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.
Mine came with markings on the box indicating 80-230vAC input... CAUTION, mine was direct drive, no driver board at all, just wires straight to the LED chip. It had a Red(almost brown looking) and White wire. I opened it up and found the wires were directly soldered to the LED emitter, the Redish/brown one to the + side.
POWER- I hooked this up to my bench top power supply and set the voltage to 13volts, the emitter drew 450mA. I tried a range of 9-16 volts, it was pretty dim at 9v and reached its peak around 13v. I found a cheap switching power supply rated at 12v/550mA and wired it up, it works great. According to my measurement, this is only about 6 watts, not 10w. It doesn't seem to produce any heat during operation.
Brightness- I have a semi-calibrated light box that I feel is a pretty good estimation, I'd say mine is putting out about 175 lumens. It is a nice warm color and the flood is very wide, even, and free of artifacts. It's a nice amount of light although not exactly blinding.
BUILD- I cant say if the hardware will rust, I just got mine. The body is sturdy enough, the seams seem to be sealed well with silicone orings and the glass looks to be quite thick. I'd say for the price it is built very well.
For reference, I've attached a few pictures of the construction and two pictures of our rec-room in the pitch dark only illuminated by one of these flood lights.
I would buy more of these, I'm very pleased for $9 shipped.
Pretty much a handy light to keep around the car boat or house. Just add a longer cord and whatever you need to power it.
These are a 5-star value, with a few flaws. I bought eight of these for wall-wash lighting, and installed them all yesterday, so can't speak to their long-term durability. As others have mentioned, the power cords are ridiculously short, with only about an eight of an inch of exposed 18 gauge wire to work with (so virtually impossible to use, right out of the box). I had to use a razor to cut back the insulation around both wires on each unit, and then use wire strippers to expose more bare wire. I'm not an electrician, but the polarity didn't seem to matter, as I could swap the wires back and forth on the transformer connections with the same result (light output).
I didn't think they were as bright as some of the other reviewers, but they're still sufficient for my needs, and they make good wall-wash lights. Also, of the eight of them, two had a yellower hue than the rest, which I'm still on the fence about whether they're usable.
Without inspecting any of them for quality, I inadvertently noticed the the wires on one unit were already pulling out of the housing grommet. They still seemed to be secure once extended beyond the grommet, but I pushed them in and added some silicone around the grommet. The unit still worked, but it didn't inspire much confidence in their long-term water resistance. I plan to go back and thoroughly silicone all of them in an attempt to maximize their life, but only time will tell how well they'll hold up.
All in all, these units are great at $10/each. I'll probably even buy a few more as backups, but even with that cost factored in, they're still a great value.
I've added a few pix showing my application of these lights. I still need to cut some of the plants back to let more light through, and probably put some of the lights on stakes to raise them up a bit, but at least you can get a decent sense of their pattern and brightness (the lights on the far right of the second pic, about halfway up the house, are wall sconces, and not these units - these units were only used on the front of the house and were all placed directly on the ground).