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Bree LED Floodlight

Product Code: BRE-FLOODS

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IP65 Rated · PIR Sensor Floodlight · Black Model · Cool White Light · Choice of 10W, 30W, 50W
Keep your property protected and feel safe with the Bree 10/30/50 watt LED Flood Light. This LED Flood Light features a PIR sensor which can detect motion.

The bright, clear light output given is perfect for dark evenings or when you arrive home late. This light turns on as soon as motion is detected and this in turn will help you to save even more energy as the light will only be illuminated when needed!

Being IP65 rated, this product is suitable for use outdoors in all weather conditions. The rugged casing is finished in black die cast aluminium.

1m cable, hexagonal key and stainless steel screws included. This is a popular choice for use lighting home exteriors, garages, storage or retail units.

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Power Consumption: 10W / 30W / 50W Input Power (v): 100-240V
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Dimmable: No Warm-up Time:
Life Expectancy (hrs): 35000 Dimensions (W x L) mm: 17.5 x 12 x 12.5/ 25 x 23 x 15/ 28 x 29.5 x 17cm
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Product Code: BRE-FLOODS Warranty: 2 Years
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