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I have a friend who owns a small garage who as asked about some kind of lighting outside. He currently has a couple of 500w pir lights, one over each entrance, which he would like to change to a lower wattage lights but equally give out good light. He also wants it to be switchable when a customer comes round on the dark winter evenings but still work on the pir and give out instant light after hours as the entrance is down a dark lane.

Any one recomend some lights i could show him?
Thanks.
 
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mickys86

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I'd recommend changing the plan altogether. 70w son/hqi and put on a dusk til dawn
 
Have a look at the led pir security lights. Ticks all your boxes, cheap, lw, same size, no extra cable work needed, switchable. About £30 each, sounds like you have a great option with them.
 

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Agree with Paul, for an entrance you do not need 500W halogens you could have 150W halogens and the 10/20W LED are about equivalent to this.
Long life no lamp changes can't lose.
 
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sedgy34

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Go with led matey
 
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ample current

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thanks for your suggestions
 

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