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ELRO BYRES94 4-Panel Wall Lantern with PIR Motion Detector, 100 W, Black

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  • Byron Elro ES94 GLS / 23W ES 4-Panel Wall Lantern with PIR Motion Detector Black,100w
  • Elro
  • Assembly Parts
  • Added home / work place security
  • Weatherproof
  • Corrosion resistant
  • 2-year warranty
  • PIR sensor

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Technical Details
Brand ELRO
Item Weight1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions23.5 x 18 x 21 cm
Item model numberBYRES94
Part Number BYRES94
Area Lighting Classification IP44
Weight 1.2 Kilograms
Number of Items1
Voltage 230 volts
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Cap Type E27 (Edison Screw)
Wattage 100 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB0016UWMEA
Best Sellers Rank 1,686 in Lighting (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 Kg
Date First Available7 Jan. 2009
  
 

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Product Description

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.

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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.

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The light has adjustment for both duration of time on and light sensitivity, although this does mean it takes time to set up. The PIR sensitivity is very good. The recommended fitting height is 1.8 to 2m but I have mine at 2.3m (i.e. over the door) and they still work fine. The casing is really designed for a short bulb but will take larger ones. I am using large 20W energy saving bulbs which do partially extend up into the top but this doesn't detract significantly from their effectiveness. The unit has a switched live (LS) terminal as well as live, neutral and earth. This enables the light to be wired to have an over-ride switch to turn it on - although this isn't shown in the installation instructions. Overall the light is good value considering the low price.
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I purchased two of these with the intention to install one at the front of our house and another at the rear. As it happens, I only needed one when I subsequently (careless of me) realised that the existing light facing our rear garden was already a fully functioning sensor light.

Anyway, less than a month into installing this Byron Elro PIR lamp it stopped functioning. I've used the right wattage lamps and installed it using a qualified electrician. I felt quite glad that I had purchased two, and invited my electrician over to check into the matter. As it turns out, the lamp holder had developed a defect during this short time. He installed the 2nd one and went on his way. 3 weeks into that installation the second lamp has stopped functioning. I doubt I am unlucky with two identical units. And, knowing that there are no wiring issues at my home I would quite confidently put it down to the two units being faulty. A rather poor record for a company manufacturing these units. Will not buy any more, and contacting Amazon as we speak to formalise a complaint. Hope someone finds this useful.
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Overall this is a nice unit, particularly for the price. It is made from a light metal (probably aluminium) that has been lightly coated with a black paint-cum-lacquer; the paint layer has a crusted, rather old-world appearance. There is no bulb but the unit can take both (old) tungsten or low energy bulbs.

Unfortunately it uses the large screw type fitting (compared to the bayonet fitting) that isn't common in the UK, although with a little searching around you'll find suitable bulbs. Also, as reported by others there are four connections in the unit not three. But this is actually a great feature since the unit can now work with one switch (ie, standard on/off mode) or with two different switches (ie, either switch turning on or off the unit). Also (at least in my box) there was a piece of paper show how to wire up the unit in either configuration.

The real downside of this unit for me were the length of the screws -- particular those that hold the wiring box close (the box that is against the wall in the picture). There is only about 1mm of screw showing out of the end. I search the house and found a suitable longer screw that has worked well for me, but it isn't an exact match since the original screws have an hexagonal head to recess them and without this my screws proud. For me and my installation this was okay but it might be different for others. This really shouldn't have been a problem and I'm surprised by the manufacturer, clearly they haven't bothered installing their devices to see if they work in the real world.

Overall then a reasonable good product that was let down by some poor design. It's cheap enough to get and buy screws if you need.
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After spending £200 for an electrician to fit this and another light, I was really annoyed to find that the light would only turn on and off at the switch. Being a clever girl and knowing that 'professional' work men NEVER READ INSTRUCTIONS, I decided to take a look for myself. If you do read the instructions, you will see that there are 2 ways to wire the light, one of which gives a manual over-ride. Luckily I didn't have to pay for another electrician because my clever brother came round and switched the wires and now the light goes on and off and works perfectly well. Be clever, make your electrician read the instructions and you will be happy with this light!
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I never thought I would be writing a good review on this product. For 3 weeks now I have been cursing it and was close to returning it with poor feedback, but I have finally got it working and I am now happy. This is a good product at a good price, but it has the worst instructions I have ever seen. I even got through to Byron in the end and spoke to one of their teckies. There were two main problems..... 1. The secret black hood at the front that hides the PIR adjustments took me days to discover. I found the answer eventually on one of Amazon's reviews. 2. The wiring. There are 4 terminals and only 3 wires! The first time I wired it up all my lights and power tripped out. I then wired it a different way and the light stayed on permanently - i.e. no PIR. Anyway, after a frustrating 3 weeks it is now working well. Byron / Elro - please, please, please get your instructions sorted out - I am not the only person to have mentioned this.
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