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Attach a ceiling light anywhere: in your closet, stairway, attic, basement, utility room, porch, gazebo, garage or shower. Mr. Beams offers simple installation with no wiring and no electrician needed.
Tight seals and weather-resistant materials allow a Mr. Beams ceiling light to work in all weather conditions.
Mr. Beams MB982 ceiling light turns off automatically after 30 seconds of no motion, conserving battery life.
The ceiling light instantly turns on when it detects motion, and can detect motion from as far as 20 feet away with a of field of motion detection optimized for ceiling mount application.
The bright power LED provides 100 lumens of bright white light. A custom optical design is used to intensify the light by focusing it where it is needed.
The bright LED never needs replacing--it's so efficient that you will get more than 3,200 activations on one set of batteries.
The MB982 from Mr. Beams is a battery-powered, wireless, motion-sensor LED ceiling light that requires no wiring. Simply insert batteries and attach to any surface. A built-in photocell acts as a dusk to dawn sensor activating the motion sensor only after the sun has set or in a fairly dark room. These are fantastic bright indoor and outdoor lights for closets, stairways, attics, basements, utility rooms, porches, sheds, garages or showers. The MB982 is weatherproof for year-round illumination. Attach these ceiling lights anywhere in minutes without an electrician.
Mr. Beams LED lights provide indoor and outdoor lighting solutions where you need them most. Intelligent motion-sensors activate battery-operated LED lights for hands-free lighting. All units are IP44 rated, which means the weatherproof design will satisfy both indoor and outdoor LED light applications. All Mr. Beams LED lights install easily--no wiring, no electricians--so you can be assured of quality LED lighting anywhere.
The MB982 has a photocell inside that activates the LED when it is somewhat dark to conserve battery life. This is often referred to as a "dusk to dawn" sensor because if it is used outdoors, it will start to work early in the evening through to the morning when it starts to get light out. When installed indoors the MB982 should be installed in a space that is fairly dark. It does not have to be complete darkness as the light sensor will enable the light if the detected light level is low (with a light intensity below about 3.5 lux at the light).
To test the MB982 before installation or at any time, it's recommended to put fresh batteries in and take it into a dark room. Leave the room to avoid your motion retriggering it. The light should shut off after a minute or two (the motion sensor may need time to settle immediately after putting the batteries in). When you walk into the room, the motion sensor should trigger turning the light on.
2 x Mr. Beams MB980 motion sensor LED ceiling light, 2 mounting plates, 4 screws, 4 mounting anchors, and user manual.
Perfect to illuminate a dark closet. I love that it has a bright, low energy use LED, and it is motion activated. The light automatically turns off after 30 seconds. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Dad
We have been extremely happy with these. Battery life is excellent and they provide more than enough lightPublished 4 days ago by Edward J Clark
Lights up the whole closet when you just open the doors. It is a nice bright light "without having to wire the closet" !Published 4 days ago by Mitchell R.
Love this light, just wish the batteries lasted a little longer. I converted our old pantry with bi-fold doors to a walk in pantry and we needed light. Read morePublished 5 days ago by A. Swarvar
I have been using this product for just over three months now and I had to replace it's battery every month. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Thomas Lee
We have an old home with limited electrical outlets, so we bought these to light our closets. They work so well for these spaces! Read morePublished 7 days ago by Anne Plahitko