Part # 601002
Warranty 1 Year
Dimensions 10-3/8" X 4" X 100'
Alternate Part #'s AMP-30-2002, PEN601002
What is the difference between the older version Intellibrite and the newer 5g version? The new 5g version has a lower wattage consumption with the same out put of light, the older version had a wattage consumption of 70 watts where the newer version has a wattage consumption of 50 watts.
Intellibrite 5g Pool Lights Specs.
For a color-changing LED light, how do I switch between the different settings with just a standard light switch?
The LED lights are designed to move to the next programmed setting each time you turn the switch on and off. This will toggle through the different color settings and shows.
What is the difference between the older version Intellibrite and the newer 5g version?
>The new 5g version has a lower wattage consumption with the same out put of light, the older version had a wattage consumption of 70 watts where the newer version has a wattage consumption of 50 watts >.
Does this light come with the controller or do you have to buy it separately?
Less than 1 hr
Screwdriver, dikes, wire stripper
1) Turn off power to pool lights.
2) from junction box, disconnect wiring running to your failed pool light.
3) from in the pool, remove one Phillips screw securing old pool light, remove the light from it's recess and set it on pool deck
4) With dikes, cut the cord near the light you just removed.
5) instead of using an electrical fish tape to pull in the new pool light wire, try the next steps:
6) strip off the insulation on the old wire, exposing about 2" of the enclosed conductors
7) take the new light and unravel the cord. Attach the cord end to the conductors you just exposed in step 4.
8) wrap bundle with some electrical tape so it is secure enough to not pull apart and smooth and flexible on the outside.
9) go back to the pool light junction box and pull on the old pool light wire, keep pulling until the new wire on the new pool comes all the way through the conduit and up into the junction box.
10) leave enough wire at the pool light end of the new cord so the light can be removed from it's recess later for maintenance.
11) pull remaining wire through, terminate it at the junction box and splice it into the electrical connectors. Close the junction box
12) Coil the extra wire around the new pool light and install it in the recess. Use appropriate hardware provided with the light for your particular recess.
13) Enjoy your new light.
(5 out of 5 stars) Awesome Lights!
Reviewed By: Patrick L. from San Antonio, TX ()
Pros: Bright, Great Colors
Cons: Sometimes choppy programming
All we can say is...WOW! These lights are intensely bright, have some totally cool new colors (compared to the SAMM lights), and are incredibly efficient! Installed easily (you have to pull the cord through the conduit!).
(5 out of 5 stars) great pool light
Reviewed By: Tom S. from chula vista, ca ()
Pros: appearance, ease of installation and operation
replaced existing 300watt Pentair lights with the intellibrite 5g color leds. some homeowners may feel the leds are not bright enough but I have 2 fixtures (one in the deep end and other in the shallow end) and they look great. very easy to install if existing conduit is in good condition. pool man was going to charge me $300 per light plus cost of light to install. prices at INYO were very competitive with other online stores and way less expensive than local retail store. only item of concern was the packaging during shipment. 1 pool light was shipped in original box and the other was shipped in original box plus bubble wrapped in another box. both arrived in excellent condition.
(4 out of 5 stars) pentair intelibright pool light
Reviewed By: skicamp from Colbert, WA ()
Pros: Electronics and LEDS make for a small, compact package.
Looks promising. Haven't installed it yet but it's much smaller physically than the mechanical marvel it will replace. Hoping to just install it and forget it!