Lila Stuart Outdoor September 03rd, 2018 - 22:35:57
Outdoor lighting and I want to go over the different options you have in controlling your system. One option that we have done here is simply when we had this outlet put in. We also had a switch put in on the inside and therefore we have the ability to simply control the lights and turn them on when we need them.
Most of our customers prefer having something a little bit more automated one of the options that we have is our astronomical timer. This could plug inside the transformer, and we also have an outdoor version of this as well. Simply you choose the time you wanted to go off and program. The timer knows sunset every single night and you never have to touch it again. Very simple and easy.
There photocells, if you just want it dusk till dawn and then there are simple timers that may have a photocell and a built-in timer, where you pick sunset and then two four six or eight hours, so there are many options than just determining how much control you want Over your lighting system, my suggestion to everybody is keep it as simple as possible and automate it. So you don't have to deal with it. It's now time to sit back, wait for your lights to come on once that happens, then we can start tweaking and adjusting the lights to make sure you get that perfect.
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