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by Tito Melega last modified Mar 04, 2013 01:11 PM
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OUTDOOR LIGHT FIXTURES

Posted by Tito Melega at October 11. 2005

Hello group,

I'm looking for some moder outdoor light fixtures for my front/entry area plus some for the sides of our house.

I'm very mindful of light pollution so i would love to find something that has a very localised light focus or is very well shielded.

I'd also appreciatte any leads on outdoor motion sensor security lights including solar powered.

Thanks you.

Re: OUTDOOR LIGHT FIXTURES

Posted by steven marcus at October 12. 2005

Here are a few links that i liked from a project i just finished...

Beautiful but expensive:

http://www.hunza.co.nz/

Surprisingly inexpensive Stainless Steel fixtures of not too terrible quality. I purchased a number of the well lights:

http://www.illuminatorwholesaler.com/welllights.html

This site has some nice stuff. i purchased a number of these copper path lights:

http://www.louielighting.com/itemdesc.asp?ic=CUL3eq=Tp=

of course you can always look at any lighting site. i've been happy with these guys:

http://www.lampsplus.com/Products/Outdoor-Lighting/Style_Contemporary/

Re: OUTDOOR LIGHT FIXTURES

Posted by kimba rizzo at October 14. 2005

i have actually seen some very affordable lights at Lowe's, they are modern and have a couple of styles that might work.

Re: OUTDOOR LIGHT FIXTURES

Posted by kimba rizzo at October 14. 2005

i have actually seen some very affordable lights at Lowe's, they are modern and have a couple of styles that might work.

Re: OUTDOOR LIGHT FIXTURES

Posted by Jeff Jasper at June 23. 2006

I have not had ANY luck finding any modern looking motion sensor lights for my driveway, anyone else had better luck?

Re: OUTDOOR LIGHT FIXTURES

Posted by A. M. Notte at June 30. 2006

Try www.ylighting.com. They have a decent selection of indoor and outdoor. Don't know about ones with motion sensors. Take a look.

Re: OUTDOOR LIGHT FIXTURES

Posted by flyleft at July 13. 2006

I could use a more aesthetically pleasing/less penitentiary-style motion sensor light on the front of our house too...anyone?

Re: OUTDOOR LIGHT FIXTURES

Posted by Jennifer Tipton at July 13. 2006

Our electrician told us that he could wire in a motion sensor to the deck lights we purchased:
http://www.wiedamark.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPRODProdID=2287

So, can't you simply buy the lights you want and add a sensor to them? (I'm completely clueless about this process. I'm just going by what I've been told.)

Re: OUTDOOR LIGHT FIXTURES

Posted by Chuck Bail at May 25. 2007

If your crafty you could buy them as two different items.  Buy the motion sensor, and hide it somewhere where it will allow the i-red sensor to work, but is more hidden.  You then could remotely wire up whatever fixture you wanted to use.

Lithonia Lighting - MS240 (mount this hidden)

or just put up an Lithonia - MSQ240 FK 2/100Q LPI

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