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Looking for a wall motion switch that has a 180 degree side view

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Try the GE Motion sensing switch found at Wal-Mart on the electrical asile. I believe it is made by JASCO Products. I use this is my garage and closets without an problems.

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What you need is a motion switch that is rated for flourescent lights, such as this :-( :
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