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Generic 30W LED white Flood Light
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- Designed as a replacement of traditional high output floodlight
- Waterproof for outdoor and indoor flood light
- Applications: garden, piazza, bill boards, factory, gyms, docks and other place
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dead 8 months later. actual used lifetime 8 hours a day on timer for the last 4 months. 960 hours. 1/50th of the reported >50,000 lifetime.
The come with a very short power cord stubbed out of the fixture too short for most applications. I ordered a 10-pack of 6'foot long PC Power Cords, cut the PC plug off one end, and rewired the fixtures using these cords. On a couple, I installed a toggle switch thru the side of the fixture housing so I can turn them on and off without unplugging (good for work lights).
These fixtures are wired using European standard color wires, which are different than US standard colors -- here is what you need to know: The Yellow with Green stripe is the ground (US would be green or bare copper), the blue is the neutral (US would be white or gray), and the brown is the hot wire (US would be black or red).
Update 5 days later: Got second one in the mail. Same issue as the first. I am giving up on this light and moving to other brands.
The wires are too short and the wrong colors for US houses. A quick eMail to the company got me the info I needed. I have a some tech writing experience and offered to write a sheet of instructions for them for free but was turned down so I'm going to post the most relevant parts here.
This LED spot light has the wires as so:
Yellow/Green to Ground
Brown to Hot
Blue to Neutral
But house wiring is
white - neutral wire
green - ground
Red or black - hot
My solution was to solder on a foot 18 gauge US standard wire colors to the wires on the light. I was going to use wire splices but the smallest ones I had were way too big. The fine wires used with this light are a testament to how low the power draw was. I was too cheap to go out and buy more wire the same gauge as the light uses when I had 18 gauge on had but it dwarfed the wires on the lamp.
Anyway I soldered a green wire to the Yellow/Green, a black wire onto the brown, and a white wire onto the blue one. I sealed the solder joints with heat shrink tube then covered the length of the wires with more heat shrink tube.
Mounting was easy, I used 5/16" carriage bolts and nutted them on the inside. The square shank on the carriage bolts was a good fit to the slots on the bracket.
The best part is the my electric bill has gone down since I used this to replace a similar sized halogen light. The worst part is the color temperature of the light is on the cold side and is too harsh for indoor use. I use this light on a timer over my driveway and it's perfect for that. If the light was a more pleasing temperature, I'd buy several more for use in my workshop but as it is, I'm good with just this one...