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With Motion Brite you can enjoy extra lighting when and where you need it, without any switches or wires. It will automatically turn on when you get close and automatically turn off within seconds of your departure. What’s more, using eight LED bulbs, you never have to worry about replacing the lights because they will continue to work for years. Get automatic bright light when and where you need it, inside your home or outside.
The cost of Motion Brite is $12.99 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Motion Brite by paying an extra fee of $6.99 for a total price of $26.97.
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Install the units with ease, no more wires. Just stick it where you want it, then remove it to move it. The easy mounting system makes it simple for you to add or remove lights when you need them.
Rely upon LED bulbs that offer optimum brightness.
Enjoy motion activation.
No longer will you have to struggle with inconvenient lights in order to reach what you need. Never struggle to find the switch or the plug when all you need is the light.
The portability makes them great for emergencies. If you know where they are located in your home, during an emergency you can just remove them from the cabinets or along the stairs and place them where they are needed most.
The brightness of these motion detecting lights is allegedly brighter than a normal light which means it is an eco friendly way to replace normal lights in places like over work benches or in closets. You not only get better viewing, but brighter light for less cost.
Place these lights in a barn or shed, put them under the sink or under a display case for optimum lighting. Stick the lights in a cabinet, under a dark doorway, in your closet, in the kitchen under the cupboards, or in your garage. Don’t forget to put one along the staircase for night time safety.
Use this light in your attic, bathroom, inside your mailbox, or anywhere else. Stick it under cupboards, cabinets, or in closets where you always need to grab things, but your hands always seem to be full. Light switches for places like attic tend to be far out of reach, but now it doesn’t matter where the nearest outlet is.
Due to the fact that this is a motion sensing light, it is really only suited for use in places where you are moving around a lot. If, for example, you put it over a work bench or in a craft area, you might find that as you are working with minimal physical movements, the light turns off. This is because of the way that infrared lights search out changes to infrared energy. So you would end up waiving around or moving around a lot in order to keep the light going.
Naturally, this is an inconvenience in places like under a cabinet in the kitchen where, theoretically you have placed the light to better read instructions or recipes. Once you stop moving and start reading, the light is likely to go out. In such cases, having LED strips that use a switch is actually better for you.
This feature uses motion detection lighting. Motion sensing lights are passive systems which rely upon infrared energy. As such, these sensors are called PIR, or passive infrared detectors. In order to make them detect your presence, they need to be sensitive to the temperature of the human body. Humans have skin which is often ninety three degrees, and radiates infrared energy between nine and ten micrometers. Therefore, sensors need to be sensitive to the range of eight to twelve micrometers. Devices like these are sensitive to motion, but not to people who stand still. Reason being, the electronics package attached to the lights is searching for rapid changes in the infrared energy it senses.
When someone walks by, the amount of infrared energy changes rapidly and can be detected easily. Sidewalks cooling down at night give off slower infrared changes, and since this is not something you want an outdoor light to pick up, the lights are set to pick up fast changes. Infrared energy is a type of light, which means you are able to focus and bend it using plastic lenses. So the sensors inside the light keep their figurative eyes peeling for infrared changes.
Rather than using solar lights, like many motion sensor lights, this unit has LED bulbs. This means that you never have to worry about dull light or inclement weather interfering with your ability to see outside your home. Not having a plug means you can put it anywhere, regardless of where your nearest outlet is, without worrying about unsightly wires in your yard or along your room. What's more, it is longer than most LED, motion activated lights, so it offers a wider span of light coverage compared to the competing lights.
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