Indoor PIR light - The Power of ARRSE [tm] required

#1
Am I being monumentally dim (very probably) or is there not a reasonably attractive PIR operated light fitting which I could put up in my hallway in existence?

There are plenty of PIR switches and loads of exterior models, but no mains powered ones that I can find.

msr
 
#5
I am looking to replace the light fitting which I have. I can't believe there is not a suitable light fitting with an integral PIR.
 
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rogermellie

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#6
msr said:
Am I being monumentally dim (very probably) or is there not a reasonably attractive PIR operated light fitting which I could put up in my hallway in existence?

There are plenty of PIR switches and loads of exterior models, but no mains powered ones that I can find.

msr
Pm me your address and i will post you one, it replaces the light switch, is that what you are after or am i being a mong :?
Let me know


Regards,


RM
 
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#13
A lot of childrens stores sell them as a night light...
 
#14
Just as a general question, why the hell do you need a PIR operated light in your hallway? do your limbs and hands not allow you to turn a switch on?
 

napier

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#15
And when you are trying to sneak in discreetly after a session the light will come on
 
#16
Just buy whatever light fitting takes your fancy. Then buy a ceiling mounted PIR switch/ presence detector. Many are low profile or flush fitting. Easy to install, cheap and maintenance free. Very common in offices and communal areas.
 
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