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Does Utilitech Outdoor motion detector have 120V LED lights

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SOURCE: Heath Zenith #SL-5316 Motion detector light what are settings?

Go to http://www.heath-zenith.com/search.cgi (displays as HEATHCO webpage) and search for SL-5316 ... choose manual below.

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SOURCE: how to wire a cooper industries 6107 3-way motion detector switch

I opened the box and traced the lines to see which are connected
when the switch is turned on and I left the red wire disconnected.

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SOURCE: Paradox 525D Motion Detector wiring up

nc c + - Y G Tmp Tmp

nc and c is relay output normally closed
+ and _ is 12vdc input

Y and G is bus connection

Tmp is tamper output also normally closed

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can you send me a picture of how you wired your switch..its driving me crazy...

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Hampton Bay 7828 Outdoor motion detector lighting for the driveway


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Why is the LED light completely off after the walk test and lockout time?


Yes, it works normally. Things have evolved in the technology of security systems and now it is standard to have any LED turned off on any motion detector (the LED's are now used for walk-testing only), the standard DSC and Honeywell wireless motions also do the same thing.

  • This is a normal function for your motion detector. It's also a great power saving function since most of the current draw on the batteries is when it's transmitting a detection signal so if you're home and moving around it will only transmit every few minutes instead of every second, saving on battery life significantly (up to 5 years on average) but after the 3-minute lockout the passive infrared scans continuously until it transmits another motion signal.
Reason: most burglaries are done by someone who has been there before, if they see the LED then they know the motion will catch them moving in that given spot, then they can "map-out" where it's safe to walk (where the LED doesn't light up) for when they plan to return for a robbery.

You can also make this device "more sensitive" by moving the jumper pin position by the right side battery and having the back mounting plate mounted using the bottom screw presets so it faces slightly downward instead of straight forward.

Helpful tip: Change the batteries every 4 years if you're using Alkaline (dead or not) since the detector was engineered "too energy efficient" and the batteries actually leak and corrode the interior PCB at about the 5-year point on about 15% of the detectors with factory original duracell batteries (from what I've experienced in field service).

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I HAVE A UTILITECH PRO 180 #0205881 AND IT BLINKS WHEN ITS ON


Usually when a motion sensor light blinks LED or otherwise it means that the motion sensor is shot. The light itself is most likely good and for whatever reason you got a bad sensor upon purchase.

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I have outdoor security lights that run on a timer. Are there some that use a motion detector?


Yes, in fact most people have motion-detector activated lighting so they can know if there is suspicious activity outside of their home. Many security companies also offer systems that allow you to operate the lighting at your home from a smartphone or personal computer, which can help save electricity when it comes to outdoor lighting.

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I am trying wire a motion Senior its has 3 wires coming out the back red white black


To connect a separate motion detector to a light fixture (and assuming the fixture uses incandescent or the newer twisted florescent light bulbs), the RED wire from the detector is attached to the black ("hot") wire from the fixture; the WHITE wire from the detector is attached to the white wire from the power source; the BLACK wire from the detector is attached to the black ("hot") wire from the power source. Sometimes the white and black wires from the power source are mixed up, reversed. So it is best to check to determine which wire is actually "hot" (shows voltage in a meter between the wire and the ground wire or the metal box the power wires come from). In general, a colored wire (often black) in the power source, if wired properly according to accepted custom, will be "hot" and 120v in US. The white wire in the power source is called the "neutral" and should be neutral with the ground wire and/or the metal box. If there is another colored wire in the power source (often red) and if it is not taped with some black tape (to indicate it is really a black wire), then it too may be a 120v. hot wire, but it may also be an 120v. hot wire that is 120v opposite the other 120v wire. That is, one 120v wire is 120v+ and the other is 120v- The difference in voltage between these 120v wires + and - is, hence, 220v. If you see multiple colored wires, it is also a good idea to check the voltage between them to know if you are dealing with a power source that entails 220v. In short, you want to know what you are doing, obviously for personal safety, but also to accomplish what you want... to properly connect the motion detector.

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