Wireless LED Battery Operated Motion Sensor Spotlight with Remote Control
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- Excellent security lighting
- Mounts anywhere
- Remote-control or motion-sensor
- 3 Light settings
- No electrician needed
- Remote Control: has a 70 foot range and may be mounted in a convenient location using the included mounting bracket and hardware. May be used to turn on/off, disable the motion sensor, and adjust the brightness.
- (8) 5 star reviews
- (4) 4 star reviews
- (2) 3 star reviews
Exactly as advertised. nice product.
Submitted by a4dpilot | Florence, KY | 6.03.16
Good looks and easy install
Purchased for indoor use in a dark shower
Submitted by Jane | 9.22.15
Remote control and stronger than normal LED lights. Uses 3 D size batteries.
Love this purchase!!
Submitted by Linda | 4.14.15
Very nice lights, great value
Submitted by Helmut | 2.25.15
On/Off remote control or motion sensor. Bright illumination. Small and very easy to install.
Light is on the cool-white side of the spectrum.
Great, convenient and easy to install!
Submitted by Luis | 12.20.14
Easy to install. Easy to operate. Uses batteries. Adjustable. Affordable.
Remote Control Spotlight
Submitted by Hodie | 10.27.14
Change was NOT for the better!
Submitted by Rudell | 8.03.14
LED Motion Sensor
Submitted by Jeri | 3.27.14
Great Little Spotlight
Submitted by Ann | 11.05.13
Submitted by Barbara | 10.20.13
Outdoor LED Security Light
Submitted by Hudson | 8.28.13
light is very bright and provides excellent coverage
Submitted by CP | 7.13.13
Bright Easy to install
D batteries (but worth it)
Reliable and performs well
Submitted by Stuart | 6.08.13
Provides excellent lighting at a low cost Reliable
For this application, it would be ideal if the duration of on could be extended beyond 10 minutes
Not worth the $$ for quality
Submitted by Jason Phillips | 5.05.13
Submitted by James | 1.10.13
Remote Light works great and great sensor
Submitted by Roy Berkon | 1.05.13
LED Remote Controlled Spotlight
Submitted by Peg | 12.29.12
Submitted by Bill Merrill | 12.29.12
It solved the problem efficiently and inexpensively. Love that it is battery operated.
Couldn't figure out how to use the stake, so I screwed it into the newel post.
Motion sensitive security spotlight
Submitted by Dave | 11.10.12
Just what I wanted
Submitted by Hannah | 9.10.12
LED remote controlled spotlight
Submitted by John | 10.11.11
How easy it was to mount on a wall.
I would like to have the light coming from this product cover a larger area.
Perfect for sidewalks
Submitted by Katie | 12.22.10
Easy to set up and place No need for a cord Motion activation is instant
Question from Susan:
Answer from Pegasus:Susan, To disable the motion sensor, turn the light on with the remote. Hold the motion sensor button on the remote until the light blinks. When it blinks 2 times the motion sensor has been disabled. When it blinks 4 times the motion sensor has been enabled.
Question from Hazel:
Answer from Pegasus:It depends on what would be blocking the sensor and the distance. If by enclosed you mean a solid surface than no the motion sensor will not work through it. If you mean a screened in porch it may not work very well due to the frame blocking the view of the motion sensor.
Question from DK:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes, the head rotates as well as pivots.
Question from Brenda Cameron:
Answer from Pegasus:Brenda, It has a mounting base with 3 holes for securing via the included screws. You will need to use a special drill bit to drill into the stucco. Check out the installation instructions link for more details.
Question from Laura Gerhart:
Answer from Pegasus:Laura, you can you disable the motion sensor with the remote control. It is possible for her to enable it and then disable it but I can't say that I think it's convenient to do every day. To disable the motion sensor, turn the light on with the remote. Hold the motion sensor button on the remote until the light blinks. When it blinks 2 times the motion sensor has been disabled. When it blinks 4 times the motion sensor has been enabled.
Question from Laura Gerhart:
Answer from Pegasus:The beam angle is 80 degrees.
Question from Ronnie:
Answer from Pegasus:When using high quality alkaline batteries you can expect battery life of about 40 hours. To answer your question, I think it depends on how willing you are to buy and change batteries. If it would be on for multiple 2-hour periods per day then I do not think it's feasible because of the cost of D batteries. If it were just on once per day for 2 hours then I would think it's OK.
Question from Chica:
Answer from Pegasus:No, you cannot set it to 15 mins. These are the only settings.While in motion sensor mode, the light automatically turns off after 30 secs.When the motion sensor is disabled, the remote control can turn the light on for 1 hour or 4 hours.
Question from JIm:
Answer from Pegasus:No, it will not. The product has a photocell that allows it to only turn on in darkness.
Question from Steve:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes it's possible. There are instructions in the manual for syncing multiple lights to a single remote.
Question from Rich:
Answer from Pegasus:The light has 3 brightness settings: 60, 90, or 140 lumens. You can turn it on with the remote and have it shut off after 1 hour or four hours. You cannot turn it on with the remote and have it run longer than 4 hours until you choose to turn it off.