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Motion Detector Light Socket

Motion Detector Light Socket | American Tack OMLC3BC

July 26, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

(Hemco) OMLC3BCmotion light socket

One of the difficulties of motion lights is that they generally don’t play nicely with CFL bulbs. This socket by American Tack is an exception, which makes it an excellent choice for those who put energy efficiency as a priority.

With a compact fluorescent bulb in addition to the motion sensor, this socket becomes an excellent choice for those off the grid. It can be used indoor or outdoor, and would be an excellent way to make sure those pantry/garage lights get turned off.

It accepts CFL, incandescent floodlights, and halogen, up to 150 watts, which gives you a lot of flexibility. The sensor is effective to 30 feet with a 180° detection radius, and the orientation is fully adjustable. The light will stay on for 10 minutes after the last motion is detected.

This is a relatively new unit on the market. Some thought seems to have gone into its manufacture, but if you are looking for something cheaper, or more proven, you may prefer this First Alert motion sensor socket.

Amazon sells the   American Tack (Hemco) OMLC3BC Outdoor Motion Activated Light Control for around $20.

Motion Detector Light Socket


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This little plug in motion sensor light plug isn’t terribly glamorous, but it is so useful it is worth picking up a couple just to have when you need one. Use a motion sensor indoor plug for your Christmas tree, so you don’t always have to go unplug it, use it for fans, lights, radios, and other things you only tend to use while you are in the room. You can even put them on the ends of extension cords to get a motion detector plug right where you want it for a specific task, like shooing the cat off the table with a fan. Use them to light up display cases or bookshelves as someone approaches them. Use a motion light plug for accent lighting for when you enter a room or bathroom at night and don’t want the main lights on.

A motion sensor outlet can be nice in the garage or other outdoor places that don’t get hit with bad weather, this model doesn’t sense passive infrared very quickly when it’s very cold.

The unit can handle up to 500 Watts, which should be enough for most things you would plug into it, but not for the higher powered heaters and air conditioners. It does have a safety fuse, and comes with a spare. There is a duration adjustment on the back (2-6 minutes), and a switch for night or anytime. They’re cheap, and they save a lot of electricity. This is one of those items that more than pays for itself in short order.

You can Get SensorPlugs on amazon.

Motion Detector Light Socket

Cheap Motion Sensor Light Socket | First Alert

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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 as easy to install as it gets. Just twist it into the existing light socket, and twist your bulb into the top. It senses motion in all directions. These lights have been out for many years and are reliable. They also make great pantry lights, since the light only comes on when you open the door, and you can’t forget it on.

You can purchase motion sensor light sockets through amazon here: First Alert PIR720RN Motion Sensing Light Socket

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If you would prefer something more aimable, or you want to use a CFL bulb, you may prefer this motion detector socket by Aerican Tack.