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Sensor Detects a Presence, Automatically Turns Lights On And Off

August 20, 2012 Leave a comment

Product Title (In box)

  • Ideal for monitoring large house fronts as well as external corners
  • Coverage area may be customized with supplied snap-on shrouds
  • Equipped with two highly sensitive infrared detectors
  • Simple wall mounting installs in minutes

On…off…on…off…on…off..on/off..on/off..on/off, that’s what I’d be doing with my Wall Mount Outdoor Occupancy Sensor from Steinel America as I turn on and off a light with the power of my jumping kills. This neat-o sensor installs on to a wall and basically senses when something or someone occupies the area at which the sensor is sensing. Get what I’m saying? Here’s an example: You have a dark area in your house, let’s say…your basement (where all the monsters hide). When you go into said basement you don’t have to worry about flipping a switch or pulling some old chain to turn on a light. The sensor senses you and then automatically turns on a light thus helping you see as well as keeping those basement-monsters at bay. When you exit the area which the sensor is sensing, the light will automatically turn off. Its 240° coverage area and up to 40 feet of reach assures that the light will go on and off at reasonable distances while the UltraEYE lens provides 304 switching zones which allows for incredibly accurate motion detection. This unique sensor will adjust to temperature changes so it maintains sensor consistency, it’s “raintight” for outdoor use (can be used indoors as well), has built in surge protection, and provides ways of fine-tuning the sensor for optimum functionality. It saves energy too; no longer will you “forget” to turn off that light because the sensor will do it for you. Sweet! Read More

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