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20W Slimline LED Floodlight with PIR Black for outdoor - £14.99 @ Screwfix
20W Slimline LED Floodlight with PIR Black for outdoor - £14.99 @ Screwfix

20W Slimline LED Floodlight with PIR Black for outdoor - £14.99 @ Screwfix

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This is different with the previous deal as this is 20W and not 10W. So it is much brighter if you need them

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Modern, slimline LED floodlight with PIR sensor. Provides instant illumination to a range of domestic and commercial outdoor spaces. LED technology ensures reduced energy bills and lamp replacement costs.

IP44
Energy Efficient
Tilt
100° 10m PIR Detection Range
Model No: 901120-2B
Adjustable Dusk-to-Dawn Sensor
30,000 Hours Life
Daylight Colour Temperature
Aluminium & Plastic Construction
Adjustable Detection Range

25 Comments

1400 lumen good price

Seems all their led floodlights are on offer.

does anyone know if i can remove power cable from my existing 10w led floodlight,from screwfix,and connect to 20w floodlight.thanks

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philip4444

does anyone know if i can remove power cable from my existing 10w led … does anyone know if i can remove power cable from my existing 10w led floodlight,from screwfix,and connect to 20w floodlight.thanks



It will depend on the size of the cable but most lighting cable (if not all) used here in the UK is at least 1.5mm2 which should be sufficient to carry load for 20w Lighting plus control gear.


Edited by: "pantaiema" 2nd Jun

philip4444

does anyone know if i can remove power cable from my existing 10w led … does anyone know if i can remove power cable from my existing 10w led floodlight,from screwfix,and connect to 20w floodlight.thanks



That's my concern, my last one was fitted as it needed a spur etc. I was thinking that I may just be able to disconnect that one and connect this one up? So for me, it's not a question of whether the cable can cope, it's more a question of can I just unscrew the current one and wire this one with the existing wiring? I'm ok at diy but I don't want to blow the electrics!!

Should I be able to fit this myself easily enough?

Apart from all the gak - anyone have this light and can review?

how do you set these things up?

KareemSaid

Apart from all the gak - anyone have this light and can review?


There are 48 reviews on the Screwfix page for this item. Just click the deal link.

qwerty93

how do you set these things up?

bfy.tw/CA3v

qyestionmark1 h, 34 m ago

There are 48 reviews on the Screwfix page for this item. Just click the …There are 48 reviews on the Screwfix page for this item. Just click the deal link.



I'd prefer reviews from people that have bought it....

Take it you can't help? Stating the obvious eh? Helpful....
Edited by: "KareemSaid" 3rd Jun

qwerty931 h, 38 m ago

how do you set these things up?



Not sure. Maybe read the instructions and take it from there?

Does anyone know where you can get the cabling needed to wire these up?

KareemSaid

Not sure. Maybe read the instructions and take it from there?



​i can't see to find any instructions on the website.

philip4444

does anyone know if i can remove power cable from my existing 10w led … does anyone know if i can remove power cable from my existing 10w led floodlight,from screwfix,and connect to 20w floodlight.thanks


Yes.. it will be perfectly safe, lighting wiring is rated for way more power than these take.

I've got the 10w and the 30w version of this. Good sturdy units but the pir is a bit rubbish - takes ages to adjust to get the right level of sensitivity for the front path. All you need is some three core wiring as the terminals and gland is all built into the back.

For those asking how to wire this light up, and what cable is needed etc ? If you are unsure then please get in touch with a local to you, qualified electrician and get a quote for install, it's great saving a few quid on the purchase, but please don't take risks by DIY installing electrical equipment to save a few quid only to end up blowing a fuse, tripping a breaker, or causing a fire, or worse case electrocuting yourself or someone else. oO

bigdeal66

http://bfy.tw/CA3v



pantaiema

[quote=philip4444] does anyone know if i can remove power cable from my … [quote=philip4444] does anyone know if i can remove power cable from my existing 10w led floodlight,from screwfix,and connect to 20w floodlight.thanks


It will depend on the size of the cable but most lighting cable (if not all) used here in the UK is at least 1.5mm2 which should be sufficient to carry load for 20w Lighting plus control gear. cheers , thanks for replying

samspud

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It's a shame it doesn't have a manual override function to keep it always on in case you need it in garden parties etc
Anyone know of one like this which has a manual always on feature?

Anyone asking rudimentary questions about electricals should not be touching it anyway.

darkwarrior

Does anyone know where you can get the cabling needed to wire these up?

screwfix.com/p/p…776
Edited by: "tomba" 5th Jun

retrend3rd Jun

Should I be able to fit this myself easily enough?



I've replaced an old one with similar and I've wired up two further ones but using 3-core wiring (normal for these) then linking it to a 3-pin standard house plug cabled to a garage socket...works a treat and so much easier than linking it to mains.
Make sure you get the right connections in both light and plug (e.g. earth to earth) and it's relatively simple if you screw light into wood batten / fascia etc
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