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A friend put me on to these and they are great. I have purchase 3 of them from walmart and they are battery operated by 3 D cells. My friend purchase just one about six months ago for his front prouch to let his cat in and out during the night and the batteries are still going strong. The reason I am write this is I have 12 acres of land and wooded and they work great on trees and I also have some on trees coming up my long driveway. I did put industral strenght batteries in the ones I have.
 

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You must use them for notification only?! Don't look like they can actually illuminate any area...
 

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The GE ones pickup you on around 20 feet and they illuminate very well. They are more on the line of a spotlight.
 

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No I am not good at doing links. Just google GE wireless motion sensing led spotlight.
 

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A friend put me on to these and they are great. I have purchase 3 of them from walmart and they are battery operated by 3 D cells. My friend purchase just one about six months ago for his front prouch to let his cat in and out during the night and the batteries are still going strong. The reason I am write this is I have 12 acres of land and wooded and they work great on trees and I also have some on trees coming up my long driveway. I did put industral strenght batteries in the ones I have.
Can you set the sensitivity, so that small woodland creatures like rabbits, gray foxes, and such don't set them off?
I would like to put some around the property but I would not like them to go off on anything smaller than a coyote.
 
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