InfinityPlus 20W PIR Motion Sensor/Dusk Dawn LED Floodlight, 2000 Lumens Reviews

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Detect motion and light up your drive or garden with the Mirrorstone InfinityPlus 20W PIR Motion Sensor/Dusk Dawn LED Floodlight. Being a 20W LED, it is the perfect replacement for any 200W halogen Floodlight. Being an IP65 rated unit, it has the capability of being installed externally without any risk of any water getting into the inner wiring or causing damage. Coming with fully CE certified Twin and Earth connections, you will be able to swap it over directly with your existing Floodlight to make savings of up to 90% instantly. Not only can you benefit from long term savings but, you can also make use of the various, beneficial promotional codes for savings of up to 20% across the store. Introducing InfinityPlus Protect your home and loved ones with an InfinityPlus Floodlight from Mirrorstone Lighting. With a sturdy body and handle, these waterproof units emit in a triple-white cycle. This means you benefit from Warm, Cool and Daylight White with the push of a button. With a textured glass cover and toughened aluminium compound body for added protection against any weather, opt for either PIR or a Dusk/Dawn sensor too for this security light to shine with an increased number of lumens. Seamlessly Switch Your Floodlights To LED Like the 20W Standard Floodlight, the 20W PIR features a series of Surface Mounted Diodes (SMDs) to achieve its amazing light output. These diodes help the light achieve 2000lm of illumination - alongside a wide beam angle of 120° to achieve a huge cover of light. On top of this large scope of light, you also have the option of choosing a variety of different finishes and light colours to get the unit look exactly how you want. The Floodlight is available in either a Black or Grey finish to help with any design or style purposes. Not only this, each unit also comes with a triple-white cycle. Simply switch the Floodlight on and off to alternate between the three colours. If you are looking for a more traditional look, Warm White may be the colour that is most worthwhile as it replicates halogen lights closely. This makes it great for use within a whole range of applications such as patios, as well as illuminating driveways. The second colour option available, Cool White (6000K), is a lot whiter compared to Warm White and is better if you are looking to use the Floodlight to light up a garden for task purposes. Finally, Daylight (4000K) comes down the middle of the other two, blending the brightness of cool with the soft hues of the warm. If you are still a little confused, please refer to our guide on colours for LEDs to get comprehensive information on each colour temperature. Sense Movement Or Light And Keep Your Property Secure Unlike our range of standard LED Floodlights, the 20W PIR Floodlight comes with a choice of either a PIR Motion Sensor or a Photocell Dusk Dawn Sensor. This motion detection helps add a level of security and reduces unnecessary expensive costs of illuminating when you don’t need to. The Dusk Dawn Sensor however works by switching on as soon as it detects a drop in the ambient light level, so your Floodlight will only switch on when it needs to. The PIR motion sensor also acts as deterrent for potential burglars or vandals, bringing them into view. Light Up Your Garden For A Long Time Floodlights are a nightmare to change and is not something that you want to do often. This makes buying an InfinityPlus Floodlight even easier because they...

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John Symon
Have just installed 2 of the 3 lights I bought recently and I have to say they are excellent. They come already wired with about a metre of cable and are very easy to instal. The light output is great and the two light up my back patio really well. It is about 6 x 12 metres and the light output is white and crisp. The build quality is solid and they appear very weatherproof and I am looking forward to years of maintenance free service. I am very happy with this purchase.
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Jack Winfield
Received eventually, 2 weeks later, quality ok, nice white light. Because I needed them to shine downwards, and attached to the wall, I had to mount them upside down with the PIR on top. The bracket didn't allow the light to shine downwards, as the PIR touched the wall. Apart from that they work ok.
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Carl Rogers
Motion floodlight is OK but distance which it picks up is not that strong.
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Martin Fletcher
Worst light ever no matter what settings it just keeps coming on for no reason all night on off on off think its going into the rubbish bit waste of money and electric
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Brian Robinson
Good value for money. Easily programmable. It has a strong beam which is at least the equal of the Halogen equivalent it replaces, and which blew its bulb every few months.
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Alan Sheppard
The light is fine and works on the sensor, easy to connect. Fitted the loose bracket to wall but the screws for fixing the bracket to the light will not screw into the holes on the light fitting. Very frustrating. Took the bracket off and tried again but the thread does not seem to match the drilled fixing on the lamp. Managed to put two smaller nuts and bolts through the holes.
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Steve Allsop
I nicely made and compact unit that so far is working fine. A small criticism is that the mounting threads on the case of the unit were full of paint. I had to recut the threads so that the mounting screws would fit. Also it is a pity that a white unit is fitted with a black cable - poor QC in my oppinion.
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Barrie Lindsey
I received the lamp which was well packed and pleased to find it came with a short length of cable attached, so I did not have to open the light. The lamps wiring had different colours to the original wiring I had to connect it to. However, I checked how to match them on the web so no problems there. I like the white light the lamp gives off, it's not as blinding as my old one and it's going to be cheaper to run. The negative thing I have with this light, is that the motion sensor has a shorter range than my old one which creates dead spots that are not within it's range. So I will have to buy a second lamp to cover that area, so any savings on the new lamp will be negated. You really need to sort out this sensor.
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