Homebase Yale LED PIR 1200lm  £7
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Homebase Yale LED PIR 1200lm £7

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LocalFound 19th Dec 2017
The come in Black and white and there is a smaller 600lm version and larger 1800lm.
on-line they say in store only at £7/£10.

I was checking Yesterday and the staff member was changing the SEL on some lighting and this one dropped to £7.

unit comes prewired with 1m of H05RN-F cable and a second bracket if you want it closer to a wall
Usual caveat your local stores may have none left.
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Cheers.
Do you know if 2 can be linked together at different points in the garden and both go of When only 1 detects motion?
Not sure if IP44 is enough for our weather.
Obviously depends where you put it but I would be looking for IP65
CrazyBob8 m ago

Not sure if IP44 is enough for our weather.Obviously depends where you put …Not sure if IP44 is enough for our weather.Obviously depends where you put it but I would be looking for IP65



I agree
Aylesbury got 38 just reserved one.
High Wycombe London road showing 3 in stock but just called them and non in stock.
is there something like this available that works on solar energy, without cables for electricity?
stefromuk2 h, 34 m ago

Cheers.Do you know if 2 can be linked together at different points in the …Cheers.Do you know if 2 can be linked together at different points in the garden and both go of When only 1 detects motion?


The PIR output on the two lights would need to be wired together for that to work (simply solder/wire the + & - of the LED modules on each light fitting in parallel) , easily done provided the units aren't sonic sealed or difficult to access without IP damage!
You would need to use 3-core&CPC for both sensors to work as you would obviously need to also send over a constant live as well as a switch live for the PIR to also work in the second unit.
Edited by: "Leftfield_2k2" 19th Dec 2017
I have one of these (or similar model) and it does not have an adjustable Lux sensor. I don't see any mention of one in the specification either.
excellent!! cheers!!
Leftfield_2k21 h, 8 m ago

The PIR output on the two lights would need to be wired together for that …The PIR output on the two lights would need to be wired together for that to work (simply solder/wire the + & - of the LED modules on each light fitting in parallel) , easily done provided the units aren't sonic sealed or difficult to access without IP damage!You would need to use 3-core&CPC for both sensors to work as you would obviously need to also send over a constant live as well as a switch live for the PIR to also work in the second unit.


Thanks for that
arthurguinness12 h, 14 m ago

I have one of these (or similar model) and it does not have an adjustable …I have one of these (or similar model) and it does not have an adjustable Lux sensor. I don't see any mention of one in the specification either.


Has LUX and time what is missing is PIR sensitivity.
roehampton13 h, 50 m ago

is there something like this available that works on solar energy, without …is there something like this available that works on solar energy, without cables for electricity?


There are quite a few Solar lights around with PIR, problem is the brightness and length of time they will work over the winter with the shorter charge time

if you want to light north facing areas of the house/garage like I do then the solar panel needs a cable to get it to an area it gets any sun.

The other issue price for the better ones not easy to find Solar PIR with a decent brightness cheap.

under £10, you will find wired options from the usual places(sheds, screwfix, toolstation....)as stock rotates.

These Yale branded look identical to the Luceco(support is by Luceco for the Yale one) that are available from places like screwfix @ £24.

screwfix.com/p/l…33v
stefromuk19 h, 30 m ago

Cheers.Do you know if 2 can be linked together at different points in the …Cheers.Do you know if 2 can be linked together at different points in the garden and both go of When only 1 detects motion?


Both can be linked to work on the same power feed. If one light detects motion then only that light will turn on. In my garden both my lights are a few metres apart so the pir angle beam on both lights over laps. So when one pir gets triggered the other light turnes on as well. Sometimes there's a delay of 3 seconds but that's purely down environmental factors. If the lights are to be places in 2 different places like on opposite sides of a building then it won't work to your needs. Your better buying a separate Pir on its own and 2 standalone led flood lamps. That will work to the way you want it to.
I've tested a few of these. One failed within 5 mins the other was fine. These models use the older relay switching technology unlike the ultra slim solid state variants. But a very good price. £10 for the 22w model.
Think I will stick a plug on them and test them for a while before mounting outside.
they are replacing some old 500w that have not been used for years.

The PIR seem to be the weak point on a lot of these types of lights
The main unit looks the same as the non PIR version which is rated at IP65
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