EATON Lighting MST18R17LW 白色圆形 LED *灯 需配变压器
- *灯运动传感器的强度范围可达 70 英尺
- 黄昏到 Dawn Photocell 传感器，有效利用光线
- 明亮的 5000k 灯光提升*和警觉
All-Pro LED 双头圆形运动灯采用*新的 LED 技术，在低剖面紧凑的外壳中可*大程度地输出光线。 这种设计是传统风格的直接替代，生产相当于 150W 白炽灯。 圆形，低剖面设计；直接替代传统卤素灯。 当检测到运动时，运动传感器会自动打开灯光，并在预选时间延迟（*长 12 分钟）后关闭。 支持挂钩、推连接器和连接的螺丝轻松安装。 它们可以安装在墙壁或铺设，适合各种应用。 表面：白色 1600 流明输出，相当于 150W 白炽灯 5000K 色温 无需维护 - 50,000 小时寿命，低剖面设计；直接替换传统卤素灯寿命为 35,000 小时的无维护式 LED 运动传感器检测运动运动运动状态，*长为 70 英尺，包括泛光调节盖模式：夜保持灯可持续 6 小时，压铸铝外壳 安装简易钩，连接壁挂式，配有挂式，非常方便
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First off, these are a great price for what you get. They seem to be well constructed. It's tough to see from the picture, but these are a great setup for shallow to flush mounting boxes. I had a standard depth box in my stone front that these fit over very well, however, had I not had the space to put all the wire nuts in the box, there was plenty of space in the light. Please note, the units do protrude out about 2-3", so they won't be flush to the wall. The mounting plate allows for multiple orientations so you always have the perfect finished appearance, the units I ultimately ended up, at $40 more per unit, didn't have this bracket and my lights ended up in a 90 degree orientation, so I appreciate this addition. The installation was easy, remove existing light (if necessary), screw in the mounting plate, position the rubber gasket, connect the wires, screw in unit. It was really that simple and took me less than 15 min per unit. So why the four stars?? The screws are crap. I broke a screw stepping on it and stripped the head of another. I spent $4 at Lowe's, purchased some stainless steel replacements and was back in business.
The finished procuct looked great. The lights are really bright, just as advertised and reviewed. The color spectrum is 5000k which puts off an eerie White to almost blue-ish hue. My wife hated that they didn't match the rest of the landscape lights so back they went. I left them installed for about a week and they were next to sprinkler heads. I didn't see condensation like others have reported, but this could also be that they were only installed for a week. They received direct water from the sprinkler but never showed any signs of water penetration. If you can stand the 5000k color, these are a great product. I would have gladly purchased the identical mfg and product had there have been a 3000k line.
January 2018 - I have upgraded my Sept 2016 rating from 3 to 5 stars. I reinstalled the lens glass, the retainer rings, and silicon ring and insured that it was tightly secured. We are now in our 3rd winter season with the lights and have had no further problems. We are very happy with them and expect that they will function perfectly for as long as we live in this house - hopefully another 20 years or so.
In September 2016 I purchased four of these floodlights and installed them under the eves of our house to replace the original floodlights that had been installed in 2009. The original floodlight fixtures were made of plastic and used the standard 150w incandescent flood light. Unfortunately water and ice cracked the bases and sockets and a couple of the incandescent bulbs have to be replaced. First, this meant finding a ladder that would reach a 3rd story eve. Second, given that I am 75, I wanted a fixture that was impervious to weather (water and ice) and would not require replacement of the bulbs (8 of them) every year or so. The metal and glass “maintenance free” exterior of the All Pro series floodlight with led lights that last 35,000 hours seemed to be just what I needed. Since I turn outside floods on only occasionally and normally do not run them more than four hours at a time, this sounded like I would never have to climb that ladder again. It is for these reasons, higher quality and maintenance free, that I paid a much higher price for these new floodlights. Unfortunately, I looked out a window this morning (December 12, 2016) to see the glass lens from both lights on one fixture on the ground along with their retainer rings, silicon gaskets, and interior light reflectors. Upon inspection all the parts were in good condition – not damaged. When turned on the LEDs remaining in the fixture attached under the eve came on. From what I could tell from the ground with a telephoto lens, the fixture attached to the house is not damaged either. Finally, the other three All Pro Twin Head Flood Lights, installed at the same time as this one are still intact (keeping my fingers crossed on that). What caused this failure? Apparently the lens retainer rings just came loose. Why? My guess is either a design or manufacturing defect (or both) exacerbated by the freeze-thaw weather cycle we have been experiencing in the last week or so. Apparently there was not enough testing of the product before it was approved for production or there is a quality control problem during production. Whatever the reason, the lens cover assembly should not just fall off 3-months after installation when it starts to get cold. While on the subject of design, another point was the flat gasket provided to serve as a weather seal between the house and the fixture during installation was difficult to handle and not very effective when installed. I noticed that the plastic light fixtures I removed had a better idea. They had a rubber "O" ring with a “U” shaped groove running through its length on one side. This fit very nicely over the edge of the fixture that met the surface of the house and stays in place, unlike the flat gasket provided, during the installation process. It is a far better idea and lot easier to handle when working 3 stories up on a ladder. While I was very pleased with and the coverage of lighting the All Pro design provided, I am now concerned about their long-term quality (especially as the weather gets worse) and am hoping that the above described failure proves to be an aberration of some sort. Only time will tell. In the meantime, I need to borrow that ladder again. Sigh…..