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Defiant Wireless Indoor Motion Activated Light Control
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Defiant

Wireless Indoor Motion Activated Light Control

$23.95 /each

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Plug in an electrical device into the 200-Watt Indoor Wireless Plug-In Motion Activated Light Control to have it turn on when movement is detected. Great for turning on lights in the dark, this wireless light control offers a 100 ft. range from the motion sensor to the plug-in adapter, where your light is plugged in. This new design provides the ultimate in convenience, safety, security, and up to 80% in energy savings based on usage. With a 110˚ motion zone and 25 ft. range, this light control can sense motion easily across large rooms and long hallways.

  • On when motion detected, off after 1, 2, 5, 10 or 20 minutes
  • Position the wireless motion sensor on a table top, shelf or wall mount
  • 110˚ detection zone
  • ETL listed for USA and Canada
  • For indoor use only
  • Auto setting allows user to activate light during daylight and will stay on for 5-minutes, or until motion stops

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Can two of these operate in the same house?

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Valdese, NC
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January 15, 2016
I like the first one I bought so well I bought another one to control a lamp in another room. The problem is that when one of the two motion detectors gets tripped, it turns on both lamps. Apparently the transmitter/receivers are on the same frequency for both units. I can't find a switch or anything to change that.
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August 23, 2016
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as of 8/2016, there are no dip switches to change frequency. I had to return one for the same problem.
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July 12, 2016
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YES if there are user serviceable 'DIP switches' inside the units to change the communication code between units. DIP switches are sometimes under a seperate cover or near the battery compartment. DONT CHANGE ONE UNTIL YOU SEE BOTH SETS (sender and reciever) OF SWITCHES.
The other way is to NOT buy them at the same time and same store
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Wyoming, Michigan
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April 26, 2016
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Yes I have one in my living room and one in the kitchen, My house is open concept 746 square feet.
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Valdese, NC
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January 28, 2016
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I can not get two of these to operate independently in the same house. Tripping one turns both lights on, no matter which one is tripped.
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January 27, 2016
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Yes, two of these can operate in the same house.
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What is power source for motion detector?

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August 7, 2015
Batteries (what type) or plug-in?
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April 26, 2016
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Battery The door is hard to see. Battery is included.
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Port St. Lucie, FL
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March 22, 2016
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Batteries in the sensor/sender. A/C outlet for the receiver.
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Raleigh, NC
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August 10, 2015
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This wireless motion driven power outlet control comes in two units: The power outlet and the sensor unit.. The sensor is powered by two AAA batteries that are included. The electrical outlet is powered by AC, which it plugs into. This is not necessarily a light control; it is an outlet control. What is being turned on or off is determined by what is plugged into the outlet!
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Raleigh, NC
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August 9, 2015
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The power source for Defiant Wireless Plug-In Motion Sensor is battery power in the form of two AAA batteries that are provided with the unit. Be sure to remove the clear plastic tab under each battery to activate the sensor unit.
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Raleigh, NC
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August 9, 2015
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The sensor is powered by 2 AAA batteries that are provided. I've had this in service operating a garage light fixture (LED fluorescent type) so lights come on when I enter the garage from inside my home and the light turns off shortly after I exit.
I have the wireless sensor set to "Auto" and have the sensor fastened to the wall that faces the door. observed that there's a 1-2 second delay before the
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The sensor is powered by 2 AAA batteries that are provided. I've had this in service operating a garage light fixture (LED fluorescent type) so lights come on when I enter the garage from inside my home and the light turns off shortly after I exit.
I have the wireless sensor set to "Auto" and have the sensor fastened to the wall that faces the door. observed that there's a 1-2 second delay before the light comes on after I enter the garage, which is tolerable. Once I have exited the garage the fixture turns off within a few minutes. As long as I am moving around in the garage the light fixture stays on. Very satisfied so far! I am hoping this one outlasts it's less sophisticated predecessors by a long shot.
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Will the Sensor still communicate to the plug in a cabinet

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January 27, 2016
I'd like to use this for lighting in my pantry cabinet. If the motion sensor is inside a closed cabinet/pantry, will it still communicate with the plug since they obviously won't be in direct line of sight with each other?
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Is the plug in the pantry as well? I'm assuming so. The units do not need to be in line of sight to function. I have the sensor on one floor and the plug on the second floor in another room. works great!
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July 12, 2016
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depends on what cabinet is made of and distance between units
closer is better, line of sight is best
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As long as the cabinet isn't steel, no problem. A steel cabinet would block the wireless signal.
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If the sensor and the wall plug-in don't seem to communicate, how can I troubleshoot?

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Olympia, Washington
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July 14, 2015
I've returned 3 out of five of these units, and the two I still have are very sporadic.

Should the green light on the wall plug-in be steady, or blinking?
When then blue light inside the sensor downibrz
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These will not work in daylight unless the switch is set to "auto". To test the unit, see below.
There are actually more controls on the sensor than what is written on the face around the dial. I initially had this problem and rotated the switch too far past "auto". well low and behold it's unmarked but that's actually an on/off switch!
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These will not work in daylight unless the switch is set to "auto". To test the unit, see below.
There are actually more controls on the sensor than what is written on the face around the dial. I initially had this problem and rotated the switch too far past "auto". well low and behold it's unmarked but that's actually an on/off switch!
Make sure the plastic tab is removed from the battery compartment of the sensor. You should see a blue light when motion is passed over it. If you have a blue light, put the plug into a receptacle.
Turn the dial on the sensor past auto to the 9 o'clock position.
Wait about 5 minutes and the green light should go green. Read Less
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check the batteries
check dip switches are in the same position on sender and receiver
Should the green light on the wall plug-in be steady, or blinking? don't know I would assume steady
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Obviously I have no way of knowing what's the issue with your device but my experience might shed light on yours. At first, I thought mine was not working because the light did not come on after I installed both units and waited 15 minutes for everything to settle down before entering the zone where my light should come on.
The problems were two: I had neglected to remove the two clear plastic tabs under
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Obviously I have no way of knowing what's the issue with your device but my experience might shed light on yours. At first, I thought mine was not working because the light did not come on after I installed both units and waited 15 minutes for everything to settle down before entering the zone where my light should come on.
The problems were two: I had neglected to remove the two clear plastic tabs under the batteries that were preinstalled in the sensor unit, keeping the batteries from contacting their terminals. Also the front panel switch on the sensor was in an unlabeled place so I rotated it to "Auto". It's been working ever since but I've only had it a day. So far I am very impressed. Good luck with yours!
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Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 34 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bought and returned twice I bought one of these that semi-worked on day one; day two it wouldn't come on though it detected motion. Exchanged it for a different one because I noticed a dark splotch on the sensor window which I thought might be a defect. The second one had the same splotch defect and never once did it signal the receiver that it had detected motion; returned it for a refund. If anyone has found a good item/product that detects motion and operates consistently I'd buy it in a heart beat. Post it here. June 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Problem, returned itm Returned the first and then the second. Both packages had been opened. This may be a store problem, it a product problem. Didn't want to waste anymore time on this item. Would have liked the auto on/off, but will stay with a regular wall switch. October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great for my application I bought some expensive car themed neon signs for my garage. Trouble is that I had to manually turn them on by either plugging them in or pulling on a cord switch. I found that I wasn't using them very much. However, thanks to this relatively inexpensive wireless motion detector system, every time I go out to the garage, they snap on automatically. Even when taking out the trash, it's kind of fun to see those light up. March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wireless Motion Detector I bought this to work with a fan for my horse so far I have no complaints. The fan turns on when you are about 10 feet away from it and continues to run until it no longer senses any motion. Works just the way I wanted it, too. This way I don't have a fan running 24/7 and it's a big help with the electric bill. August 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by don't bother Touts a 100' range from the sensor to the switch; 5' is more realistic. After being activated the switch is supposed to turn off after a set time. I set it for 5 minutes and the device remained on indefinitely. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works great I have this operating my bathroom fan for two years now. Had no way to put a switch in the wall to operate a fan. Had electricity in the attic so just plugged it in and plugged in the fan. Placed it so it just goes on when toilet is used. Have it set for 5 minutes unless have company. Haven't changed the battery yet. Just works great. July 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works fine! Using this to turn a vent fan off and on in my cats' litter box area. It reliably turns on when the cats do their business and off after the set time. Sensor is in their box area and outlet is on the other side of the wall under the stairs. June 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I Don't Recommend This Sensor I have picked up 3 of these units, and so far two have been returned. The first would not turn on the light even when in total darkness. The second turned the light on inside a closet and it would never turn off. One is working partially. I may try the covering of the light sensor as has been mentioned before. I will be looking on the internet for a better unit. May 2, 2016
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