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Smartwares 16W Robotic Security Light 1400 Lumen Follow Motion Sensor 210° View £40 @ Halfords Free Delivery or C+C

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Posted 18th SepEdited by:"youchoose"

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Cracking bit of kit imo

This is Mains Powered.

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Smartwares FSL-80114 Robotic Floodlight – Motion following – 16 W – 1400 lumens

Secure your home with the unique Smartwares FSL-80114 Robotic Floodlight. The floodlight is equipped with a motion sensor and follows when someone walks by. Intruders will never enter your garden unnoticed again.

Motorised head

The floodlight has a specially rotating head that follows motion. The light is equipped with an unique wide detection area of 210° and max 10 metres. If intruders enter the wide detection area, the light will follow them until they leave. The head is tiltable so you can adjust the
light to the correct angle.



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Different modes

The floodlight has four different modes. The first mode only turns the light on in the dark and allows the light to follow motion. The second mode allows the light to also turn on during the daytime. In the third mode, the motorised head is disabled, and the light only turns on in the dark if motion is detected. The last mode allows the light to also turn on during the day, while the motorised head is disabled.

Bright light
The combination of the motion following head and the bright light of 1400 lumens mean the light will scare away intruders. The light is 16 Watt and produces a cold white light of 4000K. The light has an IP45 protection rating and therefore is suitable for outdoor use. Place the light at your front door, garden, garage or shed to optimise your security.
Dimensions: 155 x 270 x 170 mm
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Also in stock in some stores, I’ve just reserved one from my local one. Nice one op
I think it's a great bit of kit
dossdes18/09/2019 08:33

Also in stock in some stores, I’ve just reserved one from my local one. N …Also in stock in some stores, I’ve just reserved one from my local one. Nice one op



I think it's a great bit of kit....was surprised by the rocky start it got
Only 16watts so more of a candle than a flood light.
I think they have plenty in stock on halfords ebay as every time they sell one they revise the quantity back up to 10
checkley7318/09/2019 08:42

Only 16watts so more of a candle than a flood light.


16w led which is powerful.
checkley7318/09/2019 08:42

Only 16watts so more of a candle than a flood light.


1400 lumen is a fair amount of light.

You must be comparing to dark ages incandescent lamps.
Is this wired or wireless?
beatchuk18/09/2019 08:54

16w led which is powerful.


I've just got a 50w 5000 lumen for 27.99 which doesn't make this look very good.
DealMeIn18/09/2019 09:45

Thanks for the reply.Is it battery powered then?



As far as I can see it is...found out on the reviews on amazon which were quite good
Edited by: "youchoose" 18th Sep
youchoose18/09/2019 09:47

As far as I can see it is...found out on the review on amazon which were …As far as I can see it is...found out on the review on amazon which were quite good


Don't suppose you have a link please for that review? I couldn't find the product elsewhere when looking
MonkeyMan9018/09/2019 09:45

I've just got a 50w 5000 lumen for 27.99 which doesn't make this look very …I've just got a 50w 5000 lumen for 27.99 which doesn't make this look very good.



Ok.
beatchuk18/09/2019 08:54

16w led which is powerful.


It really isn’t. We have 2 led floodlights. One 30w and one 50w. Neither are too bright.
DealMeIn18/09/2019 09:48

Don't suppose you have a link please for that review? I couldn't find the … Don't suppose you have a link please for that review? I couldn't find the product elsewhere when looking


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youchoose18/09/2019 09:47

As far as I can see it is...found out on the reviews on amazon which were …As far as I can see it is...found out on the reviews on amazon which were quite good


Mains powered according to Halfords website
DealMeIn18/09/2019 09:45

Thanks for the reply.Is it battery powered then?


Mains powered according to Halfords website
dossdes18/09/2019 09:56

Mains powered according to Halfords website



Well I must have got it wrong as i thought the one on amazon was the same...that's why i posted a direct link to the deal...i should have used it too
youchoose18/09/2019 10:02

Well I must have got it wrong as i thought the one on amazon was the …Well I must have got it wrong as i thought the one on amazon was the same...that's why i posted a direct link to the deal...i should have used it too


To be honest mate I only checked as I have reserved one from my local Halfords store assuming it was mains powered, (which is what I want). Had it have been battery powered I wouldn’t be interested as I’ve used battery powered ones in the past and whilst they are more convenient they don’t give out enough power for me.
Cheers
ordered 3 for my garden hoping its mains powered. if not they will be going back.
Edited by: "Big_Boy" 18th Sep
Big_Boy18/09/2019 11:31

ordered 3 for my garden hoping its mains powered. if not they will be …ordered 3 for my garden hoping its mains powered. if not they will be going back.



It is... hope you've got enough cable
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youchoose18/09/2019 11:33

It is... hope you've got enough cable


a roll of 1.5mm T&E flex should do the trick
Big_Boy18/09/2019 12:31

a roll of 1.5mm T&E flex should do the trick



That will do...but add a fused spur or 3
Anyone actually got one of these?
Any good?
16w Doesn't sound really bright.
1616french18/09/2019 12:36

Anyone actually got one of these?Any good?16w Doesn't sound really bright.



It shines a torch on you when you or a uninvited guest moves around....so yeah its goid for what it intended for.
But if you want to light up your whole garden...maybe not
1616french18/09/2019 12:36

Anyone actually got one of these?Any good?16w Doesn't sound really bright.


Light level is measured in lumins, not watts. The 16watts is the level of power used, LEDs use much less power. The 1400 lumen brightness isn't great, but with light targeting it shall be sufficient, any stronger and it would hurt your eyes.
Edited by: "...erm..." 18th Sep
Is this for real? What actual difference does moving light make? It’s just another layer of complexity to go wrong. Intruders might be put off by light, more so than dark, but is moving light really any more of a deterrent than a standard £10 flood?
Edited by: "oliverhussick" 19th Sep
checkley7318/09/2019 08:42

Only 16watts so more of a candle than a flood light.


approx 90-100w Incandescent light bulb
I purchased because I’ve always liked stars in their eyes and theatre. Can’t wait to prance around my patio thinking of Matthew Kelly opening the magic curtains
Edited by: "Coatze" 18th Sep
The Moomins never scared anyone. But if they followed you around in the dark - maybe.
oliverhussick18/09/2019 22:13

Is this for real? What actual difference does moving light make? It’s just …Is this for real? What actual difference does moving light make? It’s just another layer of complexity to go wrong. Intruders might be our off by light, more so than dark, but is moving light really any more of a deterrent than a standard £10 flood?


It's probably useful for very wide garden or drive where 1 fixed light isn't sufficient and this would move around but I would personally stick 2 and not bother with this. As you said 1 more thing to go wrong.
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I saw one of these reduced in Lidl or Aldi about 7 months ago so they've also been available as a special there. I'll try and find out which one it was and the specs as a comparison.

EDIT: It was Lidl, could only find an archived page. Was being sold for £39.99. Linky
Edited by: "Godspeed" 19th Sep
Big_Boy18/09/2019 12:31

a roll of 1.5mm T&E flex should do the trick


I bet you could get away with less than 1.5 on this, It would draw very little current?
Bendown19/09/2019 05:51

I bet you could get away with less than 1.5 on this, It would draw very …I bet you could get away with less than 1.5 on this, It would draw very little current?



With electric it's not about skimping on what you can get away with...and you have to take into account it has a motor in it too.
I would not be comfortable with anything under 1.5.
This device can be made even more effective with a bit of modding:

1. Remove the security light bit
2. Replace with a red laser pointer

Now, intruders will be instantly "red dotted" on entering your property. Given that the red dot will stay on them as they move around, they are unlikely to remain on your property for more than a few seconds.

Simples!
youchoose19/09/2019 09:45

With electric it's not about skimping on what you can get away with...and …With electric it's not about skimping on what you can get away with...and you have to take into account it has a motor in it too.I would not be comfortable with anything under 1.5.


agree with youchoose
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