By IMR from Westland, MI on April 10, 2015
Is the light installed to the picture frame or the wall?
By Jeff from Valley Village, CA on April 10, 2015
Answer:I attached it to the wall. Very easy to install, even comes with a little level so you can install it level.
By Stephen L from Gastonia, NC on April 10, 2015
By Linda from New Iberia, LA on April 10, 2015
Answer:The light screws into the wall.
By Chris Martorella from FL on April 10, 2015
Answer:You can do either. But we didn't want to drill or attach it to anything so we simply set it behind the frame and it hangs perfectly. No damage to wall or frame.
By Bridgette Bridges from St. Louis, MO on August 15, 2014
What size is the light?
By Jean from Arkansas on August 15, 2014
Answer:The light bar is a total of 9 inches long. There are 2 sections, each about 2" long that contain 3 LED lights each and a solid bar in the middle dividing them. It works great to illuminate the painting I made BUT it eats up batteries like they are going out of style. It takes 3 AA batteries and they only lasted three evenings. We bought rechargeable batteries, hopefully they will work better.
By Daniel J. O'Leary from Clayton, NC on April 17, 2015
Is there a way to install this without screwing into the wall?
Could I use some strong sticky material and stick on wall?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on April 19, 2015
Answer:You can attach it to the frame instead. Sticky tape may not be strong enough to support the light.
By Brandon from FL on April 19, 2015
Answer:I have concrete walls that are hard to hang stuff to ... I actually just hung it over the frame and it works great! No holes were put in anything and I didn't have to use anything sticky either!
By Tim from Charlotte, NC on April 19, 2015
Answer:It's a very nice product. My opinion is it's better to trust screws.
By Ric from St George, Utah on April 19, 2015
Answer:Yes, I was able to use thumb tacks, so, I am sure you could find some strong adhesive material.
By Judy Ghoneim from NC on May 12, 2015
Does this battery picture light with dimmer have a remote control?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on May 13, 2015
Answer:No, this model does not have a remote.
By Patrick Jackson from CA on July 15, 2014
I like this offering. Can you tell me how long this light will run on the high setting? Any way to turn one of the lights off?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on July 15, 2014
The duration of the batteries depends on the quality of batteries you use.
The light turns off using the dimmer switch on the side of the head. Press switch once for full brightness. Press and hold for desired brightness. Press a third time to turn the light off.
By Lila from NY on March 5, 2015
What is the extension from battery box to the light? I want to illuminate a sculpture mounted to a 1" thick board.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 6, 2015
Answer:The extension is 3in from the light to the battery compartment.
By Leo from MA on March 6, 2015
Answer:4 3/8" or 4.375" from wall to light bar face and approx. 4 3/4" from wall to center line of light bar.
By Rod Goins from Charlotte, NC on March 7, 2015
Answer:Approximately 4 inches, so you should be good to go. I am very pleased with this product. I have three of them.
By Beth from NY on July 19, 2014
Where do you install the batteries?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on July 21, 2014
Answer:On the fixture head.