Our New Wall/step Light Fixture

Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by Frog Lights LLC, Nov 10, 2007.

  1. Frog Lights  LLC

    Frog Lights LLC LawnSite Member
    Posts: 191

    WE HAVE AVAILABLE A NEW LED WALL AND STEP LIGHT FIXTURE.
    BECAUSE ALL ITS SPECIAL FEATURES IT VERY DESIRABLE FOR HARDSCAPING.
    PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT THE ATTACHED PHOTOS.


    FROG LIGHTS, LLC

    “WALL EYE”
    WALL AND STEP LIGHTING SYSTEM


    MAIN FEATURES

    LED …………… NO MORE BURNED OUT BULBS.. 100,000 HOUR LIFE

    ECONOMICAL…PRICED SO YOU CAN MAKE MONEY

    LOW POWER .43 WATTS PER UNIT—12 VOLTS A.C.

    DURABLE CONSTUCTION….METAL WILL NOT ROT OR RUST

    WATER RESISTANT…. SEALED AND IDEAL FOR OUTDOOR USE

    SAFE… COLD TO THE TOUCH

    COLORS… BEAUTIFUL FOR HARDSCAPE INSTALLATIONS

    LONG WIRES…. NO NEED TO SPLICE

    EASY TO INSTALL…. POSITION UNDER THE CAP ON BLOCK WALLS OR STAIRS. CONNECT TO LOW VOLTAGE 12 VOLT A.C. TRANSFORMER.

    Available in four colors black green gray copper

    see photos attached

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  2. Top Dog Pavers

    Top Dog Pavers LawnSite Member
    Posts: 65

    Nice Lights...where can we purchase these lights....no link on your website
     
  3. cgland

    cgland LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,929

    They look very similar to the Integral Lights. Are they powder coated? Is the copper real or a copper color? Distributors?

    Chris
     
  4. mcclureandson

    mcclureandson LawnSite Member
    Posts: 242

    I just installed 16 at a jobsite ten days ago...10 went under wall caps - 6 went under column capstones. The install was very easy and customer liked the look very much. However - I don't consider the leads to be sufficient for most applications. I would like to see colors matched specifically for popular block manufacturer's products. It would also be nice to have some flexibility regarding spacing. Because of the wall design on this project I had to space about 24" further than your literature recommends (either that or space closer than recommended) and had some gaps in coverage. I don't have a reasonable solution to this...just my .02
     
  5. ZX12R

    ZX12R LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 787

    "Because of the wall design on this project I had to space about 24" further than your literature recommends (either that or space closer than recommended) and had some gaps in coverage. I don't have a reasonable solution to this...just my .02"


    You could have extended the pigtail off of the light.Just make sure they are the same length for uniform voltage. I think the stock length is 12',which for me,is too short.
     
  6. YardPro

    YardPro LawnSite Gold Member
    Posts: 3,563

    lol
    everybody is coming out with these now....

    we have been usind the hadco's and vista's
    \these styles work great with wall blocks.
     
  7. cgland

    cgland LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,929

    How about answering some of the questions or is this another Wright Frames moment?

    Chris
     
  8. DVS Hardscaper

    DVS Hardscaper LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 6,429

    I agree.

    They look identical to Integral.

    Integral was the 1st to create, so we'll stick with them.

    I have no need for copy cats.....
     
  9. cgland

    cgland LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,929

    To be honest, Integral looks to be better made. And unless you LED's are emmitting a softer light in the 3200K range they wouldn't go well w/ any other conventional halogen type lighting.

    Chris
     

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