50W LED Floodlight with PIR Sensor, 6000K, IP65. free delivery £18.72 @ CPC
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50W LED Floodlight with PIR Sensor, 6000K, IP65. free delivery £18.72 @ CPC

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Found 19th JanEdited by:"skinnywhippit"
link: cpc.farnell.com/unb…859

Was looking at the 30w on CPC (good co. by the way) and missed deal. Hunted down this one which is cheap for a 50w.

200+ in stock.

I have had/still got lots of LED external ones, the lower wattage always seem to struggle to "throw" the light very far.

I bought x3 and got free delivery 3-5 days.
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Accidentally clicked cold. Sorry.
LiamJ_Ford6 m ago

http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/pel00277/led-floodlight-with-pir-50w/dp/SR09562 here you go


thats a £63 light, i have changed my link, should work now....
Well spotted,ordered thank you!
doesn't say how many lumens... does anyone know?
Does anyone know if this allow for adjusting lux, time and sensitivity
jaques_kalis42 m ago

doesn't say how many lumens... does anyone know?


tbh, if it did state lumens, i would say times by .75
Edited by: "skinnywhippit" 19th Jan
shortchanged19 m ago

Does anyone know if this allow for adjusting lux, time and sensitivity


It doesnt state any of the above, but I have not seen a pir without time and lux. But it could be a bit insensitive...
how wouldyou wire these to inside house?
Can this be operated vie a switch also does anyone know?
vicky25097 m ago

Can this be operated vie a switch also does anyone know?


You can have a switch inline to the pir/light. But its the pir that actually turns the light on. If you want a light to just turn on and off via switch get an LED light without pir. Always ask/employ a local sparky if not sure...
wakkaday16 m ago

how wouldyou wire these to inside house?


With cable from lighting circuit, new radial from board, cable to plug and socket etc...Get a sparky if not 100% confident in wiring, cable sizing, rcbo's, loadings, isolation etc. Home insurance could be invalidated if anything goes wrong.
anyone can make home porn of the highest quality and no much sweat anymore with this cool powerful lamp
Lumens dont really equate to much if the candela is low - that is the measure of light travel
jaques_kalis1 h, 46 m ago

doesn't say how many lumens... does anyone know?



they have not mentioned at all. I got the suspicion that is not very efficient but for as bad as it can be I think no less than 3400L. Anyway, they are better than the standard 500w halogen and the very efficient one can reach over 3800. What does worry me is actually the 6000k, it is very cold
Edited by: "miaomiaobaubau" 19th Jan
Any ideas on the detection distance, I was looking at the pro electronic one recently which is 12 m . But over 50 quid. I'm guessing this one isn't as far.
Does this latch on if you switch it on, off and on again rapidly? Thanks.
pibpob20 m ago

Does this latch on if you switch it on, off and on again rapidly? Thanks.


The 30W version does, so it's likely this one does as well.
Thanks. A bit pathetic that they don't tell you this important information, but then Toolstation omits it from the description of their PIR sensor too - and the comments say it doesn't!
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