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Whether you’re safeguarding a home or a business premises, security lighting is one of the more effective measures you’ll take against unwanted visitors. Before investing in security, try briefly adopting a criminal mindset so you can identify vulnerable parts of your building. Look for easy areas of concealment near doors and windows and trim any trees or shrubs that offer a natural hiding place or obscure vision.

As well as good security lighting, consider installing alarms, full security systems, CCTV, perimeter fencing and warning signs. Ensure your locks are sturdy. Sliding glass doors are a common unlawful entry point into homes. To counteract this, they can be fitted with dowel rods, security sensors, and shatter alarms. Screws and washers are sometimes inserted to prevent such doors being hoisted from their frame. BigLiving stocks various products to help prevent intruders and vandals. You can buy the best modern security lights here.

LED Security Lights

LED Security lights combine peace of mind, high performance and high efficiency. When it comes to the actual difference between security lights and flood lights, the edges can be a bit fuzzy, but put simply - security lights are usually the ones that pop on and off by themselves. Standard LED floodlights are generally the ones that are switched on and off manually, providing light when required rather than for a security purpose. Security lights by their nature require the need to illuminate bright light quickly, which can be very demanding in terms of power consumption. This is where LED security lights come into their own. They offer a cheap-running, eco-friendly solution with an eye on the future.

Outdoor security lights with sensor

PIR sensor is used as an occupancy sensor. A PIR sensor is a passive sensor as it senses infrared signal emitted by various objects including the human body. They are used as an alternative to microwave sensors.
PIR sensor houses a pyro-electric sensor. A PIR sensor generates energy when exposed to heat. Human or animal body radiates energy in the form of infrared radiation. Hence when a human/animal comes in the range of a PIR motion sensor, it receives thermal energy and hence motion is detected by the sensor.

Benefits of PIR sensor

  • Detects motion reliably indoors as well as in day or dark.
  • It consumes less energy (0.8W to 1.0W) compared to microwave sensors.
  • They are cheaper compared to microwave sensors.
  • They are good for electrical applications used in smaller and compact premises.