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- Excellent security lighting
- Mounts anywhere
- Remote-control or motion-sensor
- 3 Light settings
- No electrician needed
- Remote Control has a 70ft range and may be mounted in a convenient location using the included mounting bracket and hardware. May be used to turn on/off, disable the motion sensor, and adjust the brightness.
- (8) 5 star reviews
- (4) 4 star reviews
- (2) 3 star reviews
Purchased for indoor use in a dark shower
Submitted by Jane | 9.22.15
Remote control and stronger than normal LED lights. Uses 3 D size batteries.
Love this purchase!!
Submitted by Linda | 4.14.15
Very nice lights, great value
Submitted by Helmut | 2.25.15
On/Off remote control or motion sensor. Bright illumination. Small and very easy to install.
Light is on the cool-white side of the spectrum.
Great, convenient and easy to install!
Submitted by Luis | 12.20.14
Easy to install. Easy to operate. Uses batteries. Adjustable. Affordable.
Remote Control Spotlight
Submitted by Hodie | 10.27.14
Change was NOT for the better!
Submitted by Rudell | 8.03.14
LED Motion Sensor
Submitted by Jeri | 3.27.14
Great Little Spotlight
Submitted by Ann | 11.05.13
Submitted by Barbara | 10.20.13
Outdoor LED Security Light
Submitted by Hudson | 8.28.13
light is very bright and provides excellent coverage
Submitted by CP | 7.13.13
Bright Easy to install
D batteries (but worth it)
Reliable and performs well
Submitted by Stuart | 6.08.13
Provides excellent lighting at a low cost Reliable
For this application, it would be ideal if the duration of on could be extended beyond 10 minutes
Not worth the $$ for quality
Submitted by Jason Phillips | 5.05.13
Submitted by James | 1.10.13
Remote Light works great and great sensor
Submitted by Roy Berkon | 1.05.13
LED Remote Controlled Spotlight
Submitted by Peg | 12.29.12
Submitted by Bill Merrill | 12.29.12
It solved the problem efficiently and inexpensively. Love that it is battery operated.
Couldn't figure out how to use the stake, so I screwed it into the newel post.
Motion sensitive security spotlight
Submitted by Dave | 11.10.12
Just what I wanted
Submitted by Hannah | 9.10.12
LED remote controlled spotlight
Submitted by John | 10.11.11
How easy it was to mount on a wall.
I would like to have the light coming from this product cover a larger area.
Perfect for sidewalks
Submitted by Katie | 12.22.10
Easy to set up and place No need for a cord Motion activation is instant
Question from Susan:
Answer from Pegasus:Susan, To disable the motion sensor, turn the light on with the remote. Hold the motion sensor button on the remote until the light blinks. When it blinks 2 times the motion sensor has been disabled. When it blinks 4 times the motion sensor has been enabled.
Question from Hazel:
Answer from Pegasus:It depends on what would be blocking the sensor and the distance. If by enclosed you mean a solid surface than no the motion sensor will not work through it. If you mean a screened in porch it may not work very well due to the frame blocking the view of the motion sensor.
Question from DK:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes, the head rotates as well as pivots.
Question from Brenda Cameron:
Answer from Pegasus:Brenda, It has a mounting base with 3 holes for securing via the included screws. You will need to use a special drill bit to drill into the stucco. Check out the installation instructions link for more details.
Question from Barton C. Haller:
Answer from Pegasus:Here's a link to the instructions - http://site.pegasuslighting.com/pdfs/led-remote-controlled-spotlight.pdf Check out the bottom section under number 3.
Question from Bobby Jones:
Answer from Pegasus:Bobby, no, it cannot be made as a low voltage light.
Question from Sherry Zachary:
Answer from Pegasus:No, you cannot attach an external timer to this product. It automatically will turn off when motion is not detected in order to conserve battery life. No, we do not have a battery operated spotlight with a timer.
Question from Steve:
Answer from Pegasus:Steve, You can disable the motion sensor. I tried emailing you a PDF with directions to your supplied email address, but the address does not seem to be valid. Shoot me an email if you'd like the directions: firstname.lastname@example.org As far as the auto turn off, it cannot be disable. You can adjust it to auto turn off at 10 mins instead.
Question from Hannah Hunter:
Answer from Pegasus:Hannah, The only way to turn off the motion sensor is to remove it. This involves removing 6 screws and then pulling out the motion sensor. The manufacturer has told me that this is very simple and takes 5 minutes. If you decide to purchase and would like to remove the motion sensor, send me an email and I will send you instructions. email@example.com