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Frys#9521052
Frys#9521052

MAXSA Battery-Powered LED Security Spotlight

Frys#: 9521052 Model: 42111
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A Bright Light in a Small Package!
An Automatic Light to:
  • Scare away criminals.
  • Reduce night time trip and falls.
  • Help you find your keys at the door.
  • Provide light when your hands are full with late night chores.


Detailed Description
(Manufacturer # 42111 )
Features
Small and compact, yet extremely powerful!
Light your way whenever you walk by. This modern looking light will be a great addition to any patio, deck, walkway or other outside area.

The sleek, low-profile Battery-Powered LED Security Spotlight automatically activates when it detects motion after dark.

Its small size means it can fit almost anywhere and since its battery-powered, it doesnt need any electricity! This light runs off 3 AA batteries (not included) and new batteries should last up to a year before they need to be replaced.

  • Customize protection and sensitivity - enabling the light to active earlier or later in the day and to stay on from 10 seconds to 1 minute. The light sensitivity can also be adjusted by simply turning the knobs.
  • Easy to install and operate.
  • Weatherproof! Works Year Round, In All Climates- Durable, adjustable housing lasts for years and years. Durable construction with sealed lens is totally weatherproof and has an IP44 weather rating.
Specifications
Type of Light: Spotlight
Weight: 1.00 LBS
Power Source: Batteries
Lumens: 100
Light Color: 6500-7000k (daylight)
Function: Motion-Activated
Power Storage: 3 AA Batteries (not included)
Appropriate for: Medium sized areas; larger decks, patios, small driveways, walkways, door areas, garage, mail or garbage areas
Quantity: 1
What's in the Box
  • Hanging
  • Magnets
  • Mounting bracket
Specifications
Brand MAXSA INNOVATIONS
Condition New
UPC 857170005256
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