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Outdoor Security floodlight 120W with PIR £6.39 @ Screwfix

£6.39 @ Screwfix
Good price for an outdoor security light. Specs Die-cast. •IP44 •Non-Dimmable •Adjustable Pan & Tilt •Automatic Switch-Off •12m Detection Range •Model No: EH271 View more informati… Read More
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2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago
Good price for an outdoor security light.

Specs

Die-cast.
•IP44
•Non-Dimmable
•Adjustable Pan & Tilt
•Automatic Switch-Off
•12m Detection Range
•Model No: EH271
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Product contents:
Floodlight unit, lamp, instructions.

Specifications:
Viewing distance: 12m. 220-240V. Internal ignitor. 1 x 120W R7S lamp included (1 x 400W for Code 22266).
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3 Likes #2
These should only be mounted directly into the sight of on coming cars to ensure blinding them or pointing high up at other houses ensuring optimal irritation for as many neighbours as possible - at least I assume that's the rules because that's what seems to happen a lot :D

Anyhoo, have a dollop of heat for the deal

Edited By: spannerzone on Jul 14, 2014 17:53
#3
Good deal
#4
Just what I was looking for. Heat added.
#5
thanks exactly what I wanted hot!
#6
not voted

but , just swapped one for an led one (30W)

the original bulb blew, couldn't reach it without a ladder, so thought better to just fit an led one that should last much longer and save some money in the long run
#7
A better idea is to buy an LED one, as they will use ten times less electricity and the bulbs will last much longer. Get one with a solar panel and it won't even need to be connected to the mains.
1 Like #8
MarkShopper
A better idea is to buy an LED one, as they will use ten times less electricity and the bulbs will last much longer. Get one with a solar panel and it won't even need to be connected to the mains.



But it won't work at night ??
;)
#9
MarkShopper
A better idea is to buy an LED one, as they will use ten times less electricity and the bulbs will last much longer. Get one with a solar panel and it won't even need to be connected to the mains.

Have you got a link? V interesting
#10
It's all about LED now...!!
#11
Led equivalent with Pir about £30
1 Like #12
Maskarova
MarkShopper
A better idea is to buy an LED one, as they will use ten times less electricity and the bulbs will last much longer. Get one with a solar panel and it won't even need to be connected to the mains.

Have you got a link? V interesting

Something with plenty of LEDs like this maybe? http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sunforce-Products-82156-Solar-Motion/dp/B0052SF0LO
#13
Ordered one yesterday. I didn't realise it was such a good deal! Nice when that happens.
#14
I would personally spend a bit more and get an LED. I purchased two some time ago and still going strong.
#15
MarkShopper
Maskarova
MarkShopper
A better idea is to buy an LED one, as they will use ten times less electricity and the bulbs will last much longer. Get one with a solar panel and it won't even need to be connected to the mains.

Have you got a link? V interesting

Something with plenty of LEDs like this maybe? http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sunforce-Products-82156-Solar-Motion/dp/B0052SF0LO

Ta!
1 Like #16
Lidl have one from the 18th August. £29.99 or two for £50.00
Mains-free, environmentally friendly outdoor light with 80 bright, long-life LEDs and motion detector
Solar panel with connection cable, length approx. (m): 4.75
Motion sensor detection angle (°): 180
Lighting duration in motion detection mode adjustable to (seconds): 60
Detection range approx. (m): 12
3 year manufacturer's warranty
Buy 2 for £50
#17
I had two of these installed less than a year ago and both of the sensors have failed.

I'll be replacing them with a LED replacement
#18
I've also had the PIR's go faulty on security lights as well, that's what's putting me off buying the £25+ led versions, even though I'd really prefer to go down that route :-\
#19
I was interested in some of the LED comments so looked at retrofitting these with an LED. Has anyone done this?
Example bulb: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Replacement-Energy-Saving-Security-J118mm/dp/B00925SAM4/ref=sr_1_1?s=lighting&ie=UTF8&qid=1407843074&sr=1-1
I don't know if this is the right bulb but likely similar.
Cheap way to get an outdoor LED (mains powered) security light unless I'm missing something [upward inflection]

Edit: just seen AzeemB comment so looks like a goer.

Edited By: Daveh1664 on Aug 12, 2014 13:26: read previous comment

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