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  • LED unit outputs 40W, 4000 Lumens, 5000K brightness (day light white), equivalent to 200W halogen light.
  • LED Security lights can turn on automatically when the motion is detected with 180 degrees swiveling angle, sensing light levels and motion up to max 75 feet
  • IP65 Waterproof: The durable and weatherproof design ensures safety for outdoor use protecting lamp from rain, sleet or snow.
  • 3 Mode Control
    • "Motion Detection" detects track ambient motion and activate lighting
    • "Dusk to Dawn D2D" functions automatically in the dark while turning off during daytimes
    • "Always-ON Mode"
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Currently $10 off coupon which seems like a good deal for 3 Head LED Security Lights
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Cheaper than the Home Zone brand I got at Costco for $30
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Good light I have had it for months. Really bright white light.
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I want a 3000k version too, so as not to annoy my neighbors.

The lowest I can find is ~$37 on Amazon.
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5000k is pretty bright white for the outdoor use, but I'll give it a try for sure. Thanks.
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Is this solar or wired ?
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Quote from LavenderCaption7098 :
All these new led lights must be cheaper when they are 5000k+. Seems like this light would be better 2700k-3000k, with the more yellow side of spectrum. Seems like bright motion sensor at 5000k during the light is likely to annoy neighbors.
i wouldnt worry about that so much as long as its not shining on their house and bedroom window.
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Anyone have recommendation for a good solar one?
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Is this solar or wired ?

wired
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5000k+ is blinding. Be careful using around others please.
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5,000K all the way for me. These are security lights for me. I want the area as bright as possible so I can see who I need to shoot. But I live on 11 acres so anyone on my land should not be there at night.

I bought five of these but they cost more. I liked the styling more for my house style.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07S195HWR/ref=ppx_od_dt_b_asin_title_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Quote from LavenderCaption7098 :
All these new led lights must be cheaper when they are 5000k+. Seems like this light would be better 2700k-3000k, with the more yellow side of spectrum. Seems like bright motion sensor at 5000k during the light is likely to annoy neighbors.
Agree 100% with you and others. I had 2 5000k lights and replaced one unknowingly with 3000k down the line. It was an amazing difference on many fronts.

- Something about the bright white is piercing at night. Very unpleasant even to me the owner. Don't look up lest ye be blinded for the next few minutes.
- Something about the hue or spectrum of light these give off actually makes things below it appear more monochromatic which makes it harder to see. The one soft light I have isnt much brighter but its much easier to distinguish items in front of it.

Just a hunch, but perhaps this has something to do with how our brain / eyes respond to the pure white. The same amount of pure white may cause your pupils to contract more than similar lumen of soft light. Therefore making it harder to see in the low light conditions and making things outside of the lights range appear darker.

Similar to what makes you curse at the oncoming driver with their super-de-duper bright white (look at me, I don't care about anyone else) lights. Because it actually impairs your night vision and your eyes need to recuperate after they pass.
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How hard is it to wire to the breaker box? or is it better to wire it to a plug and plug it in? It would be installed above the garage and the breaker box is in the garage.
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How hard is it to wire to the breaker box? or is it better to wire it to a plug and plug it in? It would be installed above the garage and the breaker box is in the garage.
Probably easier to hard wire to breaker box unless you have an outlet nearby.
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All these new led lights must be cheaper when they are 5000k+. Seems like this light would be better 2700k-3000k, with the more yellow side of spectrum. Seems like bright motion sensor at 5000k during the light is likely to annoy neighbors.
I have a neighbor to annoy. This might be perfect.
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Yes, except the middle one which may run into the sensor. I have this light. Really easy to set up and plenty bright. Maybe not quite as bright as the old style dual floodlights, but illuminates more evenly. The sensor adjustment is consistent with the range settings. I also like the 3 hour timer setting so it comes on at dusk and turns off in 3 hours. Then it just motion activates after that. Good light for the price.
I don't see the 3 hour timer option on this light. I see it has D2D option or motion with 1,3,10 min duration.
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