|Product Height (in.)||5.375 in||Product Width (in.)||3.25 in|
|Wire Length (ft.)||1 ft|
|Actual Color Temperature (K)||2700||Actual Color Temperature (K)||2700|
|Color Rendering Index (CRI)||80||Color Temperature||Warm White|
|Durability||Weather Resistant||Exterior Lighting Product Type||Floodlight|
|Fixture Color/Finish||Millennium Black||Fixture Material||Aluminum|
|Glass/Lens Type||Clear||Included||Hardware Included|
|IP Rating||66||Landscape Lighting Application||In-Ground Lighting|
|Lens Material||Glass||Light Beam Angle||80|
|Light Bulb Type Included||Integrated LED||Lumens||390|
|Mounting Location||Ground||Number of Housings Included||4|
|Outdoor Lighting Features||Adjustable Lamp Head||Pack Size||4|
|Power Source||Hardwired||Power Type||Low Voltage|
|Product Weight (lb.)||1.21 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Voltage Type||Low Voltage||Watt Equivalence||50|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 Year Limited Warranty|
A: Use as designed with transformer. Cost to operate a lot cheaper than ruining lights.!!!!!!
A: 300W is plenty to drive 4 of these and so is 12 AWG. My 200W drives 8 of these no problem and additionally a couple higher wattage flood lights. 2 things to check: Sounds like you either have a wiring issue somewhere. Check polarity if you have polarity requirements (some lights do, some lights don't). It's also important to note that polarity matters to ensure all your lights are in parallel circuit configuration. Finally, check the lights themselves to ensure there aren't shorts anywhere that's essentially driving up your power. If in doubt, use a meter to determine where you have potential polarity and shortage issues. In essence, all lights should show the same polarity and power draw if you did everything right.
A: Usually, a spot has a narrower beam vs a flood light with a broader beam and lights a larger area. I have these pointing up into trees and they look great. Hope this helps!
A: A spotlight casts a narrow beam of light, usually no wider than 45 degrees. This beam is more concentrated and easier to point and control. A floodlight can have a beam spread of up to 120 degrees. It can illuminate a larger amount of space with the same wattage and lumen output as a spotlight.
A: I use the flood to light a wide area of landscape. I use the spot light for a more narrow lighting effect as in up lighting an individual palm tree
A: None, except these are for the ground.
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