|Item Weight||4.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.6 x 15.5 x 10 inches|
|Item model number||STL360HBW|
|Assembled Height||10 inches|
|Assembled Length||5.63 inches|
|Assembled Width||15.5 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||Corded Electric|
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RAB Lighting STL360HBW Super Stealth 360 Sensor with HB101 Bullet Floods
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- Senses 180 degrees out and 360 degrees down, for total detection
- 8 amps, 1000 watts incandescent @ 120 volts
- Circuits fully shielded for maximum radio frequency immunity
- Sensitivity adjusted automatically for consistent detection in hot and cold ambient temperatures
- Adjustable wide sensitivity control from 100% to 30%
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This RAB Lighting STL360HBW Super Stealth 360 sensor with HB101 bullet-shaped floodlights uses a 150W PAR38 lamp (not included). It accepts 120V input power and has a white cast aluminum housing that is lightweight and corrosion-resistant. This sensor has 360 degrees of view detection downward and 180 degrees of view detection outward for full coverage. The time delay can be set from 5 seconds to 12 minutes. It has three LEDs for continual scanning, surge protection up to 6,000V, and a protected manual override with auto reset. The circuits are fully shielded for maximum radio frequency immunity and can be wired in parallel with other sets. This sensor with floodlights is suitable as part of a commercial, industrial, or residential lighting solution.
RAB Lighting manufactures LED, metal halide, and high-pressure sodium lighting fixtures and controls for indoor and outdoor applications. The company, founded in 1946, is headquartered in Northvale, NJ.
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First let me say if you are comparing this fixture with the ones you would get at The Home Depot or Lowes, you would be comparing apples with oranges. The quality of materials and workmanship is hands down better with this RAB light. That's apples with apples comparison. But this unit has dual motion sensors; the traditional one you see in the picture that looks out in front of the unit @ 180 degrees, but also has one that points down @ 360 degrees. That's apples with oranges comparison. If The Home Depot or Lowes does carry an equally comparable product, I've not seen it in their stores or on line.
So You can't sneak up on this fixture. I trip the motion sensor and the light comes on while I'm inside my garage about 2 or 3 feet from the garage door (light is mounted on the soffit in front of the garage door). This is nice as the lights turn on before my wife pulls out of the garage!
OK, so I replaced one of my three existing flood lights with this fixture. I installed it myself and it was very easy. My brother is a master electrician so I've been educated by the best, but if you already have the electrical wiring and base there, RAB has made this the easiest replacement installation I've ever seen. On the box it says "Completely Assembled and pre-Wired for quick installation". This saves time with the install, but also insures it is assembled correctly. Win for them and a win for you!
I reused the old bulbs that were in the old flood light and this fixture puts out more light now. The old fixture didn't have a reflector housing that this RAB unit has - it just had the socket that the bulb screws into. I believe I read somewhere that RAB calls this the 'bullet housing". They really look big when you pull the fixture out of the box.
Other fixtures that have a housing for the light bulb may reflect out more light than a fixture with just a socket, but this is just one more plus for this fixture.
I was so impressed after the installation, I wanted to replace the other two old fixtures, so I did a search on Amazon and found a '2 pack' that saved me about $40.
I installed these fixtures when it was getting dark and in very high wind and the moving trees didn't trigger the sensors.
Another cool feature with this unit is it's pre-drilled at the lip of the Bullet Housing so you can attach a lens or wire mesh to protect the bulb (lens and wire mesh purchased separately). You may not need this feature, but if you do, its there!
Besides hot, neutral, and ground (2 grounds, one for each bulb) his unit has another red wire so you can connect multiple fixtures to be controlled by a single sensor. You may not need this feature, but if you do, its there!
The three units I purchased were made in Malaysia, not China.
They say they shielded the fixture for radio frequency immunity (but don't install it on a circuit that has a electric motor, like a garage door opener).
The sensor says it's "All Season Sensitivity" - so you don't have to readjust the sensor when the season changes.
This is the 8th generation motion sensor from RAB, the company that introduced Passive Inferred Motion Activated Lighting in 1983 (at least that's what they say).
The gasket you get to seal the a flood light on the Junction box (base) is usually a soft flexible gasket. This gasket is mounted on a metal plate so it's a soft gasket but not flexible so it seals better.
The screw that attaches the fixture to the junction box has an o-ring (they give you two screws - one short and one long - each with an o-ring).
There is toll free phone and email support.
In summary, RAB spent time thinking about functionality of the usage and of the installation, and the workmanship of this product is very good.
One last thing: Page 21 describes the warranty. It's a 10 year warranty. For repair during the warranty period, return the product freight prepaid and insured. Get this: If unit is out of warranty, or damage is unrelated to the original manufacture, return unit with a $20 check and they will repair or replacement the unit.
First, let me say that I am very close to 70 years old and at my age, the ol' body just doesn't function the way it did 20 or 30 years ago, or even five for that matter, but nonetheless I got this product up and running in minimum time with minimum effort. SETUP: Take it out of the box, move the light holders to roughly the position you think will suit your purpose (final adjustments are easily made after installation), take it outside and begin the mounting process. INSTALLATION: NOTE: Be certain the power is turned off at the circuit breaker box before beginning the simple wiring process. Getting hit with 110v while doing the wiring could quite possibly ruin an otherwise good day. If you are the least bit squeamish about fooling with electricity, do the smart thing and call a qualified electrician. There is an included S hook to hold the light while you are doing the wiring, but I found it unhandy since I was installing under a soffit, so I just connected the ground wires first and let that hold it while I connected the two remaining wires. It was as simple as white-to-white, black-to-black, and ground-to-ground. It doesn't get any easier than that. On this model, there is an additional red wire that can be used to wire other lights in sequence, but that was beyond my needs, so I just put a plastic connector on it to make certain there would be no bare wire touching something it wasn't supposed to--just a safety precaution. TESTING: All the other motion detector lights I ever had dealings with nearly always had a little slide switch with settings for test, 1, 5, and 10 minutes. On this model, to enter test mode you just turn the power off for 10 seconds and once you turn it back on, wait 30 seconds for the test mode to begin. My experience was that it seemed a little longer than that, but once it entered the test mode it was a snap. Once you are satisfied with your settings, vacate the area of coverage you have set and after 2 minutes it will return to automatic mode. OPERATION: There are four "dials"; one for an evening timer and another for the length of time you want the light to stay on after motion is no longer detected which can be adjusted from 5 seconds to 12 minutes. The third dial allows you to adjust at what level of darkness you wish the light to begin detecting motion and finally the last dial is the sensitivity setting. SUMMARILY: Nowhere in the description on the internet could I find whether or not it could be mounted under a soffit and so I called to get that verified--of course the answer is yes, but I think that should be included as part of the basic description. I have had this light installed for about a week now and it functions EXACTLY as it should. So far there have been no false activations, it responds to the area I have chosen to cover, and turns off when it should. I am totally satisfied with this purchase and soon will begin replacing my other problem detectors with this particular model. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND!