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Sunforce 82156 60 LED Solar Motion Light

Sunforce 82156 60 LED Solar Motion Light

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Sunforce 82156 60 LED Solar Motion Light

Sunforce 82156 60 LED Solar Motion Light
  • Made with ABS plastic and aluminum for added durability
  • Solar panel is amorphous (1W, 6V) and can be mounted almost anywhere
  • Lumen output: 850
  • No main power or wiring required
  • Working Time: 30 minutes, 72 times, one time lighting 25 seconds
Use the power of the sun to light dark areas and add extra security with the Sunforce 60 LED Solar Motion Security Light. This light automatically turns on when motion is detected, making it the perfect solar security solution. This security light comes equipped with 60 super-bright LEDs in a durable ABS plastic and aluminum housing. The 1-watt, 6-volt amorphous solar panel charges 1 x AA 5-Pack Ni-MH 6V 900mAh of rechargeable batteries, ensuring reliable lighting power for whenever, wherever you need it. Provide lighting and security to your garage, pathway, shed or remote cottage anywhere, anytime. Use the power of the sun to light dark areas and add extra security with the Sunforce 60 LED Solar Motion Security Light. This light automati

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  1. 478 of 492 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Finnicky – worth it in the end, July 27, 2012
    Sean Guenther (Clayton, NC) –

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    Nice, bright light – better than expected.
    Adjustable settings for: 1. what constitutes dusk when the light begins to motion sense; 2. how sensitive the IR detector is to movement, and; 3. how long the light remains on.
    Selectable modes for auto, on, or off.
    IR sensor is adjustable up / down and left / right, separate from light.
    Power cord from solar cell is very long and gives you more flexibility on installation locations.

    Mounting hardware (not the units themselves) is not galvanized or otherwise weather resistant (e.g. stainless). I used a silicon based caulk to cover screw heads and seams.
    Light is only adjustable up / down so getting the light to face where you want may involve mounting additional hardware.
    Adjustable settings have considerable hysteresis. (I was up and down a ladder many times)
    I bought three of these; two of them took considerable time (15+ minutes) to start turning off in Auto mode, even with the sensitivity and time adjustments minimized. The third worked as soon as the switch was turned. All three had been given the same amount of time to charge beforehand (5 days).

    I took one star for setup because I had almost given up on two of the three purchased. The adjustment settings were initially unresponsive and the lights just stayed on in Auto mode. When they finally turned off, everything started working as indicated. The adjustment knobs are not linear, so I recommend getting a second person to perform a walking test so that the first can stay on the ladder to tweak the settings. Also recommend using some sealant on the mounting hardware to keep it from rusting. I kept picturing two years from now: we’re inside and something hits the side of our house and it looks like someone is shining a flashlight in the window as one of these lights breaks away and dangles from the power cord because of cheap hardware.

    Once we were able to move beyond the setup and enjoy them, these lights redeemed some stars for how bright they are and the fact that they’re solar with motion detection. I truly didn’t expect the intensity to be this good and to last for so long. I’m sure this will vary with the availability of optimal charging sunlight, but the performance, brightness, function, and price are well worth it so far.

    FYI – the solar cell mounts to a ball-joint bracket on one of the long sides. The quickest comparison that comes to mind is the rearview mirror in a car. Except the range of movement is better on the solar cell. 360 degrees of rotation, and 180 degrees of tilt. Combine this with the length of power cord supplied and you have greater latitude on where you can install everything.

    Very happy with this purchase and would definitely recommend it to others. Feel free to respond with any questions or feedback. I’ll try to remember to post a follow up in 6 months and see how they’re holding up.


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  2. 359 of 376 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Waterproofing Your Sunforce 82156 LED Motion Light, September 27, 2013

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    After reading many of the customer reviews posed in this forum, it is clear that many of these «made in China» devices suffer an early demise after only a few weeks. Here is a preventative measure to try before installing your Sunforce solar light.

    I have concluded – based upon the negative reviews herein and my own personal inspection of the Sunforce device – that the failures are most likely due to water intrusion. Even if the lamp is installed in a dry location (such as a shed) the solar panel will still be exposed to the weather. Here is how to make your device a bit more robust with a tube of black RTV sealant and some electrical tape.

    This procedure will likely void the warranty but in my mind it is well worth it. Warranties are nice when honored but the time spent un-installing, packaging, returning, and re-installing a failed $35 product is still an inconvenience. If you will be up and down a ladder, spending more time re-testing and re-adjusting the motion sensor, that inconvenience quickly becomes a major headache. Your time is valuable. Will the replacement unit work any better or fail the same way? Also, bear in mind other reviewers have stated less-than-satisfactory results in obtaining warranty service from the manufacturer. Another hassle and wasted time you don’t need. So an ounce of prevention may be worth a pound of cure, even if it means voiding the warranty.

    Before beginning the waterproofing procedure, you will want to ensure you did not receive a defective unit out of the box. If you did receive a defective unit, return it within the 30 day window. Once the waterproofing modifications are made the unit cannot be returned.

    First verify the solar panel is working by measuring the voltage at the connector with a voltmeter. It should vary with the intensity of the ambient lighting. I recorded 4 to 9 volts indoors depending if the room lighting was off or on (with sunlight entering the windows). If you do not have a voltmeter, place the connector on your tongue. You should feel a slight tingle similar to that of a 9 volt battery.

    Now verify the lamp is working by placing the switch in the «auto» position. The batteries in my unit were already charged. The lamp should snap on when motion is detected. Be sure all LEDs illuminate and be sure the lamp extinguishes after the «time out» delay. If the lamp does not light, double check the lux setting and adjust if needed. Note: As another reviewer pointed out, the owner’s manual appears to have a misprint regarding the max/min settings of this dial.

    Upon examination of the solar panel, you will notice that it is a glass plate sandwiched between a two-piece plastic frame which is held together by 8 screws. Yet, there are nine screw holes. I’m guessing a design error left an empty screw hole at the top center of the frame. This is a point for water entry. It is not possible to simply add a screw here as there is not a threaded hole to accept the screw on the opposite side. Due to this omitted screw, the two halves of the plastic frame do not fasten together tightly at the top of the panel. The result is water can seep down onto the glass plate containing the solar cells. A failed solar panel will not recharge the battery and the lamp will cease working once the batteries are depleted.

    Here’s what you need to do. Carefully remove the 8 screws and separate the frame. Take care that the glass plate does not fall out. Next, remove the glass plate from the frame. You will see two wires attached to the glass plate – one for `+’ and one for `-`. Use black RTV sealant to make two gaskets around the plastic frame (use the side of the frame containing the threaded holes). The first gasket is around the inside where the glass plate sits. The second gasket is around the outside which mates with the other half of the frame. I used a gloved finger to smear the sealant around (thinly) to form the gaskets. When you’re done, add a spot of sealant to both electrical contacts where they attach to the glass plate (there may be some here already). Do not put sealant in the cord holes at the bottom of the frame; allow them to function as weep holes just in case water does get inside. Reassemble the frame, tighten the 8 screws and wipe off any excess sealant. Finally fill that 9th screw hole with a dab of sealant.

    The lamp does have a rubber gasket around the lens. However, on the unit I received, it was not a tight seal. A noticeable gap was visible on the top allowing water penetration. Unscrew the single screw at the top which clamps the lens against the gasket. Unhinge things a bit and add a little RTV sealant (about a 1″ bead in length) below the screw hole. Beware of a black rubber washer which may fall off the screw…

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  3. 170 of 183 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Bright solar powered motion light where needed, December 30, 2011

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    This light is very easy to set up and seems sturdy. The light housing itself is metal instead of plastic which I prefer. I replaced included rechargeable batteries with higher rated AA mHA ones. I charged the light inside for a couple of days and mounted to the outside deck. The motion sensor is sensitive and accurate. The light is small but illuminates better than expected. It lights approximately 200-300 square foot area very well. I don’t know how it will handle in the long run. Our Wyoming winters can reek havoc on outdoor products, but the product is performing very well right now. Light includes customizable control settings for motion radius, light sensitivity and illumination duration. The only con would be that the mounting bracket only allows the light to pivot up and down and not side to side, so this does limit mounting options….the only reason I’m giving it 4 stars instead of 5.


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