A Light Bulb & Motion Sensor in One
The Philips sensor bulb is a new type of LED light with an in-built motion sensor.
- Includes an in-built passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor.
- Available in Warm White or Cool Daylight.
- Uses a standard Bayonet Cap (B22) or Screw (E27) base.
- Stays on for 60 seconds after movement is detected.
The Philips sensor light bulb only turns on after dark and if motion is detected. It has enormous energy-saving potential wherever lights are currently left switched on for hours.
B22 Sensor Light Bulb - Easy to Install & Use
Unlike some other sensor lights that need an electrician, anyone can install this Philips light bulb. That's because it plugs directly into your existing bayonet (B22 or BC) light fittings.
Just plug the light bulb in and flick the light switch back on. Then you can say goodbye to fumbling around in the dark for the nearest light switch.
Energy Saving Light Globe for Safety & Security
Many properties require security lights near their entrance, under the eaves, or driveway. If not carefully managed, this type of lighting can cost a lot to operate. Additionally, 'always on' lighting does not have the same security benefits as a light that turns on when someone is in the area.
With this sensor light bulb, lighting for security or safety will only come on when it's actually needed.
Approximate motion dedecting distance of the Philips sensor light globe.
Motion Sensor Light Bulb Applications
The Philips sensor bulb works best in areas like passageways, stairwells, carports, porches and verandahs. You don't have to worry about switching the light on and off every time you pass through.
On the other hand, it's not appropriate for areas where people stay or sit still (like a lounge room or kitchen). In these areas you would have to keep moving for the lamp to stay on.
The Philips motion sensor light bulb only works in open fittings. The PIR sensor located at the top of the bulb needs a line-of-sight to the movement in the area. It will not work if covered or surrounded by plastic, glass or a lampshade. The LED sensor globe can be used in pendant lights and work lamps but it will only detect movement in front of where the sensor is exposed.
Specifications - B22 LED Light Bulb With PIR Motion Sensor
|Power Usage||8W (equivalent to 60W)|
|Fitting Type||Bayonet Cap (BC, B22)|
|Colour Temperature||3000K Warm White or 6500K Cool Daylight|
|Light Output||806 lumens (Warm White), 850 lumens (Cool Daylight)|
|Light Beam Angle||280°|
|Sensor Activation||Daylight sensor keeps light off during daylight hours. At night, the light turns on when motion is detected. Light switches off 60 seconds after the last movement is detected.|
|Sensor Type||Passive infrared sensor (PIR)|
|Sensor Detection Angle||90°|
|Sensor Detection Distance||8 metres|
|Protection||For indoor use|
|Dimensions||120mm (height) x 62mm (width)|
|Product Identifiers||Philips LED Sensor 8-60W A60 B22 WH / CDL FR ND 1PF/6 (Product Name); 8718699773533, 8718699773618 (Barcodes); 929002400107, 929002400207 (Part Numbers).|
|Further Details||Warm White Datasheet (PDF), Cool Daylight Datasheet (PDF)|
Frequently Asked Questions
Can the sensor be disabled so I can leave this light on?
No - you can't 'override' the motion sensor. However, you can use your regular light switch to switch off the sensor and light when it's not needed.
What other products and options are available?
See our full range of motion sensor lights.
Great product. Nice and easy solution for hallways and garage
Easy to install don’t need an electrician like hard wired motion sensor lights and comes on when motion is detected. I use it on my front porch so I know when someone comes to my house of a night. Also great for when I get home late and the light comes on so I can see what I am doing.
Good quick service. Item was spot on.
Excellent bulb, I use at My front porch, so I always know who's visiting or they get a fright if someone is sneaking around. I highly recommend this product. TROY13...
I bought 2 bulbs, 1 worked and the other was faulty. I was sent a replacement which worked.
lights turned on and off, in the dark, with nobody in the room.
Lights turned off when sitting in the room, obviously we were too still
Hi Stephen, Thanks for the feedback. PIR motion sensors can be triggered on from a variety of heat producing sources including animals, radiators or air exiting vents etc. We don't recommend their use in rooms where occupants will be sitting still, described in the 'applications' section of the product page. If you think yours are faulty please let us know so we can rectify the problem.
We are really happy with our new sensor light from Phillips. I had never heard of them so when I read about them we bought one and couldn’t be happier. Love it :heart_eyes: