Arlec 20W LED Black Twin Head Sensor Security Flood Light

SKU: 04352174
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Product Description

This Twin Head LED Sensor Light is hard wired and has got a high impact UV stabilised plastic construction. It's featured with a sensor range of 10m, 180 degree detection angle and adjustable heads. With the adjustable timer this product has the ability to prevent daytime operation, making it perfect for lighting your home when most needed.

  • 2 x 10W, 800 lumen LED globes (1600 lumen total) included
  • Long lasting (LED lifetime of 30,000 hours)
  • Weather resistant to IP44
  • Uses 90% less power than conventional PAR38 globes
  • 12 month warranty

Product Details

Model Name
20W LED Twin Head Sensor Security Flood Light - BLACK (MAL400)
Model Number
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:150 H:150 L:230
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:300 H:255 L:205
Adjustable Detection Sensitivity
Adjustable Lamp Head
Detection Range
Motion Sensing
Range of Motion
Solar Powered
Timer Included
Weather Resistant

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