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Heath Zenith SL-5525-WH 250-Watt Quartz Motion-Sensing Light, White


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  • 250-watt single-light halogen 180-degree motion sensing light
  • For motion-activated outdoor illumination
  • Manual override lets you turn the light on or off via existing indoor switch
  • Heavy-duty die-cast metal
  • Measures 10-by-17.2-by-17.8-inches
  • 250-watt halogen motion-activated light for enhanced security
  • Made of heavy-duty die-cast metal; hinged cover for easy bulb access
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Technical Details
Brand Heath/Zenith
Part Number SL-5525-WH-C
Item Weight2.4 pounds
Product Dimensions10 x 17.2 x 17.8 inches
Item model numberHZ-5525-WH
Assembled Height 17.75 inches
Assembled Length 10 inches
Assembled Width 17.25 inches
Item Package Quantity1
Color White
Material Metal
Finish White
Voltage 120 volts
CertificationNot Applicable
Type of Bulb Bulb
  
Additional Information
ASINB000KKLT0A
Best Sellers Rank #165,125 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableJanuary 16, 2007
  
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Heath Zenith 250-Watt Quartz Motion-Sensing Light, White #SL-5525-WH.

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Heath Zenith's SL-5525 bundles a motion sensor and a single halogen light in one package. The unit includes a selectable timer that lets you set the amount of time the lights stay on after motion stops (an automatic photocell deactivates the lamp in daylight). Alternatively, a manual override enables you to turn the light on and off at will via an existing indoor switch. The sensor has a range of up to 70 feet and detects motion in a 180-degree range with a maximum 3,400-square-foot detection zone. This model accepts halogen bulbs of up to 250 watts (included), but is Energy-Star compliant when used with 120-watt bulbs.--Josh Dettweiler

What's in the Box
Light fixture, sensor, 250-watt halogen bulb, mounting kit (gasket, six screws, three wire connectors, mounting strap, light shield, rubber plug, plastic hanger, mounting bolt)


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Customer Reviews

Totally died 8 weeks after purchase.
Debbie S.
I can hear the thing click so it detects motion but does not light, not even in test mode.
Boggs
The sensor seems to have good range also.
Thomas O. Dissinger

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Yaj on July 15, 2008
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Light output excellent. But what happens if the motion-detector timer fails to shut off and the high-heat producing halogen bulb stays on?
In my case, it caused the outer plastic housing to melt down and possibly to have caught fire, just two weeks after installed. Fortunately, it was self-limiting, but the heat blistered the paint on the wood siding on which the light was mounted. The siding could have, but did not, catch fire, or else the house could have burned down. The manufacturer said it shouldn't happen. But it did. And if it happened once, it can happen again.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Boggs on December 28, 2011
I have a huge place and 12 years ago I purchased all Heath Zenith dual floods. I never had to take one back out of about 8 purchased. I also was able to get the full ten years out of each light, no complaints, After repainting the home, I replaced all fixtures, the ones that wore out and the ones still working but were just corroded with the single lamp SL-5525.

I have never had so much trouble with one product in my life.

One or two has stayed on and the other three or four won't light after just a few weeks. I can hear the thing click so it detects motion but does not light, not even in test mode.

I have been around the block with the mouthy techs who do nothing but place blame on the consumer (and should be no where near a customer) and I have been told it is the household wiring. Well, it's new, and installed and inspected by professionals and everything else in the structure works and never shorts out, only the motion lights. I have been through all of their trouble shooting... place black tape etc. No, it is the unit!

As some of you might have noticed the mounting base is smaller than the box and doesn't quite cover the box. And if you also notice, the thing is not plumb to itself, the light it tilted to the right as you look at it and you can't straighten it. I have also been told to tap the sensor to loosen up the stuck relay...my neighbors thought I was nuts. Even though it has a manual override I have also been told to not flip the switch because of a power surge to the unit therefore causing it to malfunction.

If the phone associates are getting tired of all the calls, just make a better product and the phone associates won't have to hang up on customers when the employees after the blame game are proven wrong.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By JSC on October 17, 2010
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I was looking for something really bright, that will really shine under a patio covered outdoor area where it would be like a regular indoor room. And boy did it! I had 150W for that wasn't bright enough. Since my area is smaller I adjusted sensor to be minimum, and it works good for that purpose. Can't comment on sensing open areas for this model, but I have the 2-light version and that can keep the lights on many hours with few flies/bugs continue drawn to the lights.

I read the review on possible burning/fire if sensor/logic failed and kept the light on. So I took a closer look at the casing. The glass seems like real glass (heavy), not cheap clear plastic. The chasis/enclosure is heavy too. It's definitely not plastic. Seems like metal as that's how it feels when I knock on it with my knuckles. There is reflective sheeting around the bulb too. The thing that locks the glass to the enclosure is a metal sheet hinge, which shouldn't melt either. The arm between the light casing and the wall is also the same, metal-feel material. The only thing feel plastic is the motion sensor below, but it's like a good 4 inches so shouldn't be an issue.

This light fixture is bright enough where I'm going to order couple of more to shine onto my dark street in the cul-de-sac, where some neighbors were the victim of 3am car burglary. My only concern is whether a driving rain storm could cause water to enter the light enclosure. A normal rain shouldn't, but strong rain that has the right slant might get a few drops in. But given the glass is not sealed all the way around, including the bottom, any "drops" of water *IF* gets in should just come right out also.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. B. Boyles on October 26, 2009
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I bought the Heath Zenith SL-5525 250 Watt Motion Sensing Light, to create a custom inside motion light for our garage. My wife at some times of the year, leaves and comes home when it's dark. We wanted a light that would really illuminate the doorway leading from the house into the garage, and the same when coming in the side door of the garage to the house. The little battery operated motion lights were too much like a night light, and not bright enough. I bought a round electrical box for this to attach to (in white) and an extension cord (also white). I cut off the receptacle end of the cord and wired the motion light to it. Then mounted the light to the round electrical box and finally, mounted the setup to the inside garage wall. When plugged into an outlet, I have a 250 watt motion detecting light that automatically comes on when there's movement and when it's dark enough. Great solution for what I wanted. I know this is typically an outside light fixture, but also works indoors. I probably wouldn't recommend this inside the house, but in a garage area, works perfectly. I would recommend this light to anyone wanting a nice bright light to cover a specific area, detecting motion.
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