection Range (ft.)||0|
|Exterior Lighting Product Type||Flood and Spot Lights||Fixture Color/Finish||Stainless|
|Fixture Material||Cast Aluminum||Glass/Lens Type||Frosted|
|Included||Hardware Included||Light Beam Angle||180|
|Lumens||3000||Number of Lights||2 Lights|
|Outdoor Lighting Features||Weather Resistant||Pack Size||4 Pack|
|Power Type||Hardwired||Product Weight (lb.)||6|
|Returnable||90-Day||Style||Industrial, Modern, Transitional|
|Voltage Type||Line Voltage||Watt Equivalence||300|
|Certifications and Listings||ETL Listed||Manufacturer Warranty||5 Year|
A: I too use this light on a switch. All I did was paint the light sensor on the top black. That will basically deactivate the feature. Make sure you don't leave any of the sensor exposed.
A: yes, once hooked up to the switch, follow the directions, i think if you only switch once, then it will go on with the switch and not dusk to dawn
A: Yes side to side or up and down..
A: Yes, these lights can be swiveled.
A: CDB, thank you for your question. Yes, the heads on this item is made to swivel up, down, left, and right, to the extent the ball can swivel in the socket. Please contact our customer service if you need further information 800-543-3348
A: The lights are only on an up and down access on the outside of the light. When not installed you can swivel 360 degrees but it must be tightened before assembly.
A: almost anywhere
A: It sounds to me like the sensor for daytime/nighttime is confused. Perhaps there is light bouncing back onto the sensor creating a daytime response. If you have the lights on a switch, simply paint the sensor black and control the lights with the switch. Otherwise, move the lights to where the sensor has a clear sight to determine daytime and nighttime.
A: Possibly getting light fromantic the light itself making it go out by itsellf
A: if both turn on/off it could be feedback from LED light reflecting back on the photosensor. Make sure the photosensor is not at all exposed to some of the LED light (to test this, just tape some electrical tape over the sensor) it could be a defective photosensor (you can bypass it - it is wired in series with the lights) it could be defective LEDs
A: I bought 1 of these and installed it on the garage. It works very well. Maybe you have some reflected light under awning that is causing it to flicker. Or maybe it is has a defective photo cell. ‘ .
A: They might be flickering because if installed under an awning it might be triggering a false sense of someone walking by because of the wimd hitting under the awning. I have mine under the edge between the roof and the house. They go on every day around 8 pm once the sun is completely gone. I think by having them under an awning if there is any light coming in it might flicker because the sensors might think its day light when it is nigjt light or visa versa. Causing the flickering. You might want to find any space for them or return them and get something with no sensoring on.
A: Beam diameter is about 36ft at 15ft off ground, so slightly larger at 20ft off the ground.
A: As an example, mine generously illuminates my 18' boat with the lamp mounted at the peak of my garage. Much better than my old flood lights.
A: they have 100deg wide beam angle each - at 20ft that would be a spot diameter of 48ft
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