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The Bionic Spotlight is a solar-powered security light that's meant to be hung outside the home, either near an entrance or a secondary building (like a shed) or in a yard or garden. This light, with its black outer shell and attached solar panel, contains a smart motion detector that's stated to be able to detect motion from up to 25 feet away. Once it detects any sort of motion, it's been designed to turn on eight high-intensity LED lights in order to illuminate a surface area of more than 600 square feet.
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To mount one of these lights, you'll need to choose a location that gets a fair amount of sun, and one that you can add screws to. A wooden post, wall or fence may make an ideal location. Depending on the type of wood you'll be screwing your solar-powered light into, you may need to drill holes first. Regardless, you'll need to add a total of three screws to the ready-made holes in your light's base. Be sure to mount it at a fairly high height, so it can bathe as much of your property in its light as possible.
Next, tip up your light's attached solar panel so that it's resting at an angle at which it can catch the sun's rays, instead of sitting flat. Tipping it at an angle of around 45 degrees may work best for most lights. Once you've adjusted the panel to your liking (you can always move it later if it's not suitable), twist the knob on the right-hand side away from you to fully turn the device on.
Your Bionic Spotlight will take about a day to soak up the sun's energy and give itself enough power to work all night if the need arises. You won't need to take any action while your light is charging.
Once your light has charged for a day, it'll be ready to detect motion and turn on at any time of the night. You can rest easy, knowing that you'll be alerted to the presence of any potential intruders and that if you do have to leave your house, you won't have to do so in the dark.
Aside from the light that it gives off, each Bionic Spotlight is black, which will give it a discreet appearance in the dark. A potential intruder may not even see it there and might be shocked when it turns on, clearly showing them in bright light. Each light looks much like a professional security camera, too, which may also scare potential intruders of the human variety.
There are eight LED lights that operate at a high intensity built into each one of these spotlights. When they turn on, they'll be so bright that you won't possibly be able to miss them, and due to the fact that they're LED lights, they may last for hundreds of thousands of hours. Even if one burns out after a long period of time, you' and anyone else who approaches your spotlight will still be able to see the brilliant presence of the others.
You'll be able to keep your Bionic Spotlight outdoors throughout all the seasons, in all kinds of weather, due to its durability and its resistance to weather damage. You won't have to worry about undoing screws to take it down and bring it inside during blizzards, hailstorms and the like.
After the motion this spotlight has detected has ceased, the LED lights will turn off after a quick 30 seconds. This will help your light conserve its solar power, so it won't end up burning out partway through the night and leaving your home and family at risk. The automatic shut-off function will also help ensure that after the light has had a reason to turn on, it won't keep you up all night.
If you hang a Bionic Spotlight near any of your home's entrances, it'll automatically make entering your home in that direction a much safer thing to do. Without a light like this, you might trip on or bump into a random object and hurt yourself, but this kind of light will enable you to clearly see any obstacles in your path. If you pull up close to your garage, this type of spotlight will even detect the motion of your vehicle and turn itself on to light your way before you get out.
This spotlight will also make your yard or garden a safer place to be in at night, especially for kids who are playing or adults who are doing some extra physical work. You may want to install one near the door of your shed so you can safely enter it while getting a clear look at everything inside, too.
The Bionic Spotlight will not only detect motion from humans or vehicles, but it'll also detect motion from animals. Therefore, if the pesky neighbor's dog or a marauding raccoon decides to scavenge through your garbage cans, you'll be visually alerted almost instantly. Furthermore, if you live in a rural area, you may be happy to know that this light will detect motion from dangerous animals (such as bears) who might be hanging out near your house.
The alerts that this spotlight will provide are visual only. Unlike some other security devices, this light will never make noises that could disturb you or your neighbors.
Some outdoor lighting can be installed without tools, but to install a Bionic Spotlight, you'll need at least a hand-held or electric screwdriver, and may also need a drill. If you have little to no experience with tools, you could find the process of installing this type of light difficult and may have to ask for help. On a related note, the fact that each spotlight needs to be screwed onto its location will interfere with its portability, since you'll need to undo its screws if you want to move it.
This light runs by the power of the sun, so using it every night won't cause your regular electricity bills to rise, as they would if you were to use a traditionally powered security light. You also won't need to keep obtaining replacement sets of batteries, as you'd have to with a battery-operated outdoor light. Charging your Bionic Spotlight in the daytime is virtually free since the sun would be giving off the same energy anyway, regardless of the light's presence.
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