By Gene Wallace from Richmond Hill, Ga on March 6, 2013
I am looking to replace outdoor flood lights with lights that last longer. I have halogen lights now, the smaller version. I am concerned about the light these will produce. My house is a very tall 2 story home. Will these generate enough light?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 6, 2013
Yes, this floodlight is very bright - it is designed to replace standard halogen floodlight fixtures. It emits 785 lumens of light.
By Jack from San Antonio, TX on November 6, 2013
What is the amount of "light spread" from this fixture; i.e., how much ground can this fixture cover from 10' up?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 7, 2013
The beam spread angle for this fixture is 110 degrees.
Check out our beam spread infographic to help determine the light spread from certain distances.
From a distance of 10 feet, the spread will be about 20 feet wide.
By Angeline from irvine, Ca. on July 16, 2013
Is light head adjustable to aim the area which I want to focus on? I am planning to install 2 of them on my patio roof area and shot the light to my BBQ stove, that is required to lower the head down, not facing up. If your product is able to lower the head down to 45 degree or some degree? please advise. Thanks!
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on July 17, 2013
Yes, the head is adjustable on this floodlight. You simply loosen the side bolt and pivot in the direction you require.
By Todd from Indianapolis, IN on March 5, 2014
If I wanted to assemble a 2-head light fixture with these would the 4-inch extension arms provide enough clearance to adjust each head accordingly to provide 180 degree coverage along a flat exterior wall?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 5, 2014
I think it would depend on how close you were going to place the heads.
My advice is to use the dual head fixture version of this product - http://www.pegasuslighting.com/led-weatherproof-dual-head-floodlight-19w.html
By Todd from Clovis, CA on March 24, 2013
Is it dusk to dawn?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 25, 2013
Answer:No, this floodlight does not have a photocell.
By Stuart Wecker from Fountain Hills, AZ on February 17, 2013
Is this fixture dimmable?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on February 18, 2013
Answer:No, it's not dimmable.