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Lumenos 20&quot; High Bronze LED Landscape Path Light
Lumenos 20&quot; High Bronze LED Landscape Path Light

Lumenos 20" High Bronze LED Landscape Path Light

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A sleek silhouette gives this L-shaped low-voltage energy-efficient LED landscape path light the convenience of versatile placement anywhere in your yard.

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Versatility and security highlight this L-shaped low-voltage energy-efficient LED landscape path light. It features a smooth bronze finish over heavy-duty cast aluminum construction and includes a ground aluminum spike for easy installation. It's perfect among low-lying hedges or flowers at the edge of a yard or path.

  • 20" high x 5 3/4" wide.
  • Built-in 3 watt chip-on-board (COB) LED module. 270 lumen light output, comparable to a 25 watt incandescent. 3000K color temperature.
  • L-shaped low-voltage energy-efficient LED landscape path light.
  • Bronze finish over heavy duty cast aluminum construction.
  • Low voltage - 12V AC/DC.
  • Includes ground aluminum spike.
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what is a typical spread between these walk path lights?
pat a on Nov 7, 2019
BEST ANSWER: For residential areas, generally a good rule of thumb for landscape path lights is to spread each light 5 to 8 feet apart. Adjust as necessary to prevent over-illumination to give the area/path a more attractive and balanced effect.
Where can I get more details, like length of the top portion, color temperature, beam spread, wire exit, etc?
Greg G on May 26, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Our product specialists would be happy to answer all of your questions. They can be reached via chat or phone (877-704-2425).
What is the minimum voltage (can this be run off of a 9v battery with a motion detector) and what is nominal current draw at 12v (assume it is 250 ma)?
Greg G on May 26, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Per the manufacturer, this landscape path light can work with 9 volts as well but there will be loss of brightness.
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