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Eco-conscious design maximizes energy efficiency, employing LEDs, dimming, and daylight harvesting to minimize environmental impact and operational costs.
Dive into a world where smart sensors meet glossy design, imparting unprecedented precision and performance.
sensors- the guardians of energy conservation, casting a watchful eye on waste.
In the realm of energy efficiency, sensors are the maestros orchestrating a symphony of savings
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FAQ (Frequently Asked Question)
Motion sensor lights act as an excellent deterrent against criminal activities. There are all sorts of undesirables that may try to approach your home from those intending to cause criminal damage through to those intending to break in and burgle your home.
LED (Light Emitting Diode) bulbs are the most energy efficient lighting option available, and can therefore save you the most money on your electricity bills. They produce 40-80 lumens per watt, and offer several other benefits, including longevity and brightness.
Yes, motion sensors work in the dark. The way that a motion sensor detects movement has nothing to do with how light or dark it is in the immediate area. This is true whether it is a passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor or a dual-tech motion sensor that also utilizes microwave detection.
The batteries will typically last up to 1 to 1.5-years and the lights are easy to install with no wiring and no solar panels to mount. They are equipped with three different operating modes: auto sensing, Time X-tender mode, or ECO-battery sensing mode.