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50W LED Floodlight with PIR - £13.80 Delivered @ CPC
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50W LED Floodlight with PIR - £13.80 Delivered @ CPC

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Posted 19th Sep

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This floodlight, that comes with an active PIR provides a compact yet powerful solution to your domestic outdoor security lighting needs. The floodlight has a beam angle of 110°that can be tilted upwards and downwards at an angle of approximately 90°. The floodlight is suitable for connection to a 220-240V, 50Hz earthed supply. The floodlight must be installed by a qualified electrician in accordance with current building and IET wiring regulations (BS7671).
  • Energy rating: A+
  • Equivalent Wattage: 202W
  • CCT: 6000K
  • Lumens: 3500lm
  • Dimensions (LxWxD): 230x253x53mm
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Best thing i have found is to get black silicon and put it round any openings. I have had similar Pro Elec 50W Floodlights with PIR for about 3 years now, no issues at all.
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Is this is very good floodlight MrBaz? Or will recomend any better one? Please
Again, cheap because it is only IP44
Rafael.P19/09/2019 16:24

Is this is very good floodlight MrBaz? Or will recomend any better one? …Is this is very good floodlight MrBaz? Or will recomend any better one? Please


I have not bought myself but it's seems fine for the money eg. Tilting functionality, A+ Rating ,PIR etc.
Anyone actually used this?
Not suitable for outside use unless covered
IP44 rated light fittings are good for wall ligthing (especially if they are covered by a roof extention or something), but it is best for a light fitting to be IP65 rated, that is, to be waterproof and sealed for any dust and water particles.
Thanks guys
japes19/09/2019 18:15

Not suitable for outside use unless coveredIP44 rated light fittings are …Not suitable for outside use unless coveredIP44 rated light fittings are good for wall ligthing (especially if they are covered by a roof extention or something), but it is best for a light fitting to be IP65 rated, that is, to be waterproof and sealed for any dust and water particles.


The description says "This floodlight, that comes with an active PIR provides a compact yet powerful solution to your domestic outdoor security lighting needs." - so are you saying that it is not suitable for outside use?


Excuse my ignorance but I really dont understand what IP ratings mean
Helpful56719/09/2019 20:22

The description says "This floodlight, that comes with an active PIR …The description says "This floodlight, that comes with an active PIR provides a compact yet powerful solution to your domestic outdoor security lighting needs." - so are you saying that it is not suitable for outside use?Excuse my ignorance but I really dont understand what IP ratings mean


Google will help you with that
But put simply a 44 rating will not protect against solid objects smaller than an ant and liquid more sustained than a very light shower. This would need to be in a very sheltered position and if used outside.
You'll need at least a 66 rating for UK weather on an external unprotected wall.
I bought 3 similar and one already has water in
Best thing i have found is to get black silicon and put it round any openings. I have had similar Pro Elec 50W Floodlights with PIR for about 3 years now, no issues at all.
What about clear silicone or black insulating tape ?
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