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Illuminate the front porch in sleek, contemporary style with this Fulcrum 20031 motion-sensor LED porch light. In addition to creating a warm welcome, the light can be used to enhance security, at home or work. Use it at a side door, on a back deck, along a driveway, next to the garage, or any other outdoor space.
The LED porch light installs in a matter of minutes, using only two screws (no wiring necessary). A mounting plate helps ensure simply, foolproof installation, plus allows for quick, easy battery replacement when needed. The porch lamp uses four C batteries (sold separately) and comes in three stylish colors--bronze, silver, and white--for an attractive addition to any exterior.
The LED porch light features a motion-activated sensor that automatically turns the unit on when it detects movement, but only from dusk to dawn, helping to conserve energy during the day. In addition to turning on automatically, the porch light also turns off on its own after a specific amount of time. The hands-free on/off operation offers the ultimate in safety and convenience. Other thoughtful design details include the light's weatherproof housing for sealed protection against moisture, as well as an adjustable head that rotates to aim the light where it's needed most.
The porch light's LED floodlight technology combines six energy-efficient LEDs--that never require replacing--with a special lens for bright, glare-free light with exceptionally wide coverage.
LED floodlight technology is a blend of special LED and lens technologies that create enhanced and more useable light. Ordinary LEDs emit a highly concentrated beam of light and illuminate only a small area. They also provide very little ambient light--the area outside of the beam is dark. Ordinary LEDs also emit a "hot" light, which produces glare and can cause eye-strain.
LED floodlight technology, the next generation of lighting technology, offers a smarter choice. It delivers an ultra-wide beam of bright, glare-free light, so you can see more. It also provides even and balanced illumination over a wide area, so you can see better and more comfortably--no more eyestrain or discomfort.
In addition, the LEDs never need to be replaced, and they use only 10% of the energy compared to a conventional light bulb, which ultimately translates to fewer batteries in landfills and more money in your pocket.
• For crime prevention or personal safety
• Motion-sensing automatic illumination
• Light stays on for 30 seconds after motion has ceased
• Weather resistant for indoor or outdoor use
• 6 LEDs produce superbright 42-lumen white-blue light
• LEDs have 100,000-hour life
• Light rotates to illuminate target area
• Photo cell prevents daylight activation and saves battery power
• 25' detection range at 100-degree angle
• Cordless, no electrician needed
• Mounting hardware included
• Requires 4 C batteries
I have purchased five of these Fulcrum battery motion lights over the past year or two. I was very much impressed with a couple things and bummed on some things. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Classicrider
works like a champ. Am very satisfied with it and will be getting another..maybe more.Published 2 days ago by aint got time for that
These are great little lights for the back porch. I have it sitting on the porch as opposed to mounted on the wall. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Roberta
Excellent reliability, rather dim light yet easy set-up and good motion sensitivity make this light a good choice for doorsteps, back porches, anywhere out-of-direct precipitation... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Jeff the Lizard
Very nice, it lights up as I back up into the driveway and stays on until I'm inside.Published 5 days ago by M. Brown
I've had two of these for a couple of years now. One over the front door that is exposed to all kinds of weather. Never had an issue with water, ice, etc. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Peter M. Abec