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  1. Maccas
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    Hi
    I’m after some recommendations for the above.
    Cheers
     
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  3. Maccas
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    Cheers Pete
    But I’m looking for something I can get from the UK.
     
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  5. Maccas
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    Have you installed one of these?
     
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    I think he has a stutter, and searching through the link posted and the history brings up some interesting results no wonders the hands are a trembling.........
     
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    No, we sponsor them forum and sell the item item in the link. If you have a question please ask. I'll do my best to answer.
     
  8. 123
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    123 Electrician's Arms

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    Why does it need to be 30W?

    LEDVANCE 20W Pir fitting is just under 2000 Lumens and a great job. For bigger areas the 50W is just under 5000 Lumens and a great job. They are slimline fittings so don't look too bad on the wall either.

    Probably not relevant to most, but the main body of the fitting is plastic, so it's not going to rot as much in coastal areas.
     
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  9. Murdoch
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    I would say just try and find one with a 3 year warranty ....
     
  10. 123
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    Will Enlite be doing a slimline PIR Floodlight anytime soon? They have done slimline floods for quite for time but seem to be stuck with this bulky PIR version
     
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    123 Electrician's Arms

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    LAP do a 3 year warranty, I wouldn't touch that crap. A lot of terrible brands do long warranties, it's not always a guarantee of something being good.

    A 3 year onsite warranty is something totally different and (sadly) very rare!
     
  12. loz
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    lumineux fittings are fantastic
     
  13. Matthewd29
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    Osram are doing great floodlights at the min in my opibion
     
  14. 123
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    Ledvance is Osram owned
     
  15. Matthewd29
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    Apologies I didn't read it properly!
     
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    Challenger with there 5yr warranty, not cheap but no combacks!!
     
  17. Maccas
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    Maccas Active EF Member

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    Anyone installed Luceco?
    I’ve been told the 22w with pir is a great fitting.
     
  18. stefan888
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    my recommendation is to avoid using PIR. Microwave sensors are the future. they last 4 times longer than PIR and more importantly they are accurate

    they have adjustable settings (detection range , on off time and integrated photocell)
     
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