By Steven from Kingdom of Bahrain on April 15, 2015
Would this light provide sufficient illumination for a dartboard?
By Brent from Fort Wayne, IN on April 15, 2015
Answer:Yes it would, it uses LEDs which are very bright and would definitely provide enough light for a dartboard.
By Terence from Canonsburg on April 15, 2015
Answer:No. As a metal dart player, there is not enough light for a dart board. It's too dim for that and even if it were right on top of the dart board it would not be that bright.
By Renae Hinchey from CA on April 15, 2015
Answer:Yes, I believe it would. I have two of these lights above a picture that is 6 feet wide and 4 feet long, and they provide sufficient light for the picture.
By Karen L Steen from Milwaukee, WI on August 30, 2014
If I have a large piece of art, what should I use to illuminate it? Can I use two of these items?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 31, 2014
Answer:If you have an especially wide picture, then yes, I would suggest using two.
By Darrin from Minneapolis, MN on May 30, 2014
How wide is this light?
By Robin from Pegasus Lighting on June 2, 2014
Answer:It is 13-1/8 inches long by approximately 1 inch in diameter. The mounting plate is: 9 inches x 1-1/4 inches.
By Gloria from CALIFORNIA on February 20, 2015
How do I change the batteries? My lights didn't last very long. Is there a way to make them brighter?
By Jeff from Saugatuck Mi. on February 23, 2015
Answer:You change the batteries by removing the battery cover on the back side. 3 AA batteries. There is no way to make the light brighter.
By Ric from Phoenix, AZ on February 23, 2015
Answer:The batteries are in the compartment at the end of the neck and I would use high amperage rechargeable batteries. I use mine when we have guests.
By Lynn H from Laguna Hills, CA on February 23, 2015
Answer:Dear Debbie. Did you get the instruction booklet that should have been packed with your picture light? It explained everything very clearly. If you did not get it, I'm sure that Pegasus will make one available for you. I don't have the light on all the time, so my batteries have not run out of juice yet. I don't know how long they should last if they are on every evening for hours. Good luck with that.
By Deb from Houston, TX on March 8, 2015
Would two of these lights be sufficient lighting for a menu board that is 3 feet tall and 5 feet wide? If not 2, then 3 of the lights? Will they all function off the same remote control?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 9, 2015
Answer:Yes, I think two would be sufficient and yes they will operate off the same remote.
By Jeff Johnson from Fennville, MI on March 9, 2015
Answer:I have two of them and they work off the same controller! The lights are designed to mount on top. I think two on top would do just fine. If not then order one more!
By Bob from Okane on March 9, 2015
Answer:Iit would light it but not sure if it would be bright enough. I believe you can return them if they don't work for you.
By Tony from Keller, TX on March 15, 2015
Answer:1 remote would work for multiple lights and if you did 2 across the top it would be great.
By Helen from Evanston, IL on July 29, 2014
Suitable for lighting a 42x24 watercolor in shades of blue and purple? This is a "dark" painting.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on July 29, 2014
I would not recommend this battery operated light for artwork that large.
By Rick from Denver, Colorado on January 6, 2015
Is this light appropriate for a glass covered framed artwork. Will you see a reflection of the light bulbs in the glass? Are the light bulls angled in such a way to avoid a reflection?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 6, 2015
Answer:Rick, this fixture does not have light bulbs. It has built in LEDs.
Yes, it can be used for glass covered artwork.
You can adjust the light fixture head if any glare occurs.
By S from Norfolk on January 6, 2015
Answer:We have glass framed artwork and I do not have a problem with reflection in the glass. Although I have already returned one lamp because it did not turn on and off properly. Return was handled well. I just tried to turn on one of my lights to confirm there was no reflection problem.
By Bob from Spokane, WA on January 6, 2015
Answer:If you have the light in the right position there is no reflection. I believe they can be returned, however I would check with the company for sure. I really like these lights, and the price was reasonable. The remote is the best feature for us.
By Michael from Todd, NC on August 8, 2014
How does the mounting plate mount? How much space is needed behind artwork for mounting plate?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 11, 2014
Answer:Michael, the mounting plate is attached to the wall using screws.
It's best to attach the plate to the wall above the artwork, otherwise the neck may be pinned against the frame.