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80LED Solar Powered Security Shed Lights Motion Sensor Lighting $16.99 fs on amazon

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Hey yall
Found this for my front and back yards. Installation seems to be easy enough.
I wanted to attach it to the siding up top, but it says it's just as easy to install on the yard.
Here's the link
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01ICOE5PG

80 LED Solar Light Outdoors
PRODUCT FEATURES

LED solar lamp with 80 bright white LED
VAT with solar panel. Ground spike and wall bracket
Supply solar panel to the radiator 180 cm
Energy-saving and durable
Product is activated automatically at dusk
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
LEDs: 80 x LED 0.075 W, 400 lm
Batteries: 3 x LITHIUM-ION, 1500 mAh (already installed) Solar module: 5 V, 200 mA
Burn time: 7.5 hours (battery fully charged state) Range: ca.5-12 m
Detection range: 180 ° Cable length: 1.8 m
Protection: IP44 splash protection



Fakespot gave it a B. With prime, it's a no -brainer.

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Not bad. Thanks
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old style led
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ugly as hell
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Not waterproof
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Could I put the light in the shed and the solar panel outside
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Could I put the light in the shed and the solar panel outside
Sure can.
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Could I put the light in the shed and the solar panel outside
Yes, that is how I have mine set up.
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Not waterproof
It shows it is waterproof and all weather on the link. Am I missing something?
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It shows it is waterproof and all weather on the link. Am I missing something?
I missed that info sorry I though it is not waterproof.
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Wish it was white.
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Could I put the light in the shed and the solar panel outside
I did exactly this with a similar LED. I ran the wire to the roof of my shed and pointed the solar panel up. Extremely simple, and has been working for 2+ years. After I had it all set up I thought about it and decided to rerun the power cable on mine though some tubing I had laying around to protect it from vermin/weather. I sealed both ends, and so far so good.
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Could I light an outdoor 25' x 25' basketball court with this?
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How is the brightness?
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Could I light an outdoor 25' x 25' basketball court with this?
Nope. This is listed as 400 lumens.

You're going to want like 10,000 lumens for the size you're trying to light up. All depends on the height (obviously, higher it's mounted, less bright) and where it's placed. I think you're looking at those 100 watt LED flood lights if not a bit higher like 200 watts and mount them high above. 400 lumens is pretty dim.
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