GU10 bulb with built in pir?

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Found 31st Mar 2017
Our downstairs toilet is a dark room even during the day. when going in there you always need the light on, when people have finished they come out and forget to turn the light off because you are walking back in to brightness. I have been looking at replacing the GU10 with another with an inbuilt pir but the ones I've seen only stay on for between 45seconds and 1 minute. Does anybody know of any which stay on longer or are adjustable without buying a separate pir sensor?
Thanks.
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Why not just fit a timed light switch?

something like this maybe..adjustable from 10secs to 20mins

uk.rs-online.com/web…94/
Edited by: "Uridium" 31st Mar 2017
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Uridium

Why not just fit a timed light switch?something like this … Why not just fit a timed light switch?something like this maybe..adjustable from 10secs to 20minshttp://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/timer-switches/0490194/


Nice 1, never seen these before, ours is a 2 gang switch so think the bulb would be less hassle(if they do an adjustable time)
Thanks for the reply.
Edited by: "kramvic" 31st Mar 2017
Is that 45 seconds to 1 minute after the last detection of movement wont it just stay on for as long as it detects you
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ding

Is that 45 seconds to 1 minute after the last detection of movement wont … Is that 45 seconds to 1 minute after the last detection of movement wont it just stay on for as long as it detects you


It is yes and although if the women do shake their lettuce it would come on again but preferred a bit longer.
Thanks.
kramvic

It is yes and although if the women do shake their lettuce it would come … It is yes and although if the women do shake their lettuce it would come on again but preferred a bit longer.Thanks.



​lol what's a lettuce.
put an led in cheaper to leave on for a year than to pay for pir
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MynameisM

​lol what's a lettuce.


It goes with the rest of the salad, often goes with sausage too.
Edited by: "kramvic" 31st Mar 2017
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HamanBasher

put an led in cheaper to leave on for a year than to pay for pir


It has an led already but it's burning a whole 5w when on!!!! That's what's frustrating, by the way I'm from Yorkshire.
Thanks for the reply.
kramvic

It has an led already but it's burning a whole 5w when on!!!! That's … It has an led already but it's burning a whole 5w when on!!!! That's what's frustrating, by the way I'm from Yorkshire.Thanks for the reply.


200 hours per kw which is around 12p so 43.8 kw a year that bulb is on 24/7/365 = £5
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HamanBasher

200 hours per kw which is around 12p so 43.8 kw a year that bulb is on … 200 hours per kw which is around 12p so 43.8 kw a year that bulb is on 24/7/365 = £5


I know HB, I know what your saying, I'm not really that tight, I went out for fish & chips dinner yesterday and bought the Mrs one too.
I have a similar situation in my house and I use night light/torches which are sold from time to time by both Aldi and Lidl - the price is usually about £5 - £7. They are available both as plug-in and battery. They work very well and they are a valuable safety feature if the mains power is disrupted afrter dark.
Pandray
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Raypeb

I have a similar situation in my house and I use night light/torches … I have a similar situation in my house and I use night light/torches which are sold from time to time by both Aldi and Lidl - the price is usually about £5 - £7. They are available both as plug-in and battery. They work very well and they are a valuable safety feature if the mains power is disrupted afrter dark.Pandray


Cheers Pandray for the reply, sound good but will hold out for the other type.
Thanks.
Edited by: "kramvic" 31st Mar 2017
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