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Byron Elro GLS / 23W ES 4-Panel Wall Lantern with PIR Motion Detector, White, 100w, ES94W
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Stylish wall mounted 4-panel coach lantern with PIR movement sensor delivers all the technology of a modern security light whilst keeping the "period look". Can take upto 100W bulb or 23W energy saving bulb.
Stylish wall mounted 4-panel coach lantern with PIR movement sensor delivers all the technology of a modern security light whilst keeping the "period look". Can take upto 100W bulb or 23W energy saving bulb.See all Product Description
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The sensor adjustment is beneath an eyelid cover on the PIR. Not immediately obvious where it is. You can test it immediately you've wired it up as there is a test setting. Once you know it works ok, wait until dusk to do the final adjustment to set the timer.
A recommendation - put a dob of blu-tak behind each bolt which is used to attach the lamp to the back plate before you fix it to the wall - this will ensure the bolts stick out far enough to enable you to put the nuts on that hold the lantern in place.
The reason I bought it was that it has both a LUX and Timer dial to adjust when it comes on based on the light level (lux) and then how long it stays on for (timer). Just use a small screw driver to turn each dial to make the necessary adjustments.
Works fine with an energy efficient bulb too and I'd recommend it
1) The adjusters for light and time are actually located on the base of the unit where the PIR detector is (the part that screws on to the wall) and you access it by lifting the lid/cap to reveal it - very easy to find.
2) There are 2 live connectors - live and live switch. If you're connecting it in the normal way to a standard plug its the live connector you want. The live switch is for when you want to be able to operate it manually I think but I don't know why you would want to do that - just leave the PIR sensor to automatically detect and light up the lamp.
3) The screws that thread through the black plastic plate to the front of the lamp are very loose and its almost impossible to screw on the bolts to attach the front white cover. This fustrasted me for a while but I evenually got round it by applying glue to the back of the screws just to hold them in position on the back plate (you could use blue tack or something similiar) so they don't move. Then you delicately screw on the 2 front bolts to attach the front cover. As far I'm concerned this was the most (and only) fustrating part but was easily solved!
One thing to note: supplied item does not include any bulb, which needs to be of the "Standard Edison Screw" type.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Being an outside light I would have expected a higher IP rating, time will tell if it stands up to the British weather!Published 26 days ago by trickydicky
Backplate bolts were not long enough, so I had to replace them.
Still working well 18 months on. Read more
Item arrived on time as described easy to set up I am happy with this purchase and would recommend this seller.Published 1 month ago by John
No issues with this - easy to install and does as expected. Plenty of light gets out of this wall lantern which lights up the full garden. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MR L Kirton