â COMPLETELY ADJUSTABLE – The HyperikonÂ® Flood Light features an adjustable mounting handle and an adjustable motion detector that allows you to customize sensitivity, time and lux!
â SUPER BRIGHT – Bring your outdoor space the best lighting available with this LED Outdoor Flood Light. Make this your go-to solution commercial or residential flood light!
â 45,000 HOUR LIFETIME – Lifetime of more than 45,000+ hours and backed by a trusted warranty. HyperikonÂ® Motion Sensor Flood Light is ideal for overnight security, entrance, and overhead door lighting applications.
â FULLY WEATHERPROOF – IP65 Waterproof and Dustproof rating make this LED Flood Light the perfect option for worry-free outdoor lighting. The commercial-grade housing features a lens made of high quality-shatter resistant epoxy designed to withstand heat and impact!
â 5 YEAR WARRANTY – Hyperikon’s 5-year unlimited warranty means we’ve got you covered! Contact us for an easy and fast replacement.
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Color:Flood Light – Motion Sensor
Hyperikonâs LED Flood Light with Infrared provides high performance, long life and energy savings in a simple, no-frills conventional looking fixture. This Flood Light fixture brings the latest solid-state LED technology to the market with the use of our own patent pending Helios technology, which provides a true lighting experiencing in appearance and ambiance. Our LED Flood Lights provide you with cheaper and healthier lighting compared to your conventional fluorescent light
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Color:Flood Light – Motion Sensor
|Item Weight||11.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.4 x 3.1 x 14.2 inches|
|Item model number||DT-45981|
|Area Lighting Classification||IP65|
|Assembled Height||14.2 inches|
|Assembled Length||11.4 inches|
|Assembled Width||3.1 inches|
|Color||Flood Light – Motion Sensor|
|Maximum Compatible Wattage||600 watts|
|Specific Uses||Outdoor use only|
|Fixture Features||2-way switching, Passive Infrared Sensor, Shatter resistant, Shock and vibration resistant, IP65 – Waterproof and Dustproof, 5 Year Warranty|
|Switch Installation Type||Wall Mount|
Type of Bulb
|Luminous Flux||15000 lm|
371 customer reviews
4.8 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank||
#90,309 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
|Shipping Weight||11.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Date First Available||July 26, 2017|
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March 21, 2017
First, I’ll say that I am a professional electrician, and I have purchased and installed at least a dozen different types of LED flood light
This light has an unconventional design. It is totally flat on the back, without any heat sinks protruding. I was a little concerned about it at first, because the heat sinks help direct heat out of the fixture and into the air around it. But after weeks of nightly use, this thing is running nice and cool. I have no concerns about heat building up inside fixture
Another thing that’s unconventional is the mounting bracket. With most of these types of flood lights, the bracket has to be removed from the fixture in order to mount it. Then the fixture has to be reattached to the bracket on the wall. But this one is designed for mounting without removing the bracket. That makes for a much easier installation.
Then, somebody finally got the hint about wire length. I’ve seen hundreds of reviews complaining about the short wires coming out of these types of fixtures. I’ve even complained about it. Can you just charge us an extra $0.25 and give us two extra feet of wire?
Well, Hyperikon listened. There’s about 4 feet of wire coming out of this fixture, long enough to reach a junction box and have plenty to work with.
As for brightness, let the pictures speak for themselves. I have it mounted on the corner of my deck in front of my house.
My vehicles are parked right in front of the deck, and they are both lit up phenomenally. I have it pointed straight down, and it lights up all the way across the street – but not so bright as to be obnoxious to the neighbors.
The other two pictures are my neighbor’s front yard. You can see that there’s a street light on the corner, and this fixture casts light better and farther than the street light.
so it’s been about eight months since I installed the light, just thought I would add an update that the light is still functioning the same as the day I installed it.
When I installed it I put a male plug on the end of the cord, and simply plug it in and unplug it. But many times I leave for the day and forget to unplug it. I gave up on unplugging it about 6 weeks ago, so it has been operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week for that period of time.
I believe I have about 3000 hours on this light up to this point with no issues whatsoever
The first order of business was checking the ground and wiring up the light. I verified that the Hyperikon ground wire was actually connected to the case. The yellow ground wire on the cheaper light was hanging in the air inside the case, unconnected. Although the brown-blue-yellow/green of the Hyperikon light is different from the black-white-green US standard, the cord had a tag near the wires that listed what each should be connected to..
I tested the Hyperikon light first. There was about a 1-second delay in the power conditioning before both light came on. This was not a problem for me, but other reviewers have indicated that it was for them. The light was definitely bright enough for my intended security application with multiple lights around outside of the house. The “almost daylight” 5000K color temperature is optimum for a security application, but might not appeal as much as a warmer color for normal accent lighting. When I first turned on the light, the power usage read 28.4 W, decreasing to about 28.1 as it warmed up, The decrease in power with temperature is good because it does not indicate a tendency for thermal runaway. The ambient temperature during testing was 76 F and the maximum case temperature rose to about 117 F, or about 40 F over ambient, which is reasonable, warming up over about a half hour. The maximum temperature was directly behind the LEDs, so they are probably heat-sunk directly to the case there. Most of the case was abut 10 F cooler.
The less expensive light only drew about 21 watts, calling into question any claims related to light output. It was noticeably less bright than the Hyperikon light.
My assessment is that the advantages of the Hyperikon floodlight make it a real bargain, and well worth the $9 extra compared to the least expensive comparable light that I found on Amazon.
My only issue with the fixture is that it’s classified and UL Listed as a ‘Wet Location’ fixture yet there are a few problematic areas of concern. The fixture doesn’t allow water in; it is raintight in that regards. The issue is with the way the glass cover was cut to accept the screws which hold it in place. Instead of having holes drilled through the glass lens whereby a rubber washer of the machine screw could seal off the hole, there are semi-circular cutouts for the passage of the bolt. These cutouts collect sitting water on the top of the fixture during rain storms. Although the water never enters the fixture, it is just sitting there around those screws……rust the screws in half over time. Only complaint.