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Modern Exterior Box Light IP54
Hidden Microwave Motion Sensor
Product Ref: 6153From £77.76 inc VAT
One of the unfortunate aspects of traditional PIR light fittings is that the sensors tend to affect the styling of the product. This box shaped fitting however comes equipped with a microwave sensor hidden subtly behind the polycarbonate front for a seamless and stylish look.
This wall light is very versatile, being suitable for wall mounting both horizontally or vertically but also with the ability to be mounted on a ceiling, for example above a door.
Strong aluminium construction with a powder coated paint finish in two colours. As well as PIR option you can also choose to purchase without a sensor.
Coverage distance between 1 - 9 metres dependent on your requirements. Please note there is no manual override facility on this light.
Can be used with any E27 lamp up to 25W, suitable for use with LED and energy saving lamps.
IP54 rated, weatherproof.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||E27 (ES) Base Mains Lamps|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||Yes|
|Dimmable?||Yes - when used with a dimmable lamp (bulb)|
|Construction||Aluminium and acrylic|
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
Can you set this light to a timer?
Is it possible to install it horizontally?
Is the glass clear or frosted?
can this be manually overridden to be permanently on?
Which of the E27 ES CFL tubes listed on oyur website is the appropriate one for this fitting?
Hello. Can you please advise what the PIR setting options are? Also, what are the different operation modes possible? For example, can it be off, PIR mode, and also on? Thank you, Steve