Wiring in a lighting sensor to existing outside lights.


Postby Gaspin » Mon Sep 03, 2007 5:42 pm

I have recently installed 2 outside lights which are about 6ft apart and on the same circuit and I would now like to wire in a sensor, so that the lights will activate for a short while when someone approaches them. These lights are on an outbuilding and I do not need to incorporate a timing device or dusk to dawn facilitly but only need the existing manual on/off mechanism. I would like advice on what type of unit to buy, taking into account the above, and how to install it into the existing circuitory.

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Postby BLAKEY1963 » Tue Sep 04, 2007 12:09 am

[quote="Gaspin"]I have recently installed 2 outside lights which are about 6ft apart and on the same circuit and I would now like to wire in a sensor, so that the lights will activate for a short while when someone approaches them. These lights are on an outbuilding and I do not need to incorporate a timing device or dusk to dawn facilitly but only need the existing manual on/off mechanism. I would like advice on what type of unit to buy, taking into account the above, and how to install it into the existing circuitory.

Thanks.[/quote]


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