Osram Sensor LED Oyster Light 25W (300mm) Dimmable


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LED Oyster Light with Daylight & Motion Sensor

This Osram LED Oyster Light has a built-in presence sensor. It's a surface mount ceiling light fitting with the following benefits:

  • Suits low occupancy areas including corridors, entrances, foyers, stairwells, storerooms, and elevators.
  • Massive 90% operational energy savings in most cases.
  • Replace old oyster light fittings that used bulbs or circular fluro tubes.
  • Daylight and movement sensor hidden behind the light's diffuser.

Osram Oyster Sensor Features

Unlike old fashioned oyster lights, the Osram Motion Sensing LED Oyster light is fully integrated. This means that the light source, sensor and light fitting are combined into one unit. Once installed, it is essentially maintenance free as there are no tubes or bulbs to replace.

The Osram LED Oyster Ceiling light has an expected lifetime of 40,000 hours. That's over 20 years when used for 5 hours per day.

How It Works

The light will only activate when it's dark and it detects motion. While there's movement and the ambient light level is below 10 lux, the oyster light will stay on. It will switch off 30 seconds after motion ceases. No settings or adjustments needed.

Looking for regular oyster lights? See our complete range of LED oyster lights and LED light bulbs.

    Specifications - Osram LED Oyster Sensor Light

    Power Consumption 25 watts
    Colour Temperature Cool White 4000K
    Fitting Type Surface mounted ceiling light fitting
    Voltage 200-240 V
    Beam Angle 120˚
    Lifetime 40,000 hours
    Light Output 2,250lm (25W)
    Sensor Range 140˚ detection angle, 5-7 meters from light fitting
    Dimmable Yes - compatible with standard AC dimmers
    Need a dimmer? See LED dimmer
    Dimensions 300mm (diameter) x 48mm (depth)
    Weight 880g
    Material Polycarbonate
    Installation Installation by an electrician
    Warranty 3 years
    Product Identifiers OSRAM LEDVANCE OYSTER LED CEILING SLIM SENSOR 25 W 4000K (product name); 4058075132610 (barcode).
    Further Documentation Specifications (PDF)

    How much power does the motion & daylight sensor use?

    When the light fitting is in sensor mode it only uses 1.5W of power. This leads to an overall energy reduction of about 90% compared to old 'always on' oyster lights.


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