By Maggie from Central NJ on October 14, 2013
Can the photocell be disabled, or covered to simulate complete darkness? I need a battery-operated light to brighten a cabinet that is in a dimly lit room.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on October 14, 2013
The photocell cannot be disabled. The light will turn on only when it's dark and motion is detected.
This is to prevent drain on the batteries and ensure the light working only when needed. If this light runs constantly, the batteries would become very expensive to replace.
By Linda from Dallas, TX on October 22, 2013
Would this work in a pantry cabinet, coming on when door is open? It has 4 pull out shelves, and cabinet is about 5 feet tall.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on October 23, 2013
Absolutely. A pantry is one of the more common uses for this item. It will turn on when you open the door.
By Hannah from Michigan on February 16, 2014
Will one of these lights be sufficient to be the sole light source for a <80 square foot bathroom? It's an old office building and we can't update the wired in wall fixture without an electrician, so we're looking to see if battery operated lighting could get the job done.
By John from Baltimore on February 16, 2014
Answer:It could; but it won't be bright.
By Louis from Warren, Connecticut on February 16, 2014
Answer:Most definitely YES and if your bathroom is located by a dark hallway, it will brightly illuminate it. The batteries last for a very long time. The best part is their customer service.
By Donna from Boston MA on February 16, 2014
Answer:I used two of the lights In an interior hallway and they work great! Since the price is so reasonable and it is a quality product, I would use two. Battery life is about 3-4 months. Hope this is helpful.
By Jean from Fillmore, CA on February 16, 2014
Answer:I believe two (2) of these LED latterly operated lights will work best. The motion sensor works well, too. My client has installed them in her closet and is delighted. Says it makes her smile each time she opens the closet door - like a friend waiting.
By Pete from New Jersey on August 16, 2012
Can I use this over an indoor shower? It is a large bathroom and the shower does not get enough light.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 17, 2012
Answer:Pete - yes, you can use it over a shower.
By Steve from Ann Arbor, MI on August 17, 2012
Answer:We use it in a closet that had no light and it gives quite a bit of light. I don't see any reason why you could not use it in a shower as long as it is mounted where it won't get wet.
By Jainamma from Monroe, NJ on August 17, 2012
Answer:Yes. My master bathroom does not get proper light from electric light, which is already installed. So I put this light on the ceiling of the shower and it works since 6 months. Battery was changed once. It works well.
By Valerie from Dumont, NJ on August 17, 2012
Answer:It's a great light source but over time the bathroom moisture will most likely erode the light and batteries over time.
But for the great price that may be worth it for you.
By Mark from San Jose, CA on August 20, 2012
Answer:Yes. The instructions specifically mention that it can be used in a shower.
By Theresa from Bedford, TX on November 22, 2013
Does it not have to be totally dark in the shower? That is what I want one for, but some light does get in the shower.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 24, 2013
In order for the ceiling light to work properly, yes it needs to be dark in the space you intend to use it.
By Diana Costales from Rio Rancho, NM on January 1, 2014
I want to install this in an indoor storage unit without electricity. This unit is a rental so I can not damage unit by installing this light with screws and penetrating the framework. Can I use some sort of double stick tape to attach light? Or do you have other suggestions for installation so I can remove light when I no longer rent the unit? The light might be pretty heavy with 4 batteries so not sure what alternative I would have because screws. Please advise.
By Ernie Lucas from British Columbia on January 1, 2014
Answer:I installed this unit to light up my stairs as the regular light switch is out if the way and this had been a big help to me. The unit is a bit heavy with batteries and I don't think a double sided tape would be strong enough to hold it. And even if it does taking the tape out when you leave the rental unit may create bigger damage than regular screw holes. If I were you I would use the supplied thin screws then cover up the holes when you take it out by spackling compound.
I highly recommend this product and will buy more later.
By Kevin from Belleville IL on January 2, 2014
Answer:I used two of the lights for a 10x12 outdoor shed spaced evenly apart up on the ceiling. I attached my lights on a ¾ inch pine board that I mounted to the roof joist. I used two small screws to hold each light. The small screws will only leave a tiny hole in the wood you could easily dab up with a little filler when you remove the light. Not sure how well 2 sided tape would work because the mounting plate for the light is not smooth. I would use the adhesive picture holders instead of just 2 sided tape – those may hold better. And the adhesive picture holders work better mounted on a wall up high instead of mounting on a ceiling.
By Dennis from Rockford, IL on January 2, 2014
Answer:I have installed the light that I purchased in closet and it has worked flawlessly. I mount it under the shelf for clothes. My suggestion to you is command strips. They make a heavy duty version and you can always attach the light with two of them.
By Larry from Arvada Colorado on January 2, 2014
Answer:I think that double sided tape would hold this light up just fine as long as you have a good solid surface to adhere the tape to.