Grote dome lamp is motion-activated

April 1, 2009
Grote Industries announced the latest addition to its LED WhiteLight product line. The new, low-profile S100 LED surface-mount dome lamp features built-in

Grote Industries announced the latest addition to its LED WhiteLight product line. The new, low-profile S100 LED surface-mount dome lamp features built-in infrared motion activation, eliminating the need for installation of an independent switch.

Engineered for durability using high-impact, UV-stabilized polycarbonate material, the dome lamp features moisture-resistant construction and a sleek, low-profile (15.0-mm) surface-mount design with run wire channels allowing quick, neat installation. The lamp utilizes the latest surface-mount LED technology, providing bright, 300-lumen output with low power draw and minimal heat generation.

The lamp is activated using a passive infrared motion sensor located in the lamp body. The sensor is calibrated to recognize the heat signature unique to humans, and when it detects movement by a person within 5 meters, it will immediately turn on. The lamp will remain on as movement continues.

Additional details, specifications, and operation information on the new S100 LED surface mount dome lamp (part # 61411), are available at www.grote.com. Also available is information on the new S100 LED surface mount dome lamp without motion detector (part # 61391), an option for retrofit applications where manual switching is desired and where there is existing wire already in place.

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