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urlhasbeenblocked via Amazon.com [amazon.com] has urlhasbeenblocked 35W LED Outdoor Barn Light w/ Dusk-to-Dawn Photocell (Daylight, 5000K) for $29.99 or 2 for 59.99 [amazon.com]

5500 lumen LED fixture for reference.

Lowest price according to Camel.

DLC qualified - eligible for participating in state and nation wide rebate programs; energy efficient, 35W LED replace 250W incandescent, save $1,182.5 on energy bill
ETL listed for quality assurance and safe operation, rugged aluminum housing, corrosion resistant cast & excellent heat dissipation, IP65 waterproof rate for outdoor wet locations
Dusk-to-dawn photocell included 3500 lumens high outputs, instant on with 120° wide beam angle floodlight
50,000 hrs long lifespan, 10 times longer than traditional incandescent barn light, no bulb needed, 5 years satisfying guarantee
Easy and fast DIY installation, 60ft x 60ft large light coverage when mounted at 20 feet
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The real answer is "YMWV". It should be obvious that the higher it's mounted, the less bright it will be on the ground, but the light will also spread over a greater area. Since that chart doesn't give figures for "luminous intensity" (in "lux", or the earlier American/British "foot-candles), there's no way to tell from that chart how bright the light will be at the various distances. Offhand I don't recall the formula, but if you really want to know, you can Google up the relationship and figure that out using its stated output in lumens and a little trigonometry, or for that matter, there are probably web-based calculators out there that'll give you the approximate illuminance of a given light source at various distances...
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Great "security" light for people who live in rural or high crime areas.
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Can anyone comment on these who own them?
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is it 60'x60'
or is it 82'x82'
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Sounds like a good light from the reviews, but a very low quality sensor gives me pause about its longevity...
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Can anyone comment on these who own them?
No cons from me. Have had it installed for a couple of months now. Lights up the area exactly how I need it.
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is it 60'x60'
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The real answer is "YMWV". It should be obvious that the higher it's mounted, the less bright it will be on the ground, but the light will also spread over a greater area. Since that chart doesn't give figures for "luminous intensity" (in "lux", or the earlier American/British "foot-candles), there's no way to tell from that chart how bright the light will be at the various distances. Offhand I don't recall the formula, but if you really want to know, you can Google up the relationship and figure that out using its stated output in lumens and a little trigonometry, or for that matter, there are probably web-based calculators out there that'll give you the approximate illuminance of a given light source at various distances...
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Our neighbor has this light. It's great. We have a fluorescent dusk to dawn light. I've been waiting for a good deal so I have an excuse to replace with LED.
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It's cheaper to buy 2 1-packs instead of the 2-pack
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It's cheaper to buy 2 1-packs instead of the 2-pack
How so?
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sweet. need to pick up 2
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I purchased one of these a few weeks ago and have been extremely impressed! I got the 5000K and the light looks very similar to a "traditional" dusk to dawn of good quality.
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Cheaper to buy 2 than the 2 pack
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