When motion is observed, a motion sensor light responds. They can be mounted both inside, on walls, floors, and in doorways, and outside, on the exteriors of buildings and homes. Some motion sensor lights, known as occupancy sensors, work by shutting off lights in empty rooms and spaces. When motion is detected, the sensor activates the light; when motion is no longer detected, the sensor switches the light off. Occupancy sensors are one low-maintenance tool for reducing energy bill charges caused by lights that are left on while no one is at home or in a bed.
This is great when you have a lot of light fixtures at your place and you don’t like to turn them off 1 at a time.
How does it work?
To have a motion sensor light, you first need a motion detector. There are a few different types of motion detectors, such as the following:
- Passive Infrared (PIR)
- Active Infrared (also sometimes called as area reflective)
- Dual technology
Why do you need motion sensor led light?
- Can make you feel like you’re truly living in the futre.
- Is more convenience. Never have to flip thw switch again.
- It also can save energy. When no one’s around, you home will stay dark!
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