I got 2 of these second hand for next to nothing and dismanteld it purely for fun. Its all plastic and although it looks designy from a distance, its very plasticy and cheapass.
I tossed everything in the bin except the white plastic unit inside. Warm colors are super bright. Colors verry poor brightness. Dont bother for the colors.
Because the light unit inside has a wire cover(its not a GUI10 spot), i made some funky plug in anywhere lights from them with black nylon braided cord.
This pedestal has the same led unit as another LSC garden light found here:
So i just post some more pictures here so you guys know what to expect.
Flashed it with the Windows gui flasher available on the Openbeken github page without probs.
Before that i tried the Toya Cloud Cutter from github and it kinda almost worked, but it ended up not finding the downloaded firmware file because i had it in the wrong dir. Then the script stalled because it was still looking for the original Tuya APname, while the script already changed the AP of the light to something else... derp. Made a ticket on github, it already has a response with explanation.
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