Yes it gets hot. However, I don't think it's so hot that it would cause a fire, but definitely hot to the touch. It's also very bright. Not sure if this is the light you need for mounting under a typical shelf (like over a workbench) or if you have a specific application or need. But if it's a typical application for under a shelf and above a work bench, this light may have too many lumens for you.
sorry,but without checking,i am unable to answer the question,if you plug in another electronic item,does that work? if not get a voltmeter and make sure you have juice.
REmove the diffusion cover and there is a small twist-knob on the side of the box in the middle. All the way left is 1 minute all the way right is 10 min.
Yes power will come from the first wired or plugged-in fixture(the master) and the second will light in parallel to the first.
I have two installed within 5 feet of openers and no interference is evident.
Maybe, try a dimmer, if the light wants to flicker then it is not dimmable.
It comes with both hardwire, and electrical plug hardware. I hardwired mine into an electrical boxes.
It slides right off, and can be troublesome to get back on if you have no patience or are working in an awkward position.
Jeff I bought one for my workshop less than a month ago and I have the same problem The range seems to be about 3 to 5 feet to activate motion sensor when light goes off. Mine too is wired correctly . I use a lot of fans in my shop and what I did was put a piece of foam board about 8x8 inches squared on a piece of string and tied it about 3 feet in front of light off to the side. As the fan blows it moves this lightweight foam in front of the sensor and it never goes off. I know this isn't the answer to the question as I don't have one . However my simple idea will at least let you have light until a real answer is available. Hope this helps you out
Specs indicate 110-120v