30w Led Flood Light with Motion Sensor Built-in Motion Sensor Super Bright 3000lm Ac110v 5500k Ip65 Waterproof with US 3 Plug $18.76
- Brand: ZESOL
- Part Number: ZE-FL30W1856
- Item Weight: 1.4 pounds
- Package Dimensions: 9.1 x 6.4 x 2.3 inches
- Style: LED FLOOD LIGHT
- Shape: Bulb
- Material: Graphene aluminum, The graphene materials exhibit excellent heat conduction. It can greatly enhance the thermal conductivity effect., Waterproof,fireproof,prevent to get an electric shock., High quality material to make the light more durable,safer,more efficient
- Number of Lights: 10
- Voltage: 110 volts
- Fixture Features: Power:30W, Light Source Type:LED(Flood Light), Power Source Type:AC, Voltage:120.0 volts, Special Feature:IP65 Waterproof
- Light Direction: Adjustable
- Power Source: LED FLOOD LIGHT
- Batteries Included?: No
- Batteries Required?: No
- Type of Bulb: LED
- Luminous Flux: 3000 lm
- Wattage: 30 watts
Widely Use Perfect for entryways, walkways, Garden, sheds,Patios, garages. IP65 Waterproof for outdoor and indoor flood light,Ready for All Weather. PATENT led motion Sensor lights - No more darkness at night. ZESOL Rader sensor flood light, When any action in sensor area, the light is all...
These LED lights complete my home's transition to low energy, which is an awesome change. However, despite what I thought the description implied and the only picture they displayed, I sadly presumed that these lights would be more broad in coverage. That being said, these lights are very directional compared to my former halogen GU10s. I have a light strip with 4 GU10 sockets above my vanity mirror as the only light source in the bathroom. The halogen bulbs used to fill the room with light, whereas these bulbs are more of a spotlight.My wife got home and was complaining about why the bathroom looked different. I played dumb and said, "what's different?" She said, "I don't know. It just looks gloomy in here. Are the lights different?!"That being said, these lights will work and we will adjust. But they weren't what we expected.
This is the first LED bulb that I love. Here is why: The 2700K color is very calm and works well in a living room. There is no green tint. The bulb dims really well without flickering (only tested mechanical dimmer so far) and the color change down to 2200K makes it behave like an old traditional bulb. The bulb emits light in all directions including down which makes it useful in standard lamps. This should be compared against many LEDs that concentrate the light up and out but not down. The bulb feels strong and solid and it is very smooth screwing into the lamp fixture, even old fixtures. And the fact that it only draws 6W and doesn't get hot makes me enjoy my kit lamps more. Perfect!
This review and the detailed information within are aimed at homeowners looking for an energy efficient bulb to be used with Insteon dimmers. With that said, everything here also applies when used in other fixtures, but you will find most of the information is overkill. Please consider this when determining how helpful this review is.For the Insteon user that likes to utilize scenes, lights' ramping up/down, etc. this is the best LED R20 flood I've found. I've tried dimmable CFL's with overall poor results. I've also tried other brands of dimmable LED's that have distinct brightness "steps" throughout the range when dimming (up and down). Because of these issues, I've continued to use energy saving Halogens in fixtures controlled by Insteon. I've now changed my 4" recessed ceiling fixtures over to the Philips LED R20 flood bulb, with great results because of the much improved dimming.The ramp down is smooth with a gradual decline (no steps) throughout the range down to 10%. At 9% it turns off and takes 3.0 seconds to go completely dark. I suspect a capacitor is discharging for this final ramp down. The entire range of dimming looks natural and smooth at a ramp rate as slow as 30 seconds, longer than that and the final 10% goes dark noticeably quicker than the previous 90%.For the ramp up, it turns on at 10% and comes to that level in less than 0.5 seconds. This quick on is hardly noticeable at ramp rates of 2 seconds or quicker. At slower rates, the initial on to 10% is noticeably quicker than the rate for the remaining 90% up to full brightness.So in conclusion these bulbs function and look similar to incandescent/halogens in home fixtures controlled by Insteon as long as: 1) your up and down ramp rates are within the parameters described above; and 2) you don't need the bulb to hold at a dimmed state lower than 10%. Note: at 10% - this bulb maintains its 2700K color whereas an incandescent bulb goes orange, and the light output is approximately equivalent to a 15% setting for a Philips Halogena 40 watt R20 halogen bulb.I'm very happy with these considering the energy savings and subsequent reduction of heat output. I highly recommend them for normal applications, and especially for the more discriminating Insteon applications.
I read most reviews before buying. The poorer reviews stated mostly the same complaint. The lights not working correctly or on a routine, dependable basis. This review should help you. I ordered several of these bulbs vice replace the outside light mechanisms. When I place the bulbs in outside light containers that were unobstructed from light conditions and ensured the light sensor faced outward (not facing the wall) allowing the sensor to react to lighting conditions they worked great. Every morning off, every early evening on. Not one failure after the initial turn-on. When using the bulbs in areas where the sensor was obstructed or partially obstructed from sensing the light conditions their standard was diminished. When I used them in a porch roof and in containers that are canisters like floodlight canisters the sensor was not well exposed to outside light conditions and didn't turn on or off consistently. Lesson learned: Consider where you are going to install these bulbs. The ones I have installed that the sensor is fully exposed have worked like a champ for months. I couldn't be happier! Plus the bulbs save $30-$$$$ over replacing the entire light with a dusk to dawn.
I've purchased a lot of GU10 LED's over the past few years. Many of the China Made cheap ones, which either fail or have odd color. The Philips is by far the best equivalent to a true Halogen in terms of output and color temperature. The price is higher of course but you get what you pay for in terms of the higher quality. Indeed the price has also dropped now to the point where in my opinion there is no sense in considering the cheap ones floating around the site. The premium is now much easier to swallow.