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Steinel FL300W - 300 Watt Dual Flood Light Motion Sensor, White
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- Precision-molded curved lens for accurate reading every time
- Uses an advanced surface-mount circuit board for greater reliability and longer life
- Built-in surge protection with auto-reset
- Total UL rain-tight rating for both sensor and fixture
- Lifetime Warranty
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The concern that we had with other lights sold in Home Depot or Lowes is the number of complaints from folks who say that they have failed after a year or so.
The Steinel FL300W was rated well on other sites and we were also impressed by the way in which it was constructed.
For instance: it is rain-tight and has built-in surge protection.
We installed the floodlight 20 feet or so above the backyard where there are trees toward the back.
It is meant for security and for any time when we would like to see - such as when our dog is outside.
It is mounted just below the eave at the back of the home, at the top of the second story.
We did not want to pull new wires from the second story down to the first but wanted access to a switch on the first floor for a manual on/off.
In order to accomplish this the light was installed via an existing electrical line in our attic and connected using a Leviton 15A Fixture Relay Module (Catalog # 6375).
Downstairs, we installed a Leviton Decora Switch Controller (Catalog # HXC10-1TW) which was wired for power in conjunction with an existing standard wall switch.
This provides us with remote on/off switching over existing electrical lines without the need for complicated wiring.
With a normal motion sensor - any amount of wind could trigger the light unnecessarily by trees swaying in the breeze and we wanted to avoid this problem.
Thankfully, this unit uses infrared to detect heat.
Because of this there is no need for sensitivity control, range control or seasonal adjustment.Read more ›
All the reviews that I found (both here on Amazon and elsewhere)were positive. I installed it a few days ago and it has worked well so far. It is built well and appears to be designed well also. An example of this are the nice rubber gaskets encasing the light sockets, to keep them water tight. Much better than my prior motion light.
So far, I have had no problems with it turning on due to wind. It also works fine so far in cold weather (low teens). The only nuisance so far was setting the length of time that I wanted it to remain on, after being activated. That took several tries, but now is fine. I also like that it uses regular flood lights, instead of the often used halogen bulbs. The floods are cheaper and I have more options for how many watts I want the bulbs to be.
just quit working all together. When I checked the FL 300W I found mostly good reviews. It took me a little while to figure the proper
assembly (Im getting up in years and dont comprehend like I use to) However the light went up, the power turned on and the light seemed to work just fine. I changed no settings. It is factory set for daylight and cycle 15 to 20 seconds. It came on and went off, on and off over and over again with no motion causing the problem. I checked the wireing and it was OK. I even added a dedicated line. But long story short, I contacted the Steinel Company and they promptly sent me another light. Its up and working just fine. Steinel customer service was just great. I really hated to write this somewhat negative review, but I'm trying to be completly honest about what happened. I would't hesitate buying a Steinel product again. I am still giving the product 5 stars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Full disclosure. I own 4 of these, purchased though a lighting store, during new construction. That's why this review isn't a verified Amazon purchase. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Tom Wilson
I have been using Steinel motion night for 10 years. Recent order one for replacement for backyard night light. Read morePublished 18 months ago by peter ng
Although I have only had this motion sensor installed for about a week now, I can say that it is of much better quality than the big box stores products. Read morePublished on December 18, 2013 by Bev W.
Bought this light to replace a old light. Product is very adjustable, sensitivity picks up on our schaunzer when she goes out in the back yard. Would purchase again.Published on October 5, 2013 by upnorth
The description failed to mention that the mounting plate is an optional feature.
Are they serious , how could you not include the mounting plate....????
This dual flood replaced a current 300watt Halogen flood / motion detector that was old and finally gave up. Read morePublished on April 2, 2013 by Bmogo
First I will say, motion sensors on any motion sensor light will fail over time. I planned for this and bought replacement sensors with my purchase of this light. Read morePublished on January 11, 2013 by K. McW
I installed this fixture on a vertical wall. For a new install, it requires a weatherproof double gang box (not included, about 10 dollars) unless mounting on a soffit. Read morePublished on May 26, 2012 by DeepUgh