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Weatherproof Well Light in 4 Finishes
A PIR Galvanized Option Also Available
Product Ref: 2697From £49.36 inc VAT
Traditional nautical styled outdoor wall light in a variety of finishes to suit your home.
Available in galvanised steel, copper, and two painted finishes: rusty brown and black.
The galvanised steel version is hot-dip galvanised and the texture can be quite rough with a bright zinc finish. The harshness of this finish quickly fades as the surface begins to oxidise and take a grey hue like a prized galvanised steel watering can (but without the holes). There is a 15 year guarantee on both the galvanised and copper versions.
280mm diameter shade with overall projection of 460mm.
Large 115mm diameter wall plate with twin cable entry points.
PIR Option we can also offer the galvanised version with a PIR sensor for automated operation. This version is Class 1 and requires an earth connection. Has an 8.0 metre range and a 100 degree detection range, it also offers an override facility. 115mm diameter wall plate with twin cable outlets.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||E27 (ES) Base Mains Lamps|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
Would this light fitting be suitable for a coastal home?
I wish to use these fittings in place of an existing external floodlight. It is unswitched - so operates via PIR only. Can I also use these fittings via PIR only, so connect them without the switch wire?
Hi, please can you confirm that the PIR version of this light can come on when motion is detected but can also be turned on at the wall and left on until turned off?
What finish is the third from the left of the top row of the smaller pictures? I note that one of the first two pictures, which otherwise appear identical, has a pir.
Do you have a photo of the copper light?
Is there any way you could put a PIR sensor on the rusty brown version? If not do you have any weathered/brass coloured traditional lights with PIR sensors?
Please could you advise me of the diameter of the opening of the glass shade that screws in please?
What is the detection angle on the PIR for this light?
Regarding the copper version of the Well Light, is it possible to purchase the item without the protective coating as we would prefer a weathered look?
Love these fixtures. Will they work in the US without issue (electrically and using US bulbs)?
Do you supply replacement glass for these lights. If so what price? Or do you know where I can get glass. Thank you
Please can you tell me what colour the galvanised version with PIR sensor is?
Please could you confirm whether the stainless steel version of the Waterproof Well Light is the one shown in the larger main picture (the night-time one) of the selection pictured?
I would like to purchase six of these lamps (galvanised version) but three are to be mounted on the corners of my house. Do you supply a suitable corner bracket, or is there a version with a corner bracket?
I live in a very exposed area and winds of 60mph plus are not uncommon. The shape, unfortunately, looks like it could catch the wind and the mounting base looks small. Would your view be to look for something different?
How long does the light illuminate for
when the PIR senses movement?
Is the 8 metre range from the side and the front?
Can you tell me if the override facility on the PIR model is activated by switching off and on again?
From the pictures it looks like the light is angled, is it possible for them to hang them straight down?
Looking to purchase 4 weather proof well lights. Please can you advise if ordinary low energy light bulbs can be used.
Do these lights come with a bracket for corner use?
What is the maximum wattage this lamp can take?
Is the glass clear? Can I use an energy efficient bulb with Dusk to Dawn?