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Maxxima MLS-10 2 LED AC/DC Occupancy Sensor Light

by Maxxima

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  • Auto On Motion Sensor
  • 120V AC Operation or 3AA Batteries
  • Built-In Dusk To Dawn Sensor
  • 2 Super Flux White LEDS
  • 4 Position Switch: ON/OFF/OS Sensor/NightLight
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Maxxima MLS-10 2 LED AC/DC Occupancy Sensor Light + Maxxima LED Occupancy Sensor Light With 6 LEDs + Maxxima MLN-50 5 LED Night Light With Sensor (Pack of 2)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand Maxxima
Part Number MLS-10
Item Weight7.7 ounces
Product Dimensions9.4 x 5.6 x 1.8 inches
Item model numberMLS-10
Batteries:3 AA batteries required.
Fixture Features Motion-sensor
Power Source Plug-in Electric
Batteries Required?Yes
Type of Bulb LED
  
Additional Information
ASINB000FI2YHY
Best Sellers Rank #203,102 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.4 ounces
Date First AvailableApril 25, 2006
  
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Warranty, Parts: Parts
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Technical Details

  • Motion-sensor

Product Description

Maxxima introduces the MLS-10 2 LED AC/DC occupancy sensor light which works on 3AA batteries or can be plugged into any standard outlet with its AC/DC option. The MLS-10 has 4 convenient modes which allow you to select if you want it to act as a light that automatically turns itself on when motion is detected by the built in sensor and turns itself off 30 seconds after you leave the area, or it can be set to turn on at night only, be left on at all times, or be shut off completely. When left in the occupancy sensor mode this light will only go on at night when motion is detected, and will only go off once there is no motion left in the area. When left in the night light mode this light will go on whenever there is darkness in its area. This is a perfect item to be kept in a closet, bathroom, stairwell, or any space, which requires lighting, as well it comes in handy during a power failure. With its built in AC/DC option Maxxima now offers even more convenience with their line of Occupancy Sensor Lights. 110V Operation Only

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Unit is large (covers 2 outlets) and the range is not that great (not very bright).
Desmo
It is great for those people who get up in the middle of the night and you don't want to turn on a regular light.
Elaine
The hostel I was staying in normally has lights but the rowdy guests broke every bulb in the place.
Bartok Kinski

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By PigTy on August 29, 2006
I liked the energy saving LEDs and motion sensor. The only drawbacks are the size - it is a large light - covers the entire 2 socket outlet no matter if you plug it in the top or bottom socket. Also if you look at it straight on the light is very blinding since it uses a mirror to strengthen the LED lights. Another inconvenient thing is that the photocell to sense daylight to turn off the motion sensor light when it is bright outside is a bit weak - even when I can see clearly, it turns on - but the photocell does work when I turn on full overhead lights. There is a dusk to dawn mode but I would prefer for it to not turn on during the day when using the motion sensing option. Other than that, I love the energy savings.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Neil Dewitte VINE VOICE on October 20, 2007
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This Maxxima 2-LED nightlight is a good choice for those who wish to save energy over the traditional incandescent light-bulb nightlight. Of course the light is a bright white color instead of a warm yellow that you can get from an incandescent bulb. But it stays cool and uses a lot less energy.

This nightlight is excellent at sensing motion and coming on only when needed, should you choose this setting. The glass front is frosted to help keep the LEDs from being piercingly bright. If you must plug your nightlight into an outlet, I would recommend this nightlight.

If you would like something a bit more compact, consider Maxxima's 3-LED nightlight, which is smaller and even brighter (but requires batteries as it cannot be plugged in.)

My chief two complaints about this 2 LED nightlight #1 - it is large and covers both outlets on a standard AC/DC wall outlet. #2 - this nightlight can also operate on batteries, but NOT rechargeable batteries.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 3, 2006
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Great product for places with no outlets. The range is average, so if you are going to use it to light a stairway ( like I did ), then you will need to get two. One for the top of the stairs and one for the bottom.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Arlen on December 2, 2008
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Bought 3 of these units a year ago - don't waste your money on these units. The LED lamps do not last. The first unit's two lamps went out after 3 months, the 2nd unit has one lamp out, and the 3rd unit's lamps are going dim. We purchased these to save energy and get the benefit of the long life hours of the LED lamp technology. Forget the long life of the LED lamps, it's just hype at this point. The sensor part of the unit works well but that part is worthless without the lamps working.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Desmo on October 17, 2006
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Unit is large (covers 2 outlets) and the range is not that great (not very bright). Else it works well.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 13, 2008
We ordered three of these sensor lights to help light a stairway at nighttime. When we received our package, one of the lights did not work at all. Within a month, the second one also quit working. When we called to ask if they would replace them, we were informed that sure they'd replace them, but we would have to pay all shipping fees. They sold us duds but we were still responsible for shipping??? Within 3 months of receipt, the third light quit working as well.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jack (NMI) Stecker on November 9, 2006
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I got 2 of these and they are great. I use them as a night light, emergency light and a tent light when I'm camping. It works great keeping critters away from you camp. I put one in the tent as a light and put the other outside aimed at my cooler and food. If you have ever been raided by a bear/racoon/etc. you can appreciate this. It would be a great product at twice the price. Good company. I highly recommend it.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Cato on December 3, 2007
First rate product. I've used mine for over a year on both AC and battery. One took a direct hit from a mismounted fire extinguisher, shattering the plastic less. However, the body keeps soldiering on.

This model has both a light sensor and a motion detector. Both need to be triggered for it to work. Nicely, therefore, when you pass it during the day time, it does not go on. Note also that it operates on both AC and battery (3-AA cells) , which gives you a lot of flexility in placement.

Complaints that it covers both outlets are correct. However, if you buy a 1' extension cord, used as an extension for power adapters (sold, for example, at cyberguys and maybe here), you can stand the light on the floor and use the other outlet.
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