Bright daylight color temperature LEDs are integratedinto this LED button light design.More Details >
Perfect for walkways, hallways and more, this outdoor ceiling light provides bright lighting for security and safety. It features a built-in LED module with a light output of 1250 lumens, comparable to an 80 watt incandescent bulb. The fixture has a built-in, 360-degree motion detector with a 30-foot range. The light will also auto turn on at dusk, and auto off at dawn. White finish ABS material with a frosted lens offers a sleek, modern look.
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This is the only motion sensored lighting fixture that I could find that doesn't look ugly. It did mostly what it is supposed to, but erratically. I called the manufacturer and they were super helpful. The responsiveness I experienced with them was unprecedented. I felt that several of their design team members were there to help me diagnose the problem. Eventually, they shipped a replacement unit to me, with the four knobs preset to my specific application. And the second unit works perfectly. I felt that it was worth the trouble to have a beautiful lamp eventually.
The light works pretty well in my place. I have some electrical background and the whole installation/settings is not a thing for me as DIY. It's a nice light fixture designed with twin head, providing flexibility, good function and brightness.
Customer service makes all the difference! Unlike most current motion light with dusk to dawn and dimming saving function.Images/Videos shared by: RRW
I just bought this two days ago. It looks good and kinda functions. I use it for the simplest application: at night it turns on when it detects motion. It does turn on - so far that's what it promises to do - but, very quickly it turns off (faster than the shortest time I set it to which is 8 seconds). But then, it immediately turns back on again. It repeats this for several times in quick succession, even after I leave the area. It does eventually quiet down. But its behavior is so erratic that it almost feels like a defective unit.