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Product Description

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Warm Tips:

  • Please make sure your 4 D-Cell Batteries were placed correctly according to the anode and cathode.
  • The sensor device of this spotlight is light-sensitive and human body induction, so when you install you should adjust the position suitably. The appropriate installation height is about 10 ft.
  • Lights would not turn on in the daytime or other light shining on it at night, you could testing at dark environment or at night.
  • No Switch Button, No operation required. Don't press amp; avoid to press the Middle Motion Sensor Cover, it might damaged if cover were pressed by hard, and cause the lights not work.
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Warm Tips: It is so easy to open! Rotate the front cover counter clockwise and press the two clips on the side.

Specifications:

Housing Material: ABS + PC Power Source: 4 * D-cell Battery (Not Inclucded) Light Output: 600 Lumens Power Switch: Auto Shut On/Off IP Level: IP65 Waterproof Sensor Mode: Motion Sensor amp; Light Sensor Sensor Angle: 120° horizontal, 100° vertical Sensor Range: 10-16ft(10ft at normal temperature) Color Temperature: Cold White 5000-6000K Bright Light Delay: 20-30 Seconds

Features:

4 LEDS provide 600 lumens of light Motion activated from up to 16 feet(5 meters) Battery powered (4 D-cell batteries, not included) Light sensor to prevent activation in daylight Make sure the sensor head faces the desired motion area within proper distance and angle The spotlight only turns on when it's motion detected in darkness The spotlight would not turn on if there his enough brightness. No Switch Button, No operation required. It will auto turn on once you insatll the battery and cover it. - The spotlight mounting base can rotate 360 degrees, the light head can swing back-forth 150 degree.The light head is detachable to be used as a portable light.

Ottymer Battery Motion Sensor Lights, 600 Lumens Wireless LED Se

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