- Pivoting Head: head pivots 30 degrees and swivels 360 degrees
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Battery Operated Light, Closet Light, In-Cabinet Light, Puck Light
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Question from Gabriel:
Answer from Pegasus:You can use rechargeable batteries but battery life will be shorter than if you use alkaline batteries. The manufacturer does not recommend using rechargeable batteries for this reason.
Question from Fran:
Answer from Pegasus:The dimensions are - 3-1/2 inches wide by 1-1/2 inches high.
Question from Jim:
Answer from Pegasus:We would suggest you remove the batteries from the 2 puck lights. This way they are still in usable condition.
Question from Mark:
Answer from Pegasus:Mark, I would suggest trying xenon/halogen lights instead.
Question from Terri:
Answer from Pegasus:The remote control can operate the lights within 15 feet, however, it must in direct sight of the sensor.
Question from Derek:
Answer from Pegasus:Derek, the remote needs to be in direct line of sight for it to work properly.
Question from Judy:
Answer from Pegasus:Judy, Yes, this light turns on by either using the remote control or pressing the center of the puck. It does not have a photocell so it will not matter what the ambient light is in the space.
Question from Bill:
Answer from Pegasus:No - The remote must be in direct sight of the puck lights and within 15ft. It cannot transmit through surfaces.
Question from JOY:
Answer from Pegasus:One puck light weighs 8 ounces.
Question from Debbie:
Answer from Pegasus:They run on the same frequency so as long as they are in range the same remote works for as many pucks in the range (up to 15ft).
Question from Jeff:
Answer from Pegasus:There is an estimated battery life of 50 hours when using high quality alkaline batteries.
Question from Laurie:
Answer from Pegasus:They attach either with the mounting plate and screws or with the included tape.
Question from ketil:
Answer from Pegasus:No, it does not. It's suitable for dry locations only.
Question from Bobbi:
Answer from Pegasus:The remote control uses a CR2032 round battery.
Question from steve:
Answer from Pegasus:No, they do not.
Question from Linda:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes, the remote control will turn the lights on and off.
Question from Don Snowden:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes, as long as they are all in range of the remote.
Question from Peter:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes, they run on the same frequency so as long as they are in range the same remote works.
Question from Deborah:
Answer from Pegasus:No, they are not dimmable.