LED PIR Sensor Lamps from SATCO

April 6, 2023

LED PIR Sensor Lamps from SATCO

PIR Screw-Base Lamps

SATCO|NUVO’s screw-base lamps with integrated motion sensor turns any luminaire into a motion-activated light source without added wiring. Conveniently install these lamps to improve safety and security for a variety of applications–ideal for walkways, entryways, and garages. These LED PIR Sensor lamps are wet location rated and available in A19 and PAR38 bulb shapes!

Motion Sensor Activated

Our Bulbs have an integrated motion activated sensor with a 90° viewing angle and a 26’ range. Instant Security lighting, just simply put into existing fixtures!

Dusk to Dawn Operation

These lamps operate from dusk to dawn and can be used indoors or outdoors, ideal for walkways, entryways, and garages.

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