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How To Adjust Outdoor Flood Light Settings
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How to Adjust Outdoor Flood Light Motion Detector Settings – The bottom of the motion detector head is where the settings need to be adjusted for optimal performance of your outdoor lighting fixture.
Adjusting Flood Lights for the Best Performance
It is on for about 10 minutes and off for about 20-30 minutes. What can be causing this problem?
Thanks for your Lighting Question Sarah.
Background: Sarah, a Homeowner from Ann Arbor, MI.
How to Adjust Outdoor Flood Light Motion Detector Settings
Sarah, the settings on your motion detector head may be set in the TEST position.
To solve this problem set the switch to on of the number or time delay settings.
The Following Describes Security Light and Motion Detector Flood Light Settings
Motion Detector Settings
The bottom of the motion detector head is where the settings need to be adjusted for optimal performance of your outdoor lighting fixture.
The Flood Light ON-TIME Switch Settings:
- 1 Minute
- 5 Minutes
- 20 Minutes
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