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Bulkhead Microwave Sensor Light, High-Frequency Electro-Magnetic Wave, IP44
Bulkhead Microwave Sensor Light, High-Frequency Electro-Magnetic Wave, IP44by UKEW
Bulkhead Microwave Sensor Light with high-frequency electro-magnetic wave The product adopts microwave sensor mould with high-frequency electro-magnetic wave (5.8GHz), integrated circuit. It gathers automatism, convenience, safety, saving-energy and practicality functions. The wide detection field is consisting of detectors. It works by receiving human motion. When one enters the detection field, it can start the load at once and identify automatically day and night. Its installation is very convenient and its using is very wide. Detection is possible through doors, panes of glass or thin walls. FUNCTION: • Can identify day and night: It can work in the daytime and at night when it is adjusted on the “sun” position (max). It can work in the ambient light less than 3LUX when it is adjusted on the “moon” position (min). As for the adjustment pattern, please refer to the testing pattern. • SENS adjustable: It can be adjusted according to using location; low sensitivity with 2m for detection distance; High sensitivity with 16m, it fits for large room. • Time-Delay is added continually: When it receives the second induction signals after the first induction, it will compute time once more on the basic of the first time-delay rest. • Time–Delay is adjustable. It can be set according to the consumer’s desire. The minimum time is 10sec±3sec. The maximum is 12min±1min. NOTE: the high-frequency output of the HF sensor is th of the transmission power of a mobile phone or the output of a microwave oven, the baby can't touch it. SPECIFICAITONS: • E27 Lamp Fitting (not included) • Detection Angle: 360° • IP44 Rated - Zone 2 Bathroom • Size 300mm x 112mm • Detection Range: 1~8m • Time Setting: 5Sec~12±1Min.(adjustable)Read More
We all want to feel safe in our homes and one way to bump up security is to add some security lights to the outside of your house. Luckily, this doesn't mean adding huge flood lights around your house as there are lots of advanced security lights on the market that will provide safety and illumination but won't be obtrusive and obvious.

Most people simply want a light to come on whenever there is movement in close proximity to their house in order to ward off potential burglars who would go unnoticed in the dark. The answer to this is motion sensor lights, and the latest type of motion sensor light is Passive Infrared (PIR). A PIR sensor light is a clever bit of tech that has become popular in home security in recent years. It is a form of motion sensor light that works by measuring the levels of infrared light (heat radiation) given off by objects in its view, if the levels change by the introduction of a new object then the light will be triggered. You may think that only humans or animals give off heat radiation but all objects that have a normal temperature above absolute zero (-273 degrees celsius, roughly!) actually give off energy in the form of infrared waves, so even if an inanimate object was thrown in front of a PIR sensor light, it would still switch on.

If you have a large area you want to illuminate in case an intruder starts trespassing, such as a tennis court or a field or garden that is not directly adjacent to your house, then you can also find motion sensor flood lights, too. While being slightly extreme for smaller properties, flood lights may be necessary if you want to keep a large area secure at night.

While keeping your home safe, motion sensor lights are also handy when you come home in the dark and need some light to see your keys, as you don't need to fumble around for a light switch. However, if you don't feel the need for motion sensor activated lights, then you can still add lights to the outside of your home that will act as security lights when you turn them on via a switch. Just having the light on may deter intruders so it's worth investing in basic security lights if you are worried about keeping your home secure.
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