I have 5 solar path lights in my front yard for aesthetics. When I put them on a light schedule I have no control over the brightness. They are way way too dim. I want to be able to control the brightness. Shouldn’t the user be given this choice? Why don’t I have this flexibility? Please add this.
Mine are also way too dim when using a schedule. I have them on the brightest setting, but they appear to be the opposite. If I manually change the brightness, they can get significantly brighter.
Hi neighbors! I checked with my team on this and and they let me know that with lights like the Pathlights and Steplights, these will have a lower brightness during a Light Schedule to help conserve the battery life. If these lights detect motion, they will get brighter. I hope this helps answer your questions, and please feel free to add any feedback or suggestions on the Light Schedule feature to our Feature Request board.
Mine don’t get brighter during a Light Schedule when motion is detected; they do when not on schedule (they are off) & motion is detected.
Caitlyn there are many customers that are having problems with the lights not getting brighter when they detect motion. Can you elevate to a engineer level customer support?
Hi neighbors! This Community post has other neighbors experiencing a similar concern with their Solar Smart Lights. There is a marked solution as to what other neighbors are having to do for this concern.