Automated Exterior Lights - Outdoor Light with Photocells Switch On Automatically At Night
If you are interested in saving electricity and money, then there is sure to be an energy saving, environmentally friendly and cost effect exterior light for you. Photocells use sensors to detect the level of light outside the home and automatically control your outdoor lighting. Some fixtures here also have movement sensors that activate your lights, or increase the light intensity when movement is detected.
These intelligent fittings can sense the arrival of dusk and dawn and take away the effort of manually switching lights on or off. Those with added PIR sensors can detect movement and therefore illuminate the front door whilst you are looking for your keys, act as a deterrent for trespassers or alert you to an intruder on your property.
Due to the government statutory guidelines for saving fuel and power for new and updated dwellings, these lights fit the needs for automation and detection to conserve both fuel, and therefore the environment, and in turn save money for you! If you have any questions, or you would like to talk about your project please do get in touch via phone, email, or our online chat function. We would love to hear from you!
Photocell & PIR Operated Modes
Many modern, exterior lights now use modes to ensure they are as energy efficient, and therefore cost effect, as possible whilst still enabling you to adapt the light to your personal preferences and environment.
Constant mode allows for continuous illumination when needed by automatically illuminating once dusk or low levels of light are detected.
Boost mode uses the features of constant mode but with the added functionality of an increase of light to brighten once motion has been detected. Combining security lighting with decorative, functional exterior lighting.
Security mode saves energy by only turning on the light once motion has been detected by using a short burst of bright light to deter or illuminate intruders or light your way to your property.