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  1. Envirolight 20W Daylight LED Twin Floodlight with PIR Sensor

    59% Off
    Special Price £24.00 £20.00 Regular Price £59.99
  2. Forum Lynn LED Twin Floodlight with PIR sensor - Black

    £29.99 £24.99
  3. Forum Lynn Twin Floodlight with PIR sensor - White

    £26.99 £22.49
  4. 10W Dimmable Warm White LED Floodlight 1350lm PRO with Radar Sensor - Black

    £19.99 £16.66
  5. 10W Cool White LED Floodlight 1000lm Glass IP65 - with PIR Sensor - White

    £24.99 £20.82 As low as £23.74
  6. 20W Cool White LED Floodlight 2000lm Glass IP65 - with PIR Sensor - White

    £27.99 £23.32 As low as £22.32
  7. 50W Cool White LED Floodlight 5000lm Glass IP65 with PIR Sensor - White

    £31.99 £26.66 As low as £30.39
  8. 20W Dimmable Cool White LED Floodlight 2700lm PRO with Radar Sensor - Black

    £21.49 £17.91 As low as £20.42
  9. 10W Dimmable Cool White LED Floodlight 1350lm PRO with Radar Sensor - Black

    £11.99 £9.99 As low as £11.39
  10. 20W Dimmable Daylight LED Floodlight 2700lm PRO with Radar Sensor - Black

    £22.99 £19.16 As low as £20.42
  11. 10W Dimmable Daylight LED Floodlight 1350lm PRO with Radar Sensor - Black

    £11.99 £9.99 As low as £11.39
  12. 20W Dimmable Warm White LED Floodlight 2700lm PRO with Radar Sensor - Black

    £21.49 £17.91 As low as £20.42
  13. 10W Cool White Solar LED Floodlight Luminaire 850lm with Dusk to Dawn PIR Sensor - Black

    £74.99 £62.49
  14. 10W Cool White Solar LED Floodlight 1080lm with Dusk to Dawn PIR Sensor - Black

    £57.99 £48.32
  15. 20W Cool White Solar LED Floodlight Luminaire 1600lm with Dusk to Dawn PIR Sensor - Black

    £64.99 £54.16
    Out of stock
  16. 4W Cool White Solar LED Floodlight 400lm with PIR Sensor 400lm - Black

    £23.99 £19.99
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Sensor floodlights are a regular type of floodlight, but with different types of sensors build into them. There are a few good reasons that people choose to install sensor floodlights outside their property, rather than regular floodlights. Often, it is because the light isn’t required throughout the hours of darkness – and the light is only needed to assist safe entry to the property. In some cases, it may act as a security measure, to deter opportunist burglars, while in others, it may be simply for convenience, so that there is no need to remember to turn the light off at dawn. Both types of sensors save energy, and means that chances of complaints about the light being a nuisance are minimised.

What type of sensors are on floodlights?

You’ll find two types of sensors in our range. Where the light needs to switch on when someone is within range, a movement sensor. These might be referred to as passive infrared (PIR), radar, or simply as a movement sensor, and they behave as you might expect a movement sensor to – when the sensor picks up that someone is nearby, it triggers the light to come on.

The second type of sensor is a dusk to dawn sensor, and this triggers the light to be switched on during the hours of darkness, and off as soon as daylight levels are sufficient in the morning. Some floodlights have both types of sensors, so that during the hours of darkness, any movement that is picked up will switch the light on, and won’t be turned on during the day.

How are sensor floodlights powered?

Most sensor floodlights are mains powered, and will need wiring into the mains, but where sensor floodlights are needed in areas without mains power, solar powered sensor floodlights are a great alternative. Inbuilt solar panels charge the battery during the day, and provide enough power for the light to be used as necessary throughout the hours of darkness. To conserve power, most solar floodlights also have movement sensors and dusk to dawn sensors.

What bulbs do sensor floodlights have?

Sensor floodlights have integrated LEDs, which require little power to provide a bright light. LEDs have a long life, so not only are they better for your energy bills, they’re better for the environment, and the light won’t need to be replaced for years.

What colour lights do sensor floodlights have?

Sensor floodlights have white lights in three different tones. These are cool white, warm white, and daylight.

Where can I buy sensor floodlights?

You’re in the right place! We have a range of sensor floodlights that are perfect for both commercial and domestic use. If you have questions, our team of lighting experts can advise you and help you to get the best type of sensor floodlight for your needs. If you aren’t happy with your purchase, you can request a return or exchange within 30 days of delivery under our Change Your Mind Guarantee.