Ask the Expert – Security Sensor Lighting – Messenger Newspapers 22/3/17
Question 1: I’ve got an old security floodlight with a globe that seems to need replacing every winter. What should I do?
Answer: Think about upgrading to the latest LED technology. While lasting much longer than the old halogen globe, which relies on a rubber gasket for waterproofing, they use less power.
Q2: Do they have a sensor or is that another thing I have to buy?
A: We can supply and t a compact, lightweight but powerful LED security sensor floodlight with an integral microwave sensor. You will be surprised how inexpensive it is to run.
Q3: Can I get away with one bright spotlight?
A: We recommend using several LED sensor lamps rather than one big spotlight to reduce glare and large shadows.
Q4: Isn’t this going to cost a lot of money?
A: Not if you let us help you choose where you t the lights. Remember, as well as providing security, sensor lighting entry areas, pathways and garage doors ensures safety and convenience.
Contact Sharpe for more information.