LAP 2617S LED PIR WALL LIGHT BLACK 300LM 9.2W now £12.99 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)
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LAP 2617S LED PIR WALL LIGHT BLACK 300LM 9.2W now £12.99 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)

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Found 19th Feb
Was £29.99. Better than half price!

Up to 25,000 hours life.

  • IP44
  • PIR Sensor - 8m Detection Range
  • Die-Cast Aluminium
  • Fixed
  • 9.2W per Lamp
  • Equivalent to 9.2W
  • Non-Dimmable
  • Modern Design
  • 1 Year Guarantee
  • Up to 25,000 Hours Life

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LAP BLACK POWDER-COATED LED POST LIGHT 300LM 9.2W for £12.99


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LAP 9.2W BLACK LED WALL LIGHT 300LM for £8.99

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Thanks. Got two of the PIR to pick up at local. Replaces a couple of old plastic ones. Philips do this style for about £60 and they are only 4.7w. Almost look identical.
Edited by: "deleted1836930" 19th Feb
Daft question but when these say 9.2w, I’m assuming that’s with the light actually on? What’s the power consumption of when it’s Justin ‘standb waiting for the PIR to be triggered
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A2DY_44 m ago

Daft question but when these say 9.2w, I’m assuming that’s with the light a …Daft question but when these say 9.2w, I’m assuming that’s with the light actually on? What’s the power consumption of when it’s Justin ‘standb waiting for the PIR to be triggered


Yes with the light on.
A2DY_1 h, 23 m ago

Daft question but when these say 9.2w, I’m assuming that’s with the light a …Daft question but when these say 9.2w, I’m assuming that’s with the light actually on? What’s the power consumption of when it’s Justin ‘standb waiting for the PIR to be triggered


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grant8673 m ago

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Me?
its not the end of the world but if you planned on having a few off these and left them on 24/7 just using the PIR and it still used 9.2w that adds up. I’d assume it to be much lower when the light is not actually on but it doesn’t say that anywhere, hence the question.

Seems stranger if think no one would care for you to care enough to actually reply.
A2DY_2 h, 5 m ago

Daft question but when these say 9.2w, I’m assuming that’s with the light a …Daft question but when these say 9.2w, I’m assuming that’s with the light actually on? What’s the power consumption of when it’s Justin ‘standb waiting for the PIR to be triggered


Very little power consumption. Have a look here:

sustainability.stackexchange.com/que…hes

If that doesn't answer your question, then Google it, as this question has been asked and answered before. Admittedly, not in relation to this actual light and I would assume the only people who would really know the answer is someone who works for the company that makes it.
A2DY_2 h, 7 m ago

Daft question but when these say 9.2w, I’m assuming that’s with the light a …Daft question but when these say 9.2w, I’m assuming that’s with the light actually on? What’s the power consumption of when it’s Justin ‘standb waiting for the PIR to be triggered



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How bright is this? 300lm doesn't sound very bright, I might be wrong though
Edited by: "sbirsen" 19th Feb
Thank you OP. Ordered
No wattage is drawn from the entire fitting until the PIR is triggered by motion which switches on the light.
Edited by: "ChrisWaby" 20th Feb
Purchased one when the offer was posted.
Not a lot of room in the rear fitting for the power cable, but I eventually got it wired up.
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