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He was in the market for a night light with a photocell for the back corner of his house when he learned about the LED light.
“I was rather skeptical that it would put out the advertised lumens,” he said. “But, after the first couple of seconds of use, it was obvious this is a superior product.”
The LED dusk-to-dawn offered by e-conolight features 3,550 delivered lumens at only 36W over 70,000 hours of virtually maintenance-free use. It is constructed of die-cast aluminum with a polyester powder coat grey finish to provide extra protection against corrosion.
Watts said he noticed those details as soon as he opened the box.
“Upon opening and examining the light, it was obvious at first glance this was a quality, well-made item,” he added. “Even the mounting bracket and hardware were impressive.”
A twist-lock photocell is included, and Watts noted that was a primary selling feature of the fixture.
“The photocell works exactly as I would prefer it to,” he continued. “(The light) doesn’t come on too soon, and it goes off at very first light.”
The LED dusk-to-dawn offered by e-conolight retails for $109.90.
The entrance to a Union, SC, church is brighter and safer now that an LED dusk-to-dawn light fixture has been installed.
Church member and electrician Dennis Shetley chose the light and performed the installation.
“(The light) was very easy to mount and wire up,” he wrote on the e-conolight website.
Offered by e-conolight, the LED dusk-to-dawn security kit has a durable, die-cast aluminum housing and a polyester powder coat in a grey finish for extra corrosion protection. A twist-lock photocell and mounting arm are included so once the light is wired and mounted at the perfect height, it will turn on and off automatically.
Shetley said the dusk-to-dawn lighting fixture is being used in a high-traffic area of his church that was dim and unsafe.
“Now the area is very bright and safe,” he added. “(I) mounted it about 18-feet high from the ground … I would buy this product again if I need to. (It was) worth every penny.”