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Maxxima MLS-01 Occupancy Sensor LED Light

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  • Auto On Motion Sensor
  • Ultra- Bright White LED
  • 20 ft.+ Motion Range
  • Battery Life, 1-2 Years
  • Easily Mounts to Surfaces
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Maxxima MLS-01 Occupancy Sensor LED Light + AmerTac 73092CC LED Motion-Activated Nite Lite + Maxxima MLN-50 5 LED Night Light With Sensor (Pack of 2)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number MLS-01
Item Weight5.6 ounces
Product Dimensions8.2 x 4.7 x 2 inches
Item model numberMLS-01
Power SourceBattery Powered
Item Package Quantity1
Type of BulbLED
Special FeaturesMotion-sensor
  
Additional Information
ASINB0009GVPSQ
Best Sellers Rank #107,658 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableApril 20, 2005
  
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Technical Details

  • Motion-sensor

Product Description

Maxxima introduces the MLS-01 occupancy sensor light. The battery operated MLS-01 automatically turns itself on when motion is detected by the built in sensor and turns itself off 30 seconds after you leave the area. Dusk to dawn sensor prevents daylight activation. The MLS-01 also has a switch to allow continuous usege if you require the light on at all times.

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Customer Reviews

Unfortunately, it did not work so I sent it back.
Northspirit
The light is not too bright and the motion sensor is very sensitive.
Luke
It does take four AA batteries but they last a long time.
CyberCrone

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

77 of 80 people found the following review helpful By J. Weinberg on February 16, 2006
I bought this to illuminate dark areas on my stairs which have no electrical outlet nearby for safe passage at night.

The LED light is certainly bright enough to illuminate the stairs at night for safe passage. in fact my lovely wife complains it's TOO bright. It will last far longer than a fluorescent or incandescent bulb, and will give more illumination bang for the battery-life buck than either of those. So LED is a good choice for this application.

The range is around 10 feet, which is minimally acceptable for my purposes, but certainly good for a closet.

Two things that are less than ideal for my purposes:

The motion detector cannot "see" motion that is above the plane of the sensor. So you can't put it on the landing below and expect it to illuminate the stairs when you descend from above.

The light sensor is not sensitive enough, so that the little bugger still illuminates during the day despite regular houselights being on. Not a problem, but rather wasteful.

It would also be nice if the motion sensor could be rotated to point away from the light, but that's asking too much for such a reasonably priced item.

All in all, if you need to intermittently spot-illuminate an area without an outlet, this will do the trick.
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47 of 49 people found the following review helpful By S. Lawler on December 31, 2005
I bought two of these lights and are delighted with them!

They really do have the range they claim. One, I placed on my husband's dresser in the bedroom (am always tripping over his laundry basket when he forgets to put it away). And it immediately turns on as soon as I enter the doorway (approx. 13 feet away).

The other is in the livingroom on the windowsill, so when he gets up in the middle of the night for a snack, it immediately turns on so he's not tripping over anything or walking into the corners of furniture.

It is a bright light (but not overly so), and stays on long enough to pass through the room ...and if I want it to stay on, I can either flip a switch on it OR keep moving into it's sensor range.

This is a GREAT item for dark areas of your home. AND it works just like it says it does.

I highly recommend!
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By CyberCrone on December 11, 2009
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I don't know why people degrade a product rating when they simply did not order a product that suits their requirements. This light is not intended to light up a room, it's designed to let you see your way when no other light is available. What it's designed to do, it does superbly.

The motion sensor is extremely sensitive and never fails; it doesn't waste batteries by turning on when other light is available and so the batteries last a long time. It can rest on a table top or hang on a wall with the provided screw. It does take four AA batteries but they last a long time. I have one beside my bed that allows me to get up during the night to make my way to the bathroom without the shock of turning on a bright light. I have another in the bathroom, same reason.

I came back today to order three more, one for my study where I have to cross the room to turn on a light, another for my storage shed, another for my truck cab where the overhead has quit working.

You can get cheaper but not with anywhere near the performance. As you can tell, I'm very pleased with this product and that seldom happens these days so I'm happy to take the time to write a rave review.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By rob10021 on March 14, 2007
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Problem: Dark staircase. No A/C outlets.

Solution: Maxxima MLS-01 Occupancy Sensor LED Lights.

We placed one at the bottom and one at the top of our staircase. The sensor knows day from night, thus saving battery life. The light is bright, but not over powering.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Edward Scott on December 8, 2007
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I sleep in the far end of an 18X10 bedroom and have to get up occasionally at night. The light switch is at the other end of the room and the lamp by my bed isn't convenient to find when waking up, so this light is the solution. It sits by the door on an etergere and turns on with a wave of my hand when I come through the door or by itself after I'm 5 feet or so inside. It is sensitive enough to know I got out of bed and makes actually a little too much light when I've been sleeping and my eyes don't want a bright light shining at me. Perhaps I can find a better location. In fact it's bright enough to the point that as I get out of my bed and walk to the door, I have to shade my eyes with my hand.

I use NImH AA batteries (4) and they need charging at around 3 months.

One problem with the setup of having it point at the bed from the far door is that it comes on by itself sometimes and wakes me up. Maybe I'm thrashing around in my sleep, I don't know.

I might try putting it under my bed facing the door to see how that works, but all in all I'm very happy with this item. I've had it for about a year now.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By GEORGE E. NEWMAN on August 3, 2009
I spend time in hotel rooms. They NEVER have a night light where it is needed. This light packs easily (take the batteries out first) and then sets up in your hotel room where YOU want light to come on. The Motion sensor is first rate. They sense from a good distance and seem to never fail.

There are other lights Maxxima style has if you want the same type of light that will also plug into the wall ... check out the MLS-10. The MLS-10 plugs in with battery back-up as well. Great for kitchens and hallways.

These are the kind of quality light the some authority suggested for older folks to prevent falls in the home.
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