By Joe from Cusick, Washington on December 10, 2012
If I was to use these lights for a trail to my cabin, how far apart and how high should I mount these?
By Paul from Darnestown, MD on December 11, 2012
Answer:I purchased these lights for my stairs from my deck down to the ground. They do not throw much light, but certainly would show a pathway. I placed them about 6 feet apart, about 12 feet total.
By Michael from Williams, CA on December 11, 2012
Answer:These lights are very dim. Not something you would use for path lighting in any way, shape, or form!
By Jim from Austin, Texas on December 11, 2012
Answer:I would not use this fixture to light a trail. The light is very dim. I purchased mine to illuminate steps on my deck. I bought 6 lights for 6 steps, and they are not illuminated enough to be safe. They are called "Deck Lights," they hang on the posts and basically define the edges of the deck. I am trying to figure out how to make mine brighter. I like the design, but the illumination is inadequate.
By Dottie from Bridgeville, California on December 11, 2012
Answer:These are great lights. If you mount them on posts, anywhere from 16" to 2 feet off the ground should provide adequate pathway lighting. We are using them near stairs off of a deck, so I don't really know how far between them you could go., but I would imagine 5' or 6' apart would work if the terrain was not very irregular.
By Linda Klein from Seattle, WA on December 16, 2012
Answer:They aren't going to "light" the trail but they will "mark" the edges...They are not very bright. I just use them as a "guide" for the steps but it doesn't actually light up the steps.
By Karl from New Market, MD on December 30, 2012
Answer:We are pretty happy with these lights. We use them for our deck stair railing and they glow nicely.
We mounted these lights 3" from the bottom of the light to the top each step and the lights are mounted 36" from each other.
By Bart from Glastonbury, CT on June 13, 2014
Does this product have an on/off switch?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on June 13, 2014
Answer:Bart, no it turns on automatically when it get's dark out and off when the sun comes up.
By K from Altoona, PA on June 13, 2014
Answer:This product does not have an on/off switch. But, if you are concerned about turning them off to save on battery life, it has been 10 months since I have installed my lights, and I have not needed to replace batteries yet (Energizer AA). They still work fine.