Mr Beams wireless motion activated LED light from
Mr Beams Ceiling Light
Battery powered Mr Beams Ceiling Light is ideal for cupboards, store rooms, lofts and areas requiring light on entry, detecting motion from 8 metres and turning off 30 seconds.
The bright white life-long LED runs on standard batteries that will last on average one year.
The Mr Beams Ceiling Light eliminates the need for mains power in areas that only need light occasionally.
The light is also ideal as a night light or backup light for corridors and stairwells when power is cut or when main lights are turned off.
The weatherproof design also makes the light suitable for outdoor use in entrances, garages and out-buildings.
Powered by four C Cell batteries, the light is compact with a diameter that is smaller than a DVD and comes with a mounting bracket for easy installation.
The low power consumption and bright light output of the latest LED technology make battery powered LED lights an appealing alternative to mains powered lighting in many locations.
By eliminating the need for wiring in places such as cupboards and storerooms, motion sensor LED lights reduce wiring installation costs, save energy, reduce fire risk and offer a low cost, low maintenance lighting solution.
The Mr Beams Ceiling Light costs GBP24.95 and is available from www.mrbeams.co.uk.
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