Kasey Alvarez Outdoor September 04th, 2018 - 00:26:11
Gooseneck lights. Give you an idea on how they're put together and just kind of give me an idea of the product itself. This is one of our railroad shades. It's got a little bit crimped into it. You can also handle some sine lights. This one's already reassemble to a gooseneck itself. Give you an the way this product goes together.
This actually screws out to the bottom of the fixture. So when you buy the arm basically buy, this is a 24 inch. It looks like 24 inch arm machine and the the mount for the wall comes with it. So basically, you know be like that pointing back at your light, but these are both black right now. This one's got an LED in it. I sometimes suggest using an LED bomb instead of an LED option for these, just because this is a lot easier to be replaced than a board.
That's already per-existing in the fixture. You know everything is pretty easy to wire. You know this comes separately, you just fish the wire through the gooseneck itself and bring it out the other end real next product, all powder coat a hundred watt maximum, but you can use any wattage LED in it because they don't tend to overheat. But that gives you an idea of our economy, millennium line and its really nice products.