Reliability just might be the most important feature to look for in security lighting. The best motion light I’ve come across is the STL360Q2 by RAB Security. It isn’t so much about sensitivity, or brightness, those are all typical features.
What the RAB lights bring to the table is glitch free operation in modern electrical systems. I’ve had lights where the sensor just quits.... [Read more about this product]
A couple well placed security cameras can be a great supplement to security lights. I try to keep the solutions on this site within the realm of what the average person can purchase and install, and this Logitech Alert 750e Outdoor Master Security System with Night Vision is no exception.
I’ve been anticipating the release of the 750e for a while, and now that it’s finally out, I’m... [Read more about this product]
Outdoor post lighting can be a beautiful and functional path lighting solution, but leaving them on all night creates a lot of light pollution that can irritate the neighbors and uses a lot of electricity. This Heath/Zenith post light motion sensor fits on standard 3″ light posts and converts them into motion lights. This lamp post light sensor is built of solid brass, and like most of their... [Read more about this product]
If you live in a place where there is a large population of June Bugs, moths, etc, they can be a real pain. Most outdoor lighting draws them in in noisy clouds. Motion lights are an improvement, but if the bugs are big enough, they can continuously trigger many of the less fancy models, but there are several things you can do to minimize this.
The first thing you can do is change the spectrum of your... [Read more about this product]
Attic lights, garage lighting and lighting basements are all situations where where a motion sensor light socket can save you a lot of money on electricity. These are places where if someone forgets to turn the light off, it can potentially stay on for quite a while without you noticing. The standard nature of this socket gives you flexibility. It accepts bulbs up to 100 Watts.
This fixture is about... [Read more about this product]
Sometimes you already have the perfect lighting for your home and you just want to add motion sensing functionality. With this DIY motion detector Kit you can make any light motion sensitive. There are a few other such kits out there, but this one has some nice features.
It is designed so you replace your existing wall switch with the one provided (anyone moderately handy ought to be able to handle... [Read more about this product]
If you want the convenience of a motion light welcoming you home and keeping you from fumbling your keys, without the industrial intimidation factor of a dedicated security light, this patio light by Designer’s Edge is a pleasant choice. It is available in pewter (pictured), black, and a nice oiled bronze, as well as white or a particularly tacky polished brass.
This motion light is designed... [Read more about this product]
These motion lights don’t need any wiring into your electrical system, so you can just put it wherever you like and put the little solar panel wherever it will get at least a little light.
The unit consists of a swiveling 36 LED light, a swiveling motion sensor, and a solar panel with a cord that connects into the main unit. There is an on/off button (well sealed) and a duration adjustment.... [Read more about this product]