GLW 10w 12v Ac or Dc Warm White Led Flood Light Waterproof Outdoor Lights 750lm 80w Halogen Bulb Equivalent Black Case
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- Replace 80W halogen bulb by 10W LED. Save 80% on electricity bill of lighting.
- Extremely 50000 hours long life reduces re-lamp frequency. Save labor cost to replace bulbs with short lifespan.
- 2700-3200k warm white super bright, shadow-free security and wide beam distribution for general purpose flood lighting.
- 12volt for both AC and DC Voltage very safe to use and install (2 wires, brown=positive pole, Blue=negative pole).
- 10W 12V outdoor floodlight Waterproof IP65. If use it to 110v AC voltage, a 12v transformer needed. GLW 10W waterproof floodlight provide 1 year warranty.
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The brightness of GLW 10W LED light is up to 750lm fully meet your lighting needs.
No shadow, dizzy light, providing you excellent bright light.
More energy efficient than old halogen lamp, equivalent to 80W halogen lamp, saving over 80% on your electricity bill.
Wide Beam Angle
With 120° beam angle, providing you with wide illumination range.The lamp body can be adjusted 120°, flexible enough to meet your lighting requirements.
Brand Name: GLW
Led Type: 10W 12volt led flood light
Material: Metal and stalinite
Waterproof rate: IP65
Base color: Black Case
Color temperature: 2700-3200K warm white
Wattage: 10W wall light
Voltage: 12volt both DC and AC
Product Weight: 0.92KG
1* 10w DC led flood light without plug
FEATURES & APPLICATIONS
Led wall splotlight is 12volt AC and DC widely used in light up your garden, outdoor security led wall washer, building murals, statues, accent trees,signs/billboards, Outages etc
It can not be used for 110v Ac directly, a transformer needed.
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Any downsides? Not really. This is definitely a Chinese product with the typical cheap build quality, but it's under $15, so you really can't complain.
I have a total of 6 lights attached to a stand, that I use when grilling at night. The batteries are connected to a very small 12 volt lawn mower battery, the battery will last for several nights without needing a recharge.
The only problem I had, one of the lights was manufactured with a defect. After opening the package one of the lights had a piece of something rattling around, After taking off the back panel of the light, I found a screw and the hole it was suppose to be in was not completely drilled out. I removed the screw and replace the back panel,, everything works great and no rattling!
I'm now thinking about loading my fishing boat up with them.
"Wondering where I can get a bulk discount" :)
After removing all of the old lights from the eaves, I installed these about 18" above the ground, screwed into the bricks and spliced the lamp wires into the old wiring. The lights worked out perfectly except for the old wires, which I found out were somewhat corroded (Black wire). They still work, but I don't think are getting full power.
I should have discarded all of the old wiring as it was over ten years old and replaced it with new.
I did add a couple of lights since these pull very little current as the old ones were 60w each. All new connections were soldered and wrapped well with electrical tape so I think that it will all last a while.
They have been working dusk to dawn now for around six months without a failure and I am very happy with them.
Update 3/29/16. - Out of eight lights installed, two or three have failed and have had to be replaced even though they state a life of 50,000 hours. I would like to only replace the broken part rather than the whole light, but I have found that would cost more than replacing the whole unit.
I am using them with a small 12V AC adapter that supports 60W. Yes, you can use 12V AC - they can work with AC or DC. 12V AC is an advantage because a 110V AC to 12V AC converter is small and inexpensive vs. one that produces 12V DC (which needs big diodes and a large filter cap).
Light output is very good, with nice beam spread and the more traditional color temp makes them pleasing to the eye.
The casing is metal with screws and silicone seals. I would suggest checking all screws are tight - I had one unit with a loose screw, which could have let water in.
My only wish is that the mount allowed for all axis positioning. Because these only can go in the Y direction (up and down angle), I needed to create a shim to angle the light where I wanted it. Be aware that the thickness of the mounting metal is quite thin.
The light is about what I expected for a single 10w LED. Seems about the same as a 60w bulb.
We are using this on a dusk/dawn sensor to light the entrance to a small livestock shelter. Perfect light to avoid tripping over anything, without blasting the area with light. And small enough to tuck up under the eaves.
October 18,2015 UPDATE: Both lights no longer function!! The insert information indicates a one-year warrantee. I expected a longer life-time for an LED lamp.... NOT less than 10 months.
I recommend getting one of these, first, and checking the light output for your use. If the Color Rendering Index is important, be careful, because we noticed variations in just a few of these that we ordered. They may not be consistent from different Manufacturers. The reflectors and chips appear identical, but my guess is the quality of the LED binning is not the same as on Commercial Grade versions. Some Resellers declare they are Nichia or Cree -- both of which are excellent suppliers, usually.