Our lights work with photocell dusk to dawn which means that they will automatically turn ON and OFF with the sense of natural light, plus they can be manually turned ON and OFF by using the switch/button that is integrated with the lights.
Yes, you can set up the light only for motion detection since our lights come with three lighting modes (full brightness, motion detection and timer).
With that being said, you can choose the motion detection option in the remote control and the light will stay ON with only 30% of brightness. If the light detects movement it will fully light up the entire area and then go back to 30% of brightness if it doesn't detect any other movement.
Yes, you can set up the lights with the remote control to stay ON during 2, 4 or 6 hours and then they will automatically turn OFF.
Since our lights work from dusk to dawn, with the timer set up they'll automatically turn ON from dusk as usual and after 2, 4 or 6 hours (according to your set up) they'll turn OFF automatically every day.
Our lights perform extremely well in cold weather. They only need 2 hours of sunlight to be able to fully charge, so if you live in a state with no or very little sun it doesn't matter since our lights can also get charged with daylight.
David Wilson is a 100% disabled USAF veteran and the President and senior instructor for Heiwashinkai Jujutsu.
He formed a nonprofit in 2019 to better facilitate his mission to teach Traditional Japanese Jujutsu to other disabled veterans, special needs kids and adults, and law enforcement officers.
The LeMoyne Crematory. The First Crematory In The United States.
The Lemoyne Crematory built in 1876 was the second permanent crematory in the world and the first crematory in the United States which is based in Washington, Pennsylvania.
It was fully restored in 2020 and we were extremely happy to contribute and light up a very unique historic place. The Lemoyne Crematory has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by The United States Department of the Interior.
Kampala, Uganda.Eddy's Village
When Eddy Kaliisa was 24 years old he started teaching kids at the side of the road to keep them out from the streets. At 29 years old he teaches to over 225 kids and also counts with more than eight teachers now.
Eddy's Village had zero illumination at night due to the lack of power in Uganda. His USA-based sponsors reached out to us looking for a way to light up the village and we happily contributed to keeping Eddy's Village lighted and safe.
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