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Old 03-07-2014, 09:40 PM   #21
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Looks really nice!
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Great news, it made it through the night in the fridge. Looks like we got a winner!

I'll update pics when I make it out to the trailer.
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So it works? Open the door and motion turns it on?
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I am going to throw in this one too. Coleman 2000006665 LED Cooler Light.

http://www.coleman.com/product/auto-...5#.Uxu6zz9dWSo

I have three of these and use them in my coolers and mini fridges. They are waterproof and can be submerged in water if needed. I would not go it for an extended period of time though. Amazon has them listed but I got mine in a Coleman store and club store last year for about 12-13 each. They work on motion and light sensors. You can remove them from the mounted bracket which is mounted by either double sided tape or screws.
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So it works? Open the door and motion turns it on?
A touch of a delay, when the door fully opens the light turns on. No big deal.

The thing that worries me is, since the trailer shakes when we walk around if it sets off the light it will be constantly on and kill the batteries, I guess we will see.

Worst case scenario I buy another model and this gets used in the house. Time will tell, but for now I have a fridge light!
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I am going to throw in this one too. Coleman 2000006665 LED Cooler Light.

http://www.coleman.com/product/auto-...5#.Uxu6zz9dWSo

I have three of these and use them in my coolers and mini fridges. They are waterproof and can be submerged in water if needed. I would not go it for an extended period of time though. Amazon has them listed but I got mine in a Coleman store and club store last year for about 12-13 each. They work on motion and light sensors. You can remove them from the mounted bracket which is mounted by either double sided tape or screws.
How bright is it?

I'm mine china no name brand falls through, this is definitely what I'm looking for.
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How bright is it?

I'm mine china no name brand falls through, this is definitely what I'm looking for.
Pretty bright. Bright enough to light up a cooler and have the lid glowing when closed. It lights my mini fridge very well. They will not work in the daylight or when ambient light is bright enough to effect the photo sensor. If you mounted it to the top of the fridge it would work though probably in all times of the day.

There is a switch for off/auto/full on. Stays on for about 10 seconds or as long as there is movement in front of it.
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