|Item Weight||2.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.8 x 4.5 x 9.5 inches|
|Item model number||SL-4132-MW|
|Assembled Height||9.5 inches|
|Assembled Length||6.75 inches|
|Assembled Width||4.5 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Certification||Not Applicable, certified frustration-free|
|Type of Bulb||Incandescent|
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Heath Zenith SL-4132-MW Bayside Mission Style 150-Degree Motion Sensing Decorative Security Light, Matte White
|Price:||$44.32 & FREE Shipping|
- Motion activated nighttime lighting which detects motion up to 30 feet away
- Matte white metal construction with clear glass
- Uses 1 - 60-watt max medium base incandescent bulb (not included)
- Weather resistant finish
- 2 year warranty
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The Heath Zenith SL-4132-MW features 150-degree motion detection up to 30 feet. The lantern has clear glass and is constructed of metal with a weather resistant finish. Uses one 60-watt max medium base bulb (not included). California title 24 compliant.
Designed to provide safety, convenience, and security outside the home, this decorative Heath Zenith motion-sensing security light (model SL-4132-MW) provides reliability and peace of mind at a price you can afford. Offering a classic bayside Mission style, this lantern can be configured as a carriage light, lantern, or coach light. The SL-4132-MW features 150-degree motion detection at up to 30 feet, and it uses one 60-watt medium base incandescent bulb (not included). This model comes in matte white, and it's also available in black.
Studies show that light is the #1 deterrent to crime, and Heath Zenith's intelligent motion lighting fixtures help give the appearance of a startled homeowner turning on the lights to investigate what's going on outside. They also provide convenient illumination when you need it most, whether you're working outside at night or needing to see the steps more clearly to avoid a fall.
Lights are activated when motion is detected, so there's no need to waste electricity by leaving the lights on all night. You can choose between three auto modes — 1, 5, or 10 minutes of illumination after motion triggers the light. However, when constant light is needed, this motion-activated light has a manual override mode that allows it to function as switch-controlled light for constant on, dusk-to-dawn lighting. (If you want to use the manual override, the control must be wired through a wall switch.)
Heath Zenith uses superior pulse-count motion detection technology, which prevents false triggering by reading heat and movement in pulses as opposed to single occurrences. As a result, only substantial motion is detected, such as humans and animals.
What's in the Box
SL-4132 security light with installation hardware and instructions
Originating from the Heath Company, Heath-Zenith has been focusing on intelligent lighting, door chimes, and wireless lighting controls since the 1980s. Today, Heath-Zenith offers a broad selection of specialty electrical products built to meet the needs of today's consumer. The company's products are designed to complement any decor and install with ease for even the most inexperienced do-it-yourselfer.
SL-4132-MW Bayside Mission Style Motion Sensing Decorative Security Light, Matte White
At a Glance
- Can be configured as a carriage light, lantern, or coach light
- 150-degree motion sensing at up to 30 feet
- Turns on lighting when motion is detected, automatically turns lighting off
- Photocell keeps the lighting off during daylight hours
- Uses one 60-watt medium base incandescent bulb (not included)
- Energy Star certified
- Two-year limited warranty
Top Customer Reviews
If we leave the house before dark without leaving the porch light on,
this light comes on as soon as we pull up in our driveway and lights our way
to the front door!
It saves on our electric bill since we don't have to needlessly leave lights on!
All went well, the install was uneventful and we did test it last night after dark and it seemed to work as advertised. I did install a 10W LED Lamp rather than an incandescent as our whole house is moving to LEDs. The savings are tremendous.
I awoke this morning to a flashing light, perhaps one second on and 2-3 seconds off ad nauseum. I have to believe the neighbors must have been concerned overnight but none came to our aid.
Well now it's a regular light for a few days as I ponder its future life at our household.
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The case and housing are elegant and feel sturdy. Very nice and attractive piece but that's all it has going for it. Once installed, the sensor has the light turing on every few minutes. Turn the sensitivity all the way down and regardless of outsight activity, the same thing keeps happening. In an attempt to avoid having a light turn on and off so frequently, I increased the timer (can be set for 1, 5 and 10 minutes of "on-time" after the sensor switches the light on) but it would only stay on for a few moments at a time (not even close to 2 minutes when the timer was set to 10).
My only recourse is bypassing the sensor keeping the light completly on or off, which defeats the purpose of buying one with a sensor in the first place. Because, otherwise it's like a rave on my front porch.
Your light may be seeing its own light, which is activating the daylight shutoff feature. To verify this is your problem:
1) Locate the photocell on the bottom of your motion sensor next to the control switches.Click here to see How to Locate the PhotoCell
2) Cover the photocell with a small piece of black electrical tape. Click here to see theBlack Tape Test
3) Observe the operation of your motion light at night when you switch it to manual mode. If the light works properly with the electrical tape, contact our Technical Service Department,click here to Contact Technical Service and we will provide you with a permanent solution
So after trying the black tape they worked just fine. Mind you I don't have neighbors to cause excess light to affect the photo cell. They were ingenious enough to place the photocell directly behind the light bulb, thereby forcing you to second guess yourself and the product. This allows you, the customer, the opportunity to call their customer service and have the fortune of experiencing their prompt attention to this problem. But seriously, they quickly ( less than 3 mins on the phone) told me they would mail me two light shields and took my information. Would have been 5 stars if the shield came IN the package and I didn't have to look at the black electrical tape hanging from these new lights.