|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 4 x 10 inches|
|Item model number||SL-7210-WH|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||Yes|
|Assembled Height||10 inches|
|Assembled Length||2 inches|
|Assembled Width||4 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Special Features||Solar powered|
|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Type of Bulb||LED Bulbs|
|Color Temperature||4500 Kelvin|
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Heath/Zenith SL-7210-WH 180-Degree Solar-Powered Motion-Security Light with LED Bulb, White
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||2 x 4 x 10 inches|
|Color Temperature||4500 Kelvin|
|Item Weight||0.5 Pounds|
About this item
- Solar-powered motion-sensor light for enhanced security
- 180-degree detection zone up to 70 feet away
- Adjustable sensor for increasing/decreasing sensitivity to motion
- Solar panel with 15-foot cord; Ni-Cd rechargeable batteries (included)
- Light measures 2 inches long by 4 inches wide by 10 inches high; 5-year limited warranty
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With its clean lines and contemporary appearance, Heath/Zenith's SL-7210-WH motion-activated security light brings enhanced style and safety to homes and businesses alike. The unit's motion sensor provides a 180-degree detection zone up to 70 feet away, with an adjustable sensor that allows for increasing or decreasing its sensitivity to motion--preventing it from lighting up unnecessarily. Furthermore, its adjustable timer can be set to keep the light on for 1, 5, or 20 minutes after detecting motion, while its built-in photocell keeps the light off during daylight hours. Best of all, the security light's solar panel uses the sun's power to charge the Ni-Cd rechargeable batteries (included) during the day. When fully charged, the light will operate for a maximum of 15 days without sunlight. The motion-activated security light measures 2 inches long by 4 inches wide by 10 inches high, while its solar panel measures 1-1/4 inches long by 3-7/8 inches wide by 4 inches high. Heath/Zenith covers the security light with a five-year limited warranty.
With distribution into more than 10,000 retail outlets worldwide, the Heath/Zenith brand enjoys household name recognition across the globe. The company provides electronic control and notification solutions--everything from motion-activated safety lighting and lighting controls to door chimes, utility lighting, and more--to consumers, contractors, and building managers, with an emphasis on convenience, security, aesthetics, and resource savings driving its every product decision. Best of all, Heath/Zenith's products are designed to complement any decor scheme, with simple installation that appeals to even the most inexperienced do-it-yourselfer.
From the Manufacturer
The SL-7210-WH L.E.D. solar powered security light features 180-Degree motion detection up to 70-Feet. Uses L.E.D. light package (Included).
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I ran across the receipt for my light yesterday. I had saved it in case I had any problems with the light and needed to return it and then forgot about it after the light worked good. I bought the light at Home Depot for $49 and installed the light on my back steps in November 2009, 1 year and 9 months ago. I think it would be fair to say that other than vacations the light has to come on 5 or 6 times each night. Due to motion I would estimate the total time the light is on each night to be 1 hour or slightly more. We have had an outside cat for about 3 months that stays in the back so I don't know how often he is turning on the light.
The light has only one LED so it can't be expected to light up a large area. What it is good for is providing enough light in dark areas to see your way around. Where it is installed at my steps it is about 3 feet away, shining down on the steps, providing very good light. My light came with Ni-Cd rechargable batteries. The manual says the batteries can be replaced with Ni-Cd or Ni-MH which is good.
My plan is to buy another of these lights from Amazon and install the it inside a shed to provide lighting inside it at night when I need to go to it.
The bottom line is the light has performed flawlessly providing good light on the back steps and immediate area for close to two years. It is good reliable small area lighting.
UPDATE July 28th 2013
The small solar panel for this light is looking a little weathered but the light is still working every night. It's incredible that a solar light would work this well for this long. I did purchase another of these lights but didn't need it in the shed now so I'm keeping it for a replacement to my current light when it eventually stops working.
We have a halogen-based spot light that faces our car park; the bulb burns out every week, so I finally said #!%^ it, and wanted to look at something else.
We let this light sit in the sun and charge for an afternoon (First turning the switch to OFF so it wouldn't be activated during its charge) and tried the light out in our backyard at the same height as the pole for our car park. It lights up the entire area surprisingly well (30x30 ft).
It doesn't light up the area as well as the halogen or a traditional spotlight, but I think it is worth a try. For only having a few LED's it was really great.
The motion detector takes some playing with, but we've set it to 5 minutes at medium distance. I don't mind the light turning on each time a car goes by or a person walks by on the sidewalk. All the more reason for them not to come to the cars. It's also nice because we have neighbors who park on the street, so there is a light turning on when someone is near those cars. (not to mention driving in, you have light immediately)
We're going to continue to give this a try, but I have ordered [...] from costco, which might have a bit more UMPH...they arrive next week, we'll let you know.
UPDATE: Returned the item...using the Costco lights.