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I have inherited 4 of these outside lights which appear to be very solid and well made but i'm not sure how to make best use of them.

Side view

Front view

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    Step one - find an LED replacement for the bulb.... – Ecnerwal May 10 at 12:12
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    It doesn't fit in the hole in the deck behind the light? – Steve Wellens May 10 at 12:55
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    Looks like a swimming pool niche fixture. What is its voltage? – Retired Master Electrician May 10 at 13:21
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    They're flush-mount halogen lights. You can see the keyed ring on the face. They'll get very hot and use much more energy than modern LED lights. – isherwood May 13 at 20:53
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Drill a clearnce hole for the threads and use the brass? Colored nut to hold the lamp in place.

Look like a halogen bulb inside.

Perhaps can be used as deck lights or outside downlights.

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Those are similar to a open wiring lamp I have installed in offices but in a waterproof fixture . They are most likely mr16 12v 20w lamps (the coated reflector gives them away) they could be a higher voltage but not likely to be above the NEC touch limit for wet locations.

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