This ingenious little light detects movement in the dark and turns on automatically with a bright, warm yellow light. The energy saving LEDs give very low power consumption and an extensive life. Battery power gives you the freedom to use in cupboards under the stairs, attic spaces, garages or sheds or plug into a mains adaptor for higher traffic areas. Boasts a detection zone of up to 5 metres and detection angle of up to 100 degrees making it the perfect security light. Will switch off after 1 minute and is supplied with wall fixing bracket. Turns on when movement detected is detected in the dark. Automatically turns off after I minute if no movement is detected or if the area is well lit. Ideal for use in the home, hall, workshop, office or garage and many security applications. Manual on/off switch or automatic operation. Supplied with versatile wall fixing bracket or just position on shelf, table or floor. Detection zone up to 5 metres and 100 degrees. Uses 4 x AA batteries or 6v 300mA mains adapter (neither included).
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