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Is there a Solar Flood/Area Light that does NOT have motion sensors?

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  • Brian53713
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    Approximately 5 years old, and still working. Might have replaced those batteries in each of them I don't think so.

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  • Brian53713
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    That photo provided, is the well-lit backyard border wall fence. The well-lit heliport pad guy did not provide a picture yet.

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  • Kingram
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    Your right it does indeed look like a Heliport. Thanks for posting the picture.

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  • Brian53713
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    Picture taken by 3 year old smartphone 20170219_204152-1.jpg

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  • Kingram
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    Originally posted by AzRoute66 View Post
    I finally have the wife holding out for ones with an 18650 battery, replacing the 650 mAh NiCd versions as they fail. But - they are all good when you consider the price. She has the backyard looking like a heliport.
    I think we are going to need to see some Heliport pictures now.

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  • Brian53713
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    They're from years ago, made of plastic. The new ,basic ones from the blue place, are made of metal. I think the lifepo4 batteries has made them work so long and so well. Bought replacement lifepo4, bunch of them for cheap Amazon replacing as necessary.

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  • AzRoute66
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    I finally have the wife holding out for ones with an 18650 battery, replacing the 650 mAh NiCd versions as they fail. But - they are all good when you consider the price. She has the backyard looking like a heliport.

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  • Kingram
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    Brian do you have a link or picture of your lights ?

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  • Brian53713
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    Update, replaced some of the batteries on two of the lights with lifepo4 that they came with. All but 2 still doing great job several hours into the evening Illuminating back border wall.
    Last edited by Brian53713; 11-10-2017, 11:13 PM. Reason: Clarity

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  • Brian53713
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    Self-contained spotlights on my back border wall lasted over 7 hours even last night on Groundhog Day. And they're almost three years old

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  • wuhahaha
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    If no pir motion sensor, then you must need the auto-time dimming control system?

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  • Brian53713
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    I've had good luck with the Pointable self-contained spotlight, possiby seasonal from Walmart. Have lasted two years, looks like a Well lit border wall. I have them on the front of the garage and 6-foot privacy fence. And numerous other self-contained bright solar yard lights

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  • Rebeca
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    Originally posted by SunEagle View Post
    There are quite a few that will work from "dusk to dawn" using a photo eye control.

    Depending on how much you want to spend, they come with different styles, luman output amounts, solar panel wattage, mounting types (for remote mounting) and battery sizes. You just have to search for them. I really have no hands on experience so I can't tell you which ones are better then the others.

    Below are a couple I found but there are many others out there.

    Cheap floodlight

    Expensive floodlight
    Thanks SunEagle I think the product in ebay is better, and I`m gonna buy it.

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  • SunEagle
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    There are quite a few that will work from "dusk to dawn" using a photo eye control.

    Depending on how much you want to spend, they come with different styles, luman output amounts, solar panel wattage, mounting types (for remote mounting) and battery sizes. You just have to search for them. I really have no hands on experience so I can't tell you which ones are better then the others.

    Below are a couple I found but there are many others out there.

    Cheap floodlight

    Expensive floodlight
    Last edited by SunEagle; 09-08-2016, 03:50 PM. Reason: added links to some solar flood lights

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  • Logan5
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    Will an extension cord reach the area? I would either run a cord or get a handy man to bury conduit and wire. I use LED stringlights work perfect on 110 volt and will cost much less and provide quality reliable light for pennies

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