|Part Number||UPN - 133484|
|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 12 x 1.6 inches|
|Item model number||ENLPPAT3|
|Item Package Quantity||3|
|Type of Bulb||LED bulbs, never need replacing|
|Plug Format||A- US style|
Energizer ENLPLPAT2 Design Automatic Path Light
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- Contemporary Design - Stylish And Functional
- Helps Provide Security And Safety For Your Home
- Great For Kitchens, Hallways, Bathrooms, Stairs, And More!
- LED Uses Low Amounts Of Energy - Never Burns Out
- Auto On/Off Sensor Turns On When Dark
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Casts a soft light in area. These path lights are great for adding security and visibility at night or in low-light areas. Need a path to the bathroom? A simple night light? This is the one for you! Simply plug it into your wall outlet and auto on/off sensor turns the light on when it gets dark. This product is ideal for seniors that need that little bit of extra lightning to move around their home
Top Customer Reviews
I hope Energizer continues to make these lights for a long, long time. I'm getting ready to move and want to use the same lights in my new place (I may be a nice guy and leave these for the buyers — we'll see). I have tried a number of different LED path lights and these are, by far, the best I've run across.
I used the third in the ceiling outlet next to my garage door opener and it's bright enough to navigate the garage with no other lights on.
-Very Bright. Ideal for pathway lighting.
-Light is directed down which keeps it out of your eyes.
-Too bright for many applications. (Way too bright for an adult to sleep next to)
-Light sometimes stays on even when there is plenty of ambient light.
-They stick out kind of far from the wall.
Regarding power consumption, the package doesn't specify, so to determine the wattage I used a Kill A Watt meter. (Great device: P3 International P4400 Kill A Watt Electricity Usage Monitor) The LED nightlight registers 0.0 on the Kill A Watt meter, which is usually quite accurate. I'd assume it consumes well less than one watt, possibly less than a tenth of a watt. I did find a site that listed power consumption for the Path Light at .42 watts, so the Kill A Watt could be inaccurate measuring such a small power draw.
These use a single LED emitter, which is characteristic of newer LED technology. The output is quite impressive considering the power consumption. It has a slightly blueish color--approaching daylight. I'd guess it was in the 5000° kelvin color temperature range. Other reviews seem to refer to another Energizer product with a warm light. The "Path Lights" are definitely a cooler color, but pleasant enough.
I bought a three pack of these on a whim for ten bucks at Sam's. I liked them so much, I went back to buy a couple more packs, but, as is typical at Sam's, they were no longer available. I assumed they were being discontinued, so I reluctantly paid $20 for one addition 3-pack from Amazon. I'm glad to see they're now available for under fifteen bucks via Amazon Prime.
Regarding longevity, at least for older LED technology, brightness declines gradually as an LED ages. I've had one of these Energizer Path Lights in a windowless hall bath for about 9 months. The light stays on close to 24 hours a day. It doesn't seem to have dimmed noticeably yet. The build quality is quite good, and since it is associated with a major brand, I'd hope for a fairly long life. Hopefully it will operate for a few years, or about 25,000 hours.
Best night light I've owned.