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Item code: 28951
The Timeguard Night Eye LED Bulkhead with PIR has a tough, weatherproof construction and has a PIR movement sensor as well as a ‘dusk to dawn’ photocell.
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The Night Eye LED Bulkhead from Timeguard has a PIR sensor with a 7-metre, 140° range, and switches on the light automatically when it detects movement. A built-in photocell lets you decide how dark it needs to be for the motion sensor to be triggered. Alternative ‘dusk to dawn’ and test modes are also available.
The prismatic diffuser of the Night Eye LED Bulkhead helps cut out glare and spread light whilst having minimal impact light intensity. This compact fitting is ideal for indoor or outdoor use, with an IP55 rating that indicates its resilience to dust and rain.
Smart-looking with a black finish, the Night Eye is an earthed fitting that requires connection to electrical earth during installation. It should be mounted on a non-flammable surface such as stone or concrete. An instruction manual and accessory pack is included.
A 3-year manufacturer’s guarantee comes as standard with this bulkhead.
The Night Eye LED Bulkhead uses a 5W LED, which emits 210 lumens of cool white 5000-5600K light. It has the equivalent output of a 60W incandescent light, making it over 90% more energy-efficient.
With a long 30,000 hour lifespan, this bulkhead virtually eradicates maintenance costs and does not accept any bulb. Typically of LED, this long-lasting bulkhead will operate flawlessly in any temperature from -20°C to +40°C.
The dimensions of the Night Eye LED PIR Bulkhead are:
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