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It's an error in the description it's only 18.5 inches tall.

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I would think so as long as you can secure it to the surface

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Maybe try a patio store. We mounted ours on brick pillars using a 3 inch base, not a pole.

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Yes, it comes with the mounting base with two holes on each side of it and two screws with plastic anchors. My husband didn’t used them. We used bigger screws- 1.5” long and bigger anchors, so the lamp will be more supportted. The lamp looks and works great.

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Drilled 3 small holes in concrete block with a masonary drill bit. Used "Tapcon" screws painted black to secure the base to the concrete block. Unit is very light doesn't need big bolts to mount it.

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why does description state height of 189 in. if it is just pillar/column mount?

It's an error in the description it's only 18.5 inches tall.

can this be mounted on a light post

Hi not sure of your question being asked. If it is concrete pillars or wooden pillars use to mount outdoor lights yes it can. I currently has mine installed on concrete pillars on either sides of the gate.

can this mount to a 3" post?

it should I believe...I put them on pillars and it looks great

can it be mounted to a concerte and stone post.

My lamps are mounted to brick pillars, which were drilled to hold the bases.

How many lumens? (How bright)

I'm not sure how many lumens but very bright. I have two at the end of the driveway on pillars and they light up the entrance.

How long do solar battery lasts? did anyone converted this to a wired light fixture? I thank you in advance for your reply.

In the winter with little sun light, the solar lights will last five to six hours. In the spring it lasts between six to seven hours, and this summer it will last between seven to nine hours. It all depends on the hours of sun and it they are in direct sunlight all of the time. On your second question, why would you convert a solar light to a wired (120V) light fixture? I have six concrete pillars in my circular driveway, and each pillar used a single 40W 120V light bulb. I changed from these electric lights to solar lights to save on my electric bill.

Can this be mounted through the base to a 6 x 6 fence post? Is it solid on base or does it have holes to mount base with?

I measured the base, and it is 5.5" by 5.5" square. There are two screw holes in the opposite corners, so you should not have any problems mounting this on a 6" square post. I had to drill 12 holes in six concrete pillars to mount my units. It took 15 to 20 minutes to drill each hole. I was a tired puppy at the end of the day.

How would they be installed

I installed mine a long time ago so I don't remember just how it worked. I put mine on top of a stone capstone on a pillar and used a putty to adhere it. I recall the hardware to attach it to a wood pole was included. FYI several months ago someone broke the glass on two sides of mine but it is still lighting up....even after a couple of weeks of near zero temperatures and snow. I hope this helps you.

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Can it be installed on a brick pillar?

I would think so as long as you can secure it to the surface

I have wooden posts that measure 3.25 x 3.25 - Can this model be secured to such a small size? Some models have adapters.

I had a retired contractor secure my light by making a wooden base secured to a cement pillar by a long nail and then, he secured the lights on side bases by the screws given. It worked very well. I’m not sure If this sugestiom is helpful but I have a post that would fit the 4x4 lights but I like 6x6 light brightness. I plan to check If he can replace what i have the with 6x6 size

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Where to find a fitting pole? I tried the big box stores with no luck.

Maybe try a patio store. We mounted ours on brick pillars using a 3 inch base, not a pole.

What size drill bit is required to mount the anchors?

Take the supplied screws to your local hardware store, buy tapcon screws (for concrete) and they supply you with the appropriate sized bit, if it’s wood you can drill the supplied screw directly into the wood. But sorry I mounted on top of a concrete/paver pillar

Where can a replacement LED bulb be purchased once the light burns out?

I have had one lamp installed for 12 months and so far no problem with the bulb. I am about to have the second one installed on a stone pillar and took out the instruction leaflet to see if it mentions the bulb. Sadly it did not but it did give an email to ask your question, so I did. If they respond I will give their answer on this site. So far it has worked perfectly and I am happy with it.

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Does it come with mounting base? How is it installed on a pillar?

Yes, it comes with the mounting base with two holes on each side of it and two screws with plastic anchors. My husband didn’t used them. We used bigger screws- 1.5” long and bigger anchors, so the lamp will be more supportted. The lamp looks and works great.

Are there photo sensors preinstalled or do you need to purchase them separately

They were all preinstalled. They have been great so far! We installed them on stone pillars in our driveway.

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how would you permanently mount this to a cement pillar?

Drilled 3 small holes in concrete block with a masonary drill bit. Used "Tapcon" screws painted black to secure the base to the concrete block. Unit is very light doesn't need big bolts to mount it.

How would you mount these on a post? Are there screw wholes on the base?

There are 3 holes on the base. Would need to be a large post. I mounted mine on a block patio pillar, similar to the one in the picture.

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