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Motion Sensor for Landscape Lighting

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SKU:
NHRL-100-MS
UPC:
845631003538
MPN:
06703

Description

Orbit's Landscape Lighting Motion Sensor adds security to your home and increases the flexibility of your outdoor landscape lighting system. Connecting directly to Orbit's 3-Zone Landscape LED Light Controller (86700), the motion sensor can independently activate one or more lighting zones allowing lights to turn on for guests approaching the home without activating the lights of another zone. In conjunction with the controller, the motion sensor saves energy with the ability to program how long the lights are activated. Lights no longer need to stay on all night to provide security and safety for your yard and home. The high-quality passive infrared sensor works both day and night, no matter the weather conditions. It senses both heat and movement up to 40 feet away. The sensor features a 120° motion detection angle that offers superior protection and security. The sensor can also be adjusted to the perfect angle with the pivoting mount.

  • Automatic, motion-activated light control
  • Save energy and money
  • For use with low voltage landscape lighting - maximum 12 volts
  • Mount on wall or on stake
  • 120° viewing angle
  • 40 FT. detection range
  • Stake and 10 power cords included

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