Angled bracket for Floodlight

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Thanks for that.
I have been searching & surprised that I cant find a bracket that will do what I want.
 
So there's not enough adjustment in the bracket built into the light?

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And why do you want a PIR controlled light shining into the middle of the garden? What's it for?
 
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The garage is at the side of the property, I want the light on the garden not behind the garage.
I want to see the dog, greenhouse, shed, rotary washing line.
The dog trips other light are in the front garden.
I was only going for that pir as it had a facility to stay on, ie for late bbq's
 
BAS... I want to pan, not tilt
Ah - gotcha.

Get a hanging basket bracket made of flat section bar, drill the top member to take the light. You could add a hanging basket as well, improve the appearance.


The garage is at the side of the property, I want the light on the garden not behind the garage.
I want to see the dog, greenhouse, shed, rotary washing line.
When looking out of the window?

Or when out there trying not to cast a shadow over what you are hoping to see?


I was only going for that pir as it had a facility to stay on, ie for late bbq's
I honestly cannot think of a more disagreeable type of lighting to enjoy a BBQ by than a floodlight like that.
 

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