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Security Lights

LED Security Lights

LED security lights are an energy efficient way of keeping your property safe after dark. They are available in various colour temperatures and switching options, from lights that use a basic on/off switch, to motion-sensitive security lights. LED security lights are easy to install, long lasting and reliable.

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  • Lyyt LED Solar IP44 Security Light Daylight Black Image 1
  • Lyyt LED Lyyt Wireless LED Motion Sensor Black Detachable Torch 1.8W Daylight Image 1
  • Solalite LED Solar Security Light Black Image 1
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  • Ledvance LED Solar Security Light DoorLED Silver Sensor Image 1
  • Ledvance LED Wall Light Endura Style Wide 12 Dark Grey Image 1
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  • Ledvance LED Wall Light 13W Endura Style Mini Spot II Warm White Dark Grey Image 1
  • Ledvance LED Wall Light 13W Endura Style Updown Puck Warm White Dark Grey Image 1
  • Ledvance LED Wall Light 8W Endura Style Mini Spot I Warm White Dark Grey Image 1
  • Ledvance LED Wall Light Endura Classic Bold Black Image 1
  • Lyyt LED Solar Motion Sensor Security Light Daylight Image 1

A good security light is an easy way to deter would-be intruders and keep your property safe.

They are available in a variety of colour temperatures, with different brightness levels and switching options, and as they are LED lights, you can rely on them to work for years.

A floodlight with a simple on/off switch is a basic but effective option, but it means you have to remember to switch it on and off. If you want peace of mind that the security light will work when you need it - even if you're not around - a PIR motion-sensitive or 'dusk-till-dawn' light is ideal. Motion-sensitive lights only activate when the sensor detects a presence, while duak-till-dawn lights activate when light levels drop to a certain level (e.g. as the sun goes down), and switch off again when it gets light enough.