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Steinel HS300W - 300 Watt Halogen Motion Sensor, White
NightGUARDIANTM by Steinel
UltraEYETM Halogen Sensor Light
The UltraEYETM series uses multi-lens technology to provide the maximum in safety enhancement. The semi-spherical lens has 120 individual active zones and 2 sensors for ultimate detection range & precision.
This advanced sensor technology, combined with state-of-the-art microprocessor control and traditional STEINEL quality, ensure reliability and performance you can count on for years to come.
Detection Angle 240° adjustable zone
Reach 40 feet when mounted at a height of 8 feet
Watts 300 watt halogen bulb (included)
Rain-tight Enclosure May be mounted anywhere (IP54 rating)
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SuperFeb 13, 2013
Not very pretty but for my application it is great. Lights the entire back yard and the sensor is great!
High Quality Light That Works Great In The Rainy Pacific NorthwestFeb 01, 2013
By John W. Gilbert
By high quality I mean sturdy construction with aluminum housing and stainless bolts holding everything together. The glass plate is a nice thickness where it won't break easily if you happen to drop it (from a short distance onto grass/dirt). That front glass plate is nicely weather sealed too. If you do have to replace a bulb, (and I haven't in 4 years) the 2 stainless bolts just have to be loosened and the plate flips up. They even thought to construct it so that the stainless bolts don't come all the way out. This will prevent you from losing them if you are 15ft in the air and start dropping things.
I've had these for 4 years now covering the outside of my home on the Oregon coast. If you aren't familiar with this area, just imagine some of the rainiest, windiest area possibly for about 8 months out of the year (Winter, Fall, Spring).
They are very bright (300 watt version). Two of them on each corner of my home pretty much lights up the entire yard. I love it....
If you have trees somewhat close that would move around in bad wind, they would likely be set off. I'm guessing withing 30-40 ft. If that bothers you, just turn them off for that night. I just leave them on all the time.
They have 2 adjustments. One allows you to set how long they stay on; I believe minimum is 10sec. and max is 5 (maybe 10) minutes. The 2nd allows you to adjust how sensitive you want it before it turns on. I have it turned all the way down so that it only comes on at night.
Small dogs will set them off. I'm not sure if something as small as a squirrel would turn it on; I doubt it. Early this morning (about 5 a.m.) my front light was set off in my front yard. I was sleeping on the couch and saw it. Upon opening the blinds I see a beautiful deer about 20 feet away from the sensor eating on my lawn.
I've tried the cheaper route with motion sensor lights. Those wireless solar lights are pretty much garbage (and not very bright). I had been using the Mr. Beams wireless lights before that. Actually, I still have a few of those in my garage and oddball areas around the house. They are o.k. but you will be replacing them after a year or two. They aren't very bright either. If cost is an issue, then those might be an alternative for you.
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Bright light for the back yardDec 24, 2010
By Richard Hicks
Replacing cheap Lowes backyard light with this well made, sturdy light. Really lights up the back yard, motion sensor works great.
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It used to workJul 26, 2011
By T. B.
1. I bought two of these lamps and they worked well for 35 days. Then they stop working with a day difference.
2. Seller (SMARTHOME) does not respond and asks you to deal with manufacturer!
HORRIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICE. AVOID.