Heath Zenith Heath / Zenith Heath/Zenith SL-4175-AC-A 150-Degree Motion-Activated Lexington Style Decorative Lantern, Copper
Motion activated nighttime lighting which detects motion up to 30 feet away. Antique copper metal construction with clear beveled glass. Weather resistant finish. Uses one (100 watt max) medium base incandescent bulb (not included). Patented DualBrite two-level lighting technology. 2 year warranty. The SL-4175-AC features 150 degree motion detection up to 30 feet away. The lantern has clear beveled glass and is constructed of metal with a weather resistant finish. Uses 1 medium base incandescent bulb (100 watts max - not included). Features include DualBrite two-level lighting. Meets Energy Star requirements.
Heath Zenith Heath / Zenith SL-4192-WH Six-Sided Die-Cast Aluminum Lantern, with Beveled Glass
Motion-activated lights are convenient and energy efficient, but they can be a little bulky and awkward to look at-in the driveway is fine, but you wouldn't want to put one on your porch. Unless it's one of Heath Zenith's porch lights, that is. These products give you the best of both worlds, combining motion-activation and traditional outdoor-light design. The SL-4192 is a six-sided wall-mount lantern that includes a hidden motion-sensing device that detects movement in a 180-degree radius up to a distance of 30 feet. You can set the light timer to one, five, or ten minutes, and the sensor itself may be adjusted to give you more or less sensitivity (so it doesn't light up every time a car drives by). The weather-resistant aluminum construction means it's going to look good for a while, too. This model also features "Dual Brite" lighting, which means you can use it for low-level accent lighting in addition to the full-light effect you get with motion-activation. An included timer allows you to set low-light mode for three hours, six hours, or dusk to dawn (an automatic photocell deactivates the unit in daylight). You can also turn the light on and off at will via the manual override that mounts to an existing indoor switch. If you're looking to save a little money on outdoor lighting by installing a motion-detector, this is a great option that won't look out of place. Requires one medium-based bulb of up to 100 watts (not included).