lamps. Thursday , September 14th , 2017 - 07:50:21 AM
You need to make your post lamp a "smart post lamp." Find the wall switch that controls the post lamp. Replace it with smart switch module. You can still turn it on and off by pushing the switch. But now you can also send a remote command to control the switch. You need a "controller" module that will send your command to your smart switch. If you already have a home wireless network and Internet service, find a wall outlet near your router. Connect the router to the controller using an Ethernet cable. Plug the controller module into the wall outlet and you're ready to go.
Now that you have chosen the lamp you want, it is VERY important that you measure out the size of the lamp in conjunction with the space it will be hung in, to ensure that it will fit where you have envisioned it. Check the specifications carefully, make sure that you have measured everything correctly before you try to hang your lamp! You also have to be realistic about where you place your lamp to ensure that it is not in the way or obscuring an entrance, aisle or any other commonly used areas in the room. Moreover, when you are in the process of hanging, be sure that the lamp is not too close or too far from the table.
For a 12 x 14 foot shed two four foot fluorescent lights illuminate the space very well. Mount a four foot fluorescent light fixture to the underside of the overhead storage to light up the space.
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