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Heath Zenith

Model # SL-6030-WH5

Internet # 100654963

180 Degree Wireless Motion Sensor

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Model # SL-6030-WH5

Internet # 100654963

The Heath Zenith Wireless Command, SL-6030-WH Wireless 180 degree motion sensor adds new flexibility to motion activated lighting. This sensor can be placed anywhere up to 100 ft. away from Heath Zenith Wireless Command receivers to remotely activated lights. Add more than one sensor to increase the motion coverage in other areas in and around your home. The sensor features a wide 180-degree motion detection angle that detects motion up to 70 ft. away and has a selectable 1 or 5 minutes light timer. Choose for the sensor to detect motion day and night or at night only. This sensor can be used indoor or outdoor and requires 2 AA batteries, not included.

  • No wiring required
  • Detects motion up to 70 ft. away
  • Selectable night only or day/night motion detection
  • Mounts anywhere inside or outside

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
3.8 
Product Height (in.) 
3.125 in 
Product Length (in.) 
3.75 in 
Product Width (in.) 
3 in 
Details
Exterior Lighting Accessory Type 
Motion Sensors 
Motion Sensor 
Yes 
Outdoor Lighting Features 
Weather Resistant 
Product Type 
Replacement Sensor 
Product Weight (lb.) 
.54 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Weather Resistant 
Yes 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 Year 

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The Heath Zenith 180 Degree Motion Sensor-Model SL6030 is only pictured in the description,is there another part that screws into the light socket ?

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May 20, 2012
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July 15, 2014
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The SL6030 is for the sensor only. I think you be talking about this. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Heath-Zenith-Motion-Activated-Lamp-Sockets-Control-SL-6026-WH/100654956
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The Heath Zenith 180 Degree Motion Sensor-Model SL6030 is a replacement for the same unit that accompanied the flood light package bought previously. The flood lights themselves have receivers built into them that are programmed to respond to the sensor.
Also, at my house the sensor is out side in the weather all the time and failed after a couple years of service, which was no surprise. With the hope I
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The Heath Zenith 180 Degree Motion Sensor-Model SL6030 is a replacement for the same unit that accompanied the flood light package bought previously. The flood lights themselves have receivers built into them that are programmed to respond to the sensor.
Also, at my house the sensor is out side in the weather all the time and failed after a couple years of service, which was no surprise. With the hope I can get a few more years out of this replacement I took an empty clear plastic container, about the size of a 3 pound coffee can, cut it in half from top to bottom, and mounted it as an awning over the sensor. It should keep the rain and snow off which in turn should prolong the life of the sensor indefinitely and is practically unnoticeable.
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December 18, 2012
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this unit works with a switch that communicates with the sensor
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September 21, 2012
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Not that I know of.
They sell a receiver (Model SL-6012-RX) which plugs into a receptacle. A lamp can then be plugged into the receiver.
For my outdoor lights, The receiver is a wall switch Model 6017 -RX. The Motion Sensor and Wall switch can be bougt as a set ( Model # SL-6051.)
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May 22, 2012
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This is a replacement sensor for an existing Heath-Zenith security light. There are no additional parts needed. It snaps in to the same socket as the old sensor came out of. This sensor does not work with lights that are not Heath-Zenith security lights.
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after detection how long before it resets itself to detect again ?

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I'm not exactly sure but mine seems to reset within 1 minute after my light goes off Stays on while movement is detected.
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The sensor will continue to stay in "detection present mode" until the object of detection leaves the detection area of the sensor. Once no detection is present then the sensor begins an internal countdown that is either the one minute or five minute selection the user has preset on the sensor. If no detection is sensed by the time of the this 1 or 5 minute period expiring the sensor then resets itself Read More
The sensor will continue to stay in "detection present mode" until the object of detection leaves the detection area of the sensor. Once no detection is present then the sensor begins an internal countdown that is either the one minute or five minute selection the user has preset on the sensor. If no detection is sensed by the time of the this 1 or 5 minute period expiring the sensor then resets itself into detection mode. Read Less
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product,Fast delivery I bought 2 motion activated flood light seven years ago. The brand was Remote Home.These sensors work with my lights. I really like these sensors because you can place them in various locations around the yard and trigger the lights. It's better if you locate these out of the weather the best you can. I have mine below the overhang on my garage where the rain doesn't soak them. The 2 AA battery's last about 6 months. I have noticed that when the temperature gets down to zero they may activate for no reason. It takes a little time to get the range and angle that works best but once you have them adjusted they work great. I had one in the tree pointing toward the yard but the rain got it too wet and had to replace it. They are water resistant not water proof. You also need to keep in mind that swaying branches or things that move when the wind blows may activate your lights so position them accordingly. July 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Reliable When Located and Adjusted per Instructions Have had these on the front and back of the house for several years. The back, for the floodlights, has always been very reliable in turning on and off the lights when it should. Finally got the front to work as well with placement of the sensor exactly per the instructions. It was difficult to find a dark mounting location, due to numerous landscaping lights in the front, with the motion going across, rather than toward, the sensor. With proper sensor location, aim and range setting, the front door lights now work great when appraching the door from any angle. Thanks Heath Zenith and Home Depot for a great product. July 31, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Replacement I bought 2 of these sensors to replace the one I had. I had bought the original set - with the 2 receivers that screw in to the existing socket and one sensor - over 6 years ago. The sensor was exposed to the weather and wasn't working anymore. I bought 2 new sensors - one to replace the existing one in front of the garage (the lights are above the garage door) and I put another near the front door so the light goes on as soon as you step out. They've been working great! September 16, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Simple solution to difficult problem This is a replacement for the sensor that deteriorated in the intense sunlight in the front of the house. This is a great solution to keep from having to rewire that light fixture which would have been expensive. The original set up of the full unit which included the wall switch was a bit complex initally, but once set up, has worked very well for over five years. The plastic lens cover is not that durable as eventually it drys out and becomes brittle so you have to be careful not to handle it when changing batteries. I don't know of a good alternative to this unit. March 6, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Battery compartment contact broke off! I was really disappointed that the negative (spring coil end) broke off when I inserted AA batteries. I managed to make it have a mechanical contact despite this problem, however, and the unit is working. Given the brand name and the relatively high price having a basic flaw such as a battery contact that breaks on first use is inexcusable IMO. April 16, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by It worked well for at least 5 years... My Heath Zenith wireless motion sensor began acting up this fall. I put in new batteries and thought all was well, but then realized that the light was NOT coming on at night when guests left after dinner. Put the unit in test mode and it worked fine, going on and off, to show that the motion sensor was indeed working. But it still wouldn't come on when we wanted it most--in the dark. The day/night setting (switch behind the batteries) would make the unit function both day and night, but I just didn't want the darn thing to come on during the day, so I just took the unit apart and cleaned the circuit board and used WD40 on the two switches, hoping that maybe some clean-up of their contacts would restore the night only setting. Not sure of the result yet, but will know tonight and will purchase a new unit if I've failed to restore proper function. December 15, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 180 DEGREE WIRELESS MOTION SENSOR sensor dont work after two month hardly used it .I try every possible way new battery maximum range five minute time . i install write under lite fixture.sensor bleking.its only two month old.i dont know what i am doing wrong. January 25, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quick and easy! I was worried I would be replacing the entire lighting unit and was not sure this was going to work. Thankfully the instructions were easy to follow, I actually read them before I started the project, and it worked the first time I turned it on. thank you November 12, 2013
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