Emergency LED Floodlight with PIR Motion Activation - £226.79 inc VAT
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Emergency LED Floodlight with PIR Motion Activation

Available to order Expected dispatch: 23rd Jul
£226.79 inc VAT
£188.99 ex VAT
Product Overview

Ideal for dimly lit entrance/exits, this 50W LED floodlight contains a 3hr back-up battery to ensure that it continues to light your escape in the event of an emergency. Supplied complete with a separate PIR sensor, the 50W floodlight will activate upon detecting movement and continues to function for 3hrs during a power cut. The die cast aluminium casing and toughened glass lens help to give this floodlight an IP65 rating, making it ideal for outdoor installation.

  • 50W LED emergency floodlight
  • The floodlight will illuminate during mains power failure or when the PIR sensor detects motion
  • IP65 (weatherproof) floodlight
  • Complete with IP44 rated PIR sensor
  • PIR sensor features 180 degree detection area
  • Adjustable 'light-on' time and 'dusk-to-dawn' sensitivity
  • Light output:
    • Maintained/switchable operation: 3006 lumens
    • Emergency operation: 165 lumens
  • Emergency back-up duration: 3 hours
  • Light output:
    • Maintained/switchable operation: 3006 lumens
    • Emergency operation: 165 lumens
  • Green LED power indicator
  • Die cast aluminium construction
  • Toughened glass diffuser
  • UK manufactured
  • Safelincs EXCLUSIVE 5 Year Warranty

Please note: The PIR sensor is supplied separately and should be fitted by a qualified electrician.

PIR Sensor Operation

PIR sensors work by detecting moving sources of heat in comparison to the ambient "background" infrared radiation, for example people or cars going past. The sensor needs to be angled correctly during installation, taking into account any obstacles which may block its "line of sight" as well as any potential sources of rapid change in heat that may trigger false activation. To help prevent false activations this PIR sensor comes with a special material that can be used to cover parts of the sensor, as described in the manual.

In order to suit any use case the sensor also has two variable dials which can be used to alter the "dusk to dawn" daylight sensitivity and light duration, as per the below diagram. The left-hand dial controls the daylight sensitivity of the sensor, referred to as "Dusk Level" in the manual. When turned fully clockwise, to the Sun symbol, the sensor will detect motion and activate during the day while turning it fully anti-clockwise, to the moon symbol, means it will only work during the night. The right-hand dial controls the activation time of the connected floodlight, referred to as "Delay Time" in the manual, and varies from 5 seconds (anti-clockwise) to 15 minutes (clockwise). For example, to turn the floodlight on for 15 minutes when motion is detected after dusk, the right-hand dial should be fully clockwise while the left-hand dial should be approximately a 1⁄4 turn away from the moon symbol.

PIR Sensor Settings Dials

Technical Data

Technical Data

This is the technical data for the Emergency LED Floodlight with PIR Motion Activation.

Weight 2.00kg
Lamp Type 50W LED
Light Output Maintained Operation: 3006 lumens
Emergency Operation: 165 lumens
Backup Duration 3 hours
Back-Up Battery 3.6V 4Ah Ni-Cd
Dimensions (HxWxD) 392x318x105mm

Product Datasheets

The following datasheets are available for this product.

Pricing & Availability

Model Stock Price
Product Code: RLXRTFLOOD Stock Level:
Available to order Expected dispatch: 23rd Jul

£226.79 inc VAT

£188.99 ex VAT

Delivery Options

The following delivery options are available on this product.

Economy Delivery

£4.68 inc VAT - Delivered in 6-7 working days by Hermes

Expedited Delivery

£7.80 inc VAT - Delivered in 5 working days by Hermes

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