|Item Weight||2.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 17.2 x 17.8 inches|
|Item model number||HZ-5525-WH|
|Assembled Height||17.75 inches|
|Assembled Length||10 inches|
|Assembled Width||17.25 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||Bulb|
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Heath Zenith SL-5525-WH 250-Watt Quartz Motion-Sensing Light, White
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- 250-watt halogen motion-activated light for enhanced security
- Made of heavy-duty die-cast metal; hinged cover for easy bulb access
- Detects motion up to 70 feet away in a 180-degree range; adjustable sensitivity
- Dualbrite 2-level lighting; manual on/off; dusk-to-dawn operation; bulb included
- Measures 8 inches long by 8 inches wide by 11-1/2 inches high; 2-year limited warranty
- 250-watt single-light halogen 180-degree motion sensing light
- For motion-activated outdoor illumination
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Heath Zenith 250-Watt Quartz Motion-Sensing Light, White #SL-5525-WH.
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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This is a bright light-- and realize you can't find a 250W halogen light just anywhere. The two security light packages I looked at Home Depot were BOTH missing the bulb. I reported this to home depot. This is a light that gets very hot but also very bright.
I am using mine in a rear area of a townhouse (overlooking the driveway). It catches both human and animal violaters ( I have racoons and feral cats). It works very well as a security light, but if it comes on a lot you will be replacing the bulbs. It takes "J" type halogen bulbs. You can turn it off from the switch, and it does have different time settings (as well as sensitivity settings). In the winter I set the sensitivity lower, but in the summer I set it higher (teenagers breaking into vehicles during summer break).
Each one of mine has lasted about 6 months -- at 1 min intervals. My neighbors both like it when it lights up when they come home in the dark. My observation has been that the police like security lights as well.
I get it that people don't like bright lights sometimes (I myself am an amatuer astrophotographer), but sometimes security trumps other concerns. And I also get it that some people are so eco- conscious, the use of halogen offends. I'd rather a strong light deterrence, than a break-in or an in the dark confrontation, which I have had previously (the camera saw the entire thing, but the kid breaking in the car was totally unaware).
For the record, I am also using a very good 14 LED security light made by Utilitech, which is very bright. That said, all light is not equal: this light is brighter, and is focused farther out down the driveway.
I have a bunch of J type bulbs for replacement. Note: Make sure you put them in the right way! I made several attempts before I realized I wasn't putting them in correctly.
I highly recommend this item.
I replaced the unit with a light sensing floodlight; it comes on when it is dark and goes off at dawn. The bulbs can be changed with ease and I can touch them with bare hands. I can direct the two bulbs of the floodlight to provide light excatly where I need it. With the floodlight you don't have to take off, and possibly drop, a glass lens covering the bulb. It will probably be more expensive to operate compared the motion light because it will be on several hours each night.
If a person sees my house as a target from a distance, he sees it is well lit and will look someplace else. With a motion sensing type a person can get closer to my home before the light would come on. A determined intruder or vandal could easily avoid the motion sensing range and could wait until the light timed out and then proceed out of the motion sensors range.
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.