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Went you install them. the Switch will turn it off and on
By sonia concepcion on May 9, 2018
Don't know about the IC stamp but the lights are designed to be installed into a drilled hole in wood decking. springs on the side of the light cylinder provide friction to prevent lights from backing out. Push in easily to drilled hole.
By SpaceGeek on April 11, 2018
I never opened the box. It was a gift purchase . Sorry
By billy nilly on April 4, 2018
These lights do not have any dusk-to-dawn or timer built in. You will need to use an external device to do that.
By HCA on March 18, 2018
I was able to put lights 3 feet apart after putting the lights into a 1inch hole in a 2x6 redwood and running the wire along the underside of that 2x6lumber. So, both of the wires are just over 18 inches long on each light. On the power supply the wire is roughly 8 feet.
By Glenn Rotz on January 30, 2018
They can be. We used 12 of the 16 for that reason. If a few go out, we can use those others as replacements. They are great lights! Exactly what we wanted.
By Robert E. Webb on December 13, 2017
It needs a 12v power source... Either using the included transformer or some other sufficient output supply.
By Sayoko Toyooka on December 2, 2017
The lights are quite bright but as for the exact lumens, I have no idea and would rely on manufacturers spec.
By HCA on November 22, 2017
I drill 3/8
By Tylemen on November 21, 2017
If you are referring to a standard security light motion detector you could place a "screw-in" type of adapter which then would give you a 2 prong receptacle where the typical bulb would be placed. The Tomshine has a transformer with a short length of wire and a 2 prong plug at end that could then be plugged into the … see more If you are referring to a standard security light motion detector you could place a "screw-in" type of adapter which then would give you a 2 prong receptacle where the typical bulb would be placed. The Tomshine has a transformer with a short length of wire and a 2 prong plug at end that could then be plugged into the "screw- in" adapter. Or you could place an extension cord to provide the distance required if the transformer was farther away form where actual Tomshine installation is to be installed. Hope this makes sense..... Good luck see less
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December 9, 2018
I wanted these for step lighting on my deck. The inspector was impressed and actually asked what they were as he had not seen these used before. I had to do a little cutting and soldering of the wires to make them fit so nicely. But absolutely happy with the way they turned out. I bored 1" holes in the board and ran a saw blade track under the board to lay the wire in. But they are easily replaceable should one fail. One on each side of the stair is really overkill....but that is what code called for. !00% happy with them.
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