By Kristiaan from Silver Spring, MD on May 26, 2014
I don't understand how this works --- does it automatically charge the batteries when needed? I am looking at the battery operated recessed LEDs to install over my living room shelves.
By Chris from Pegasus Lighting on May 27, 2014
Answer:When the Li-Ion Battery pack is plugged into an outlet, it charges the batteries. This unit is designed to be charged and then used in a remote location where there is no power supply. The life of the battery before it is depleted and needs to be recharged is as follows: will power one 6-watt LED light bulb for 12 hours, two 6-watt LED light bulbs for 6 hours, or three 6-watt LED light bulbs for 4 hours
By Cheryl L from Alpine, UT on May 27, 2014
Answer:We bought these to go with some lights that attach to a tradeshow booth. The lights stay charged for something like 12 hours, and then at night we have to plug them in to this battery pack so they will be charged the next day. This has to be plugged in to the wall to charge it as well, but from what I understand you wouldn't want to leave the battery pack plugged in to the wall all the time because it will wear it out. You can buy a splitter from Pegasus so that you can recharge multiple lights at once, but they don't recharge automatically since you shouldn't leave them plugged in to the charger/outlet at all times. You'll also want to make sure that your lights work with this charger. Hopefully that was helpful!
By Steve from Maryland on March 23, 2013
How long does it take to recharge the LI-Ion Battery Pack?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 25, 2013
Answer:Between 2-4 hours.
By Mitch from Washington on September 18, 2014
In the display, during the show, the battery is positioned (two-sided tape or velcro, for example) at the point where we want to have the bottom of the lamp arm (MR16 Spot Wall Clamp Display Light with a Double Bend Fixed Arm) and then the lamp threads right into connector fittings ON the battery? is this correct? See sketch.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on September 19, 2014
Answer:Yes, that's how the products work. The fixtures have a Molex style plug at the end of a lead wire that simply snaps into the battery. You will need to use a 2-way splitter accessory as well since you are connecting two fixtures to a single battery.
By Elena from New York on April 15, 2013
What are the dimensions and weight of the battery and how noisy is it when working?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on April 15, 2013
The battery dimensions: 4.75” Long x 3” Wide x 1.5” Tall
Weight: About 1 lb.
No, it is not noisy like transformers.
By Gzen from San Francisco, CA on August 12, 2014
How does the battery connect to the light fixture? It doesn't appear that this comes with a Molex connector/adapter to mate with the 2-way splitters.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 12, 2014
Answer:The battery pack does have a Molex connector to connect to the splitters and in turn the light fixture(s).