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Lithonia QTE Outdoor Integrated LED Flood Lights: 40-Watt 4000 Lumens EXPIRED

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      • 4000 Lumens, 4000K $25.12
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sold/shipped by Amazon has select Lithonia Lighting landscape light fixtures on sale. Home Depot [homedepot.com] has select Lithonia Lighting landscape light fixtures on sale. Shipping is free on orders of $45+Notes:
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i can do that, what's your dad's email ?
That's a probably A question for your HOA.
I don't even know your dad.

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Can these be used for driveway lights (one each on the side of the garage door)? If so do these require homeowners association approval?
That's a probably A question for your HOA.
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Was about to pay full price for 5 equivalent flood lights, saved me a ton! Great timing, thanks OP!!! (and, yes, I am a dad)
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Can I connect this lights with a WiFi plugs? If I can remotely turn this on either WiFi or 4G would be great! Any comments ?
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Can I connect this lights with a WiFi plugs? If I can remotely turn this on either WiFi or 4G would be great! Any comments ?
Sure, just get an ESP8266 mcu, powered by a rectified and stepped down voltage, and connect live-live via a relay with a NO connection
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Sure, just get an ESP8266 mcu, powered by a rectified and stepped down voltage, and connect live-live via a relay with a NO connection
Thank you 🙏
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Updated OP w/ Amazon price match. Fixed link for the 66-Watt White. Happy shopping!
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Would it be a problem to turn this into a wall plug light? Just take the two wires and screw them into one of those plug adaptors?

Am thinking of mounting this to my power port in front of the house so if I need to really light up the front of the house, I can hit a remote switch and flood the area.
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I am a building a new house and would appreciate anyone giving me some feedback on these lights or other recommendations. I was thinking mounting lights under the soffits of the four corners of the house (rectangular outline of house). Should I have 2 lights on each corner shining on each respective adjacent wall? I would appreciate any constructive feedback on placement and also manufacturers. Thank you.
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I am a building a new house and would appreciate anyone giving me some feedback on these lights or other recommendations. I was thinking mounting lights under the soffits of the four corners of the house (rectangular outline of house). Should I have 2 lights on each corner shining on each respective adjacent wall? I would appreciate any constructive feedback on placement and also manufacturers. Thank you.
I had the same thought of using these lower cost lights as landscape lighting, however, the issue I have is these are all 50K (bright white light), it doesn't give that warm glow ambiance with landscape lighting when shinning onto the exterior walls of your house.
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How wide area the 4000 lumens can cover up to?
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