Difference between revisions of "Pentair Globrite Light" - Further Reading

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The average life span of those seems to be about 2 years.  
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The average life span of those seems to be about 2-4 years.  They crack and water enters and they get destroyed.  
 
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The [https://www.pentair.com/en/products/pool-spa-equipment/pool-lighting/globrite_pool_andspaledlights.html GloBrites] use a proprietary niche so you're stuck to using them.<ref>https://www.troublefreepool.com/threads/possible-pentiar-globrite-failed.186444/post-1643919</ref>
 
The [https://www.pentair.com/en/products/pool-spa-equipment/pool-lighting/globrite_pool_andspaledlights.html GloBrites] use a proprietary niche so you're stuck to using them.<ref>https://www.troublefreepool.com/threads/possible-pentiar-globrite-failed.186444/post-1643919</ref>

Revision as of 03:54, 15 October 2019

The average life span of those seems to be about 2-4 years. They crack and water enters and they get destroyed.

Pentair GloBrite Light.png

The GloBrites use a proprietary niche so you're stuck to using them.[1]

If you are planning a pool build Pentair has a new version called the MicroBrite that you should consider.

Pentair GloBright & IntelliBright colors don't match

The GloBrites are 12V and your IntelliBrights are likely 120V so the colors don't give off the same hue. This is a problem that cannot be corrected and a reason to use only the GloBrites or IntelliBrights.[2]