All our dusk to dawns are certified for quality by third parties, like UL, ETL, and DLC. Not many online retailers carry these certifications. Why? Because their products haven’t been properly tested. Which is a big reason why fixtures end up failing and costing you time and money you don’t have. Since our luminaires have passed all quality tests, they’re certain to work for the 50,000 hours they’re promised to, without any hiccups. Even so, because we stand by our products, we still offer a 5-year warranty, in the rare event something does happen. Least we could do, right?
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A dawn to dawn light carries a small photocell that automatically turns on when ambient light levels are low and off when light levels are high. For this reason, you want to make sure that your dawn to dawn is not exposed to any other lights, or else it may turn off, thinking it’s daytime when it’s actually night. Dusk to dawn lights are typically found in barns, driveways, sheds, yards, and garages.
We don’t recommend rewiring the fixture, but we do recommend using a shorting cap in place of the photocell. The shorting cap will complete the circuit, and the fixture will operate as long as there is power provided.
Our dusk to dawns will fit on pipes between 1-5/8” (1.625”) and 1-3/4” (1.75”). They're also able to be mounted directly to a wall, if desired. If you'd like to keep the fixture off the wall or mounted to a round pole and no arm exists, check out our arm accessory.