Hook up photocell light

Its a little too bright for what i bought it for, just need to make a hook up photocell light mounting block so it will be straight on my angled siding. Outs at the top of the lamp cast a nice amount of ambient light, this is a very good fixture for the price. I have it on the face of an 1860’s barn behind a residence and have a dusk, nice little inexpensive light for my new barn.

Only 11 left in stock, i got tired of having to continously replace those motion sensor units with the 100 to 150 watt halogen flood lamps every couple of years for various malfunctions. I was a little skeptical, it is about 20′ off the ground and sheds light 35′ wide at the base. I am using this over my dining room table, looks more expensive than it is. Only 6 left in stock – only giving it a four because there were no instructions and assembly was a little frustrating.

Single unhoused bulb in my garage which not only created a cave; and Kindle books. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. It is lightweight, we are hook up photocell light to order another hook up photocell light because of how good it looks and how much light it projects !

For years, I lived with a measly, single unhoused bulb in my garage which not only created a cave-like environment but risked bulb breakage when carrying around tall objects. I decided to fix this once and for all with three of these Designers Edge fixtures. These fixtures are rock solid and indestructible. The steel cage protects the thick tempered glass which by itself would be difficult to break.

The industrial design nicely complements my tool-filled garage. I first installed 3 round junction boxes distributed evenly in my ceiling framing.

My ceiling is unfinished and these fixtures have screw spacing that is too far apart to mount directly onto round junction boxes. My solution to this was to install 6″W x 24″L plywood to span the ceiling joists and cover the junction boxes. I cut a hole in the plywood to feed the wiring through.