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50W RGB Color-changing Outdoor LED Flood Light w/ IR Remote - 120 Degree Beam Angle - Epistar COB LED - Waterproof IP65


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  • Easy to install with NO other parts needed; plug-and-play
  • Even bright illumination across a wide area, 120 degree view angle
  • 4 mian colors-Red, Green, Blue, and White, total 16 different color tones
  • Modes: Smooth / Fade / Flash / ON / OFF, waterproof for outdoor use
  • Place/hang/nail it as you like. Suitable for illumination and beautification of home/hotel/garden/landscape
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand TORCHSTAR
Color Multi-colored
Material Metal
Finish Chrome
Voltage 110 volts
Switch Style Push button
Wattage 50 watts
Bulb Features Dimmable
  
Additional Information
ASINB00BBNP8WK
Best Sellers Rank #714,133 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Date First AvailableFebruary 6, 2013
  
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Product Description

-memory feature that restores the last setting when power is cut.

-85V-265V wide input voltage, 50W hight output power, multi-color changing

-Die-cast Aluminum housing, IP-65 waterproof, 5mm High Strength Glass, 35,000 long life-span

-4 main colors, including Red, Green, Blue and White, total 16 static color tones for optional purpose

-Fixture attached to an adjustable mount, helps to change position and direction of lights easily and quickly

-High power Epistar COB / Planar LED to produce the brightest light possible with low consumption of energy

-Reliable thermal design providing constant current driver built inside. There is also short /over-voltage protection

Tip:we accept reservation of LED flood light that can be synchronized with each other during the"strobe, flash, fade, and smooth" effects, please contact us for a pre-order if you are in need.

Suitable for outdoor under-shelter use, for instance, landscaping, wall washing, security, flagpole, billboards, auditoriums, street and tunnel, illumination, outdoor building lighting, etc.

Package includes 1pc LED 50W RGB flood light, plus 1pc IR remote.

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I had to replace the cord. Unfortunately when I installed the light it was zero degrees out. This did not bother my extension cord, but when I plugged in the lamp the cord fell off the plug. It couldn't handle the slightest bend when outside at 0 degrees Fahrenheit for a half hour. The inner insulation for the individual wires cracked as well. Also it cracked all the way through the insulation where the wire exits the housing and it was dangling by the copper, just from me holding it upside down and the strain of the weight of the cord on itself. Also, on the 2nd unit that I never plugged in the wiring cracked all the way through where it exits the housing. I also noticed on the 2nd one that N on the circuit board was wired to hot or line, and the L on the circuit board was soldered to the neutral wire. The ground was snipped off inside both units. These units have a metal housing.

Fix:
All outdoor extensions I could find were much heavier than the cord on this lamp. I replaced the metal grommet with a rubber one which allowed more clearance. I soldered the wires coming off the circuit board correctly to "neutral" and "line" on the outdoor extension cord where I cut off the socket. I put two layers of heat shrink tubing around the solder connections I made. I drilled a hole in the bottom of the unit and crimped a lug on the ground and bolted it. I potted up the grommet and ground bolt with GB Liquid Tape. I worked in electronics product development a long time ago, and rework and rewiring was not unknown to me.

These have been working for a week now.
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