Shop for Electrical . The Philips Energy Saver 14-Watt Dawn-to-Dusk Fluorescent Post Light has a built-in sensor that detects daylight and turns the bulb on in the evening and off in the mornings. This light can be used to replace your home or business's current 60-watt post light or for outdoor security lighting applications.
Product Title: Philips 14-Watt (60-Watt) Energy Saver Compact Fluorescent Dusk-To- Dawn Post Light Bulb 405852
Power Score: 3.9 | 56 Reviews
Local Availability: yes
Product Reviews (11)
they do not work
they do not work as advertised. Do not dim and remain on despite daytime light.
By Bruce on Home Depot - Jun 11, 2013
so far I'ampleased with the product
I purchased the prpduct as security lighting for my garage doods and front of the house they work great
By DANNY on Home Depot - May 28, 2013
CFL Dusk to Dawn Light Bulbs
These were just what I was looking for - a bulb that will fit an enclosed outdoor light fixture that will allow the lights to come on at dusk and off at dawn so I can turn the lights on and know they won't be on all day so everyone knows you're gone, but will be on at night when I come hope or when I'm away. So far, so good. Ordered on line and picked up in store.
By DLML on Home Depot - May 28, 2013
Pleased with Dusk to Dawn Light Bulbs
I am very pleased with the light bulbs I purchased. Home Depot was one of two places I found online where you could purchase the light bulb that came with a built-in light sensor. Home Depot had the best price. I am using three on the outside of my garage. They all work like a charm.
By mchl on Home Depot - May 21, 2013
Dusk to dawn light bulbs
Really like these units. Wanted dusk to dawn lights for outside front porch and back door. Tried several screw-in units but they were all unsatisfactory performers.These units are compact and easy to install. Fits within current frosted chimneys. Just screw in and adjust swivel base for photocell. Come on a little early and stay on a little long; nevertheless, I accept this.
By Bill on Home Depot - May 8, 2013