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[Princess Auto] 4 ft Garage Series LED Shop Light $38.85

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Costco has an Innova 5200LM/5000K/50W 48" LED shop light with motion sensor, etc. for $50. I'm going to wait until the Save On Energy promo starts and likely pick at least one up. Considering it's super bright and a pure white, I haven't seen anything else that's a close comparison yet.
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Krime1k wrote:
Oct 2nd, 2018 12:00 pm
Costco has an Innova 5200LM/5000K/50W 48" LED shop light with motion sensor, etc. for $50. I'm going to wait until the Save On Energy promo starts and likely pick at least one up. Considering it's super bright and a pure white, I haven't seen anything else that's a close comparison yet.
Picked this up last week as i had my eye on it for a while now, have to say extremely impressed it is everything i need and more. Originally was going to put a switch and receptacle in for this to turn on and off from a convenient location, but decided to just go with a normal receptacle to plug this and my 6 foot power bar for my bench. I was going to use the pull chain for turning on and off, but when i tried the sensor mode it worked pretty nice. I have a big window at the back of the garage and the sensor does not trigger through the glass itself so all good there. No discount on the LED light, but i think it is a great purchase for my needs.

Highly recommend, 5200 lumens (LED 50 Watts) i believe is equivalent to about 300 watts incandescent....bright enough for my needs.
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In my garage I just have 4 standard lightbulb sockets that i’d Love to replace
Can these be hardwired in or are they only plug in?
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ikeandtike wrote:
Oct 22nd, 2018 8:01 pm
In my garage I just have 4 standard lightbulb sockets that i’d Love to replace
Can these be hardwired in or are they only plug in?
They are meant for plug in only. The case cannot be opened, so you can't use the correct wire for hardwired.
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repatch wrote:
Oct 22nd, 2018 8:35 pm
They are meant for plug in only. The case cannot be opened, so you can't use the correct wire for hardwired.
Socket adapter for 3-prong plug?
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Diploneis wrote:
Oct 22nd, 2018 8:37 pm
Socket adapter for 3-prong plug?
Doesn't really exist because a socket doesn't have a ground.

In my case I removed the socket and installed a receptacle with the appropriate plate. That's a safe option.
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repatch wrote:
Oct 22nd, 2018 8:43 pm
Doesn't really exist because a socket doesn't have a ground.

In my case I removed the socket and installed a receptacle with the appropriate plate. That's a safe option.
Good call. Brain on brief hiatus (I hope).
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purchased and installed 4 of 5200 Costco lights.
One thing tho, I had to purchase 8 and return 4 because alot of them had different buzzing sounds. I chose the most silent ones.
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wkqkqkfk wrote:
Oct 23rd, 2018 3:46 pm
alot of them had different buzzing sounds.
Just picked up one from Costco as well that was buzzing, branded under the name 'Innova'. Looks like there's a bunch of these models using the same PES120LED-7 board. They advertise at 4200lm, so not sure if they really are pumping out 5000.
Back it goes.

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