Model # SL-5316-BZ

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Heath Zenith 240 Degree Bronze Replacement Motion Sensor
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Discontinued Heath Zenith

240 Degree Bronze Replacement Motion Sensor

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The SL-5316-BZ replacement motion sensor detects motion in a 240 degree arc up to 100 ft. and includes the DualBrite feature.

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IS THIS A DUAL BRITE PHOTOCELL WHERE IT DIMS DOWN TO ABOUT 25% AFTER MOTION IS STOPPED

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October 9, 2012
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October 22, 2013
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YES.
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October 14, 2012
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Yes, it is. You set the time after dusk for it to remain at half brightness. Only use it with incandescent bulbs.
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October 9, 2012
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Yes, this replacement sensor does have the DualBrite feature.
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Does this sensor include a bulb and does it use standard house current 115 VAC?

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December 11, 2012
Is anything else required for installation?
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October 22, 2013
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Uses standard voltage. Bulbs not included. You may want several larger wire nuts available depending on you wire gauge.
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December 18, 2012
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This is a replacement sensor to repair a motion fixture that has a broken or malfunction sensor or the sensor can be added to a light to make it a motion sensing light. It does not include any bulb or fixture, sold as just the sensor alone. Please check the instruction manual for proper current.
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can this motion detector be used on floresent lights

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October 22, 2013
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I have found most florescent bulbs do not work well with motion detectors. Too long to get bright. Cold weather also slows to intensity.
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May 17, 2012
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The model you are referring to is a replacement sensor for a Heath Zenith Light. This sensor has a feature that provides two-level lighting (DualBrite) to your light fixture which allows the fixture to come on at an accent level for general illumination and then go to full brightness level when motion is detected. Because of this dimming feature to create the two level lighting, an incandescent bulb is Read More
The model you are referring to is a replacement sensor for a Heath Zenith Light. This sensor has a feature that provides two-level lighting (DualBrite) to your light fixture which allows the fixture to come on at an accent level for general illumination and then go to full brightness level when motion is detected. Because of this dimming feature to create the two level lighting, an incandescent bulb is the best choice for peak performance however if a fluorescent is desired, it must be rated for outdoor use and be a dimmable bulb. Performance with any fluorescent will not work as well as an incandescent because of how a fluorescent bulb is designed to work. It takes awhile for them to warm up to full brightness so when used in a motion light, light levels will be dimmer than usual when they first come on and will likely reach full brightness about the time that the motion time out occurs. Read Less
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Is this a replacement for the 5316-A

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Red light is blinking, but lights have stopped coming on. The bulbs have been tested. They are good.
All has been working for years. Thinking I might could just replace the motion detector.l
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It could possibly be the motion sensor. If you need help in trouble shooting, please feel free to contact our technical service team at 1-800-858-8501. Thanks for your question!
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240 Degree Bronze Replacement Motion Sensor is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 21.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from works to control many lights! I have six incandescent lamps on my back porch. I wanted the Dualbrite feature so that they would give a nice glow after dusk and give my backyard added security with the motion sensor. I installed the unit in a conduit box with a single 1/2 NPT hole cover. This attached to the power wires going to the lights, upstream of the switch (that is contrary to the instructions, BTW) At first I was pulling my hair out because the Dualbrite didn't work and the lights would never shut off. But I learned that they only work right if turned on during the day! Otherwise the logic goes into an endless loop. So... Power up the unit only during the day, and it works beautifully.
Date published: 2011-03-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It's junk, but cheap. First one lasted a year, next one 6 months. Died after a rain storm. 10 year warranty my foot. I like that it has the dual-bright feature and it's cheap, otherwise I'd spend a few more dollars and get something that lasts.
Date published: 2012-09-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No quality control Installed it and it is not working per specifications. Range is no more than 5 feet and the 5 minute setting would not turn off the unit (even after 20 minutes of no movement). Manufacturer has no quality control. Now I have to spend my time changing it again!
Date published: 2012-05-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 3rd replacement of same switch --this one was bad right out of the box. Don't buy! Don't buy! I have four outdoor security lights. I have replaced these Heath Zenith DualBrite motion sensors three times, possibly more. I've actually lost track of the number times I've climbed up the ladder. I won't buy another. They're junk. I get two years out of them --at most. The latest unit was bad right out of the box, and never worked. It will be returned and I'll never buy another. Don't waste your money on Heath Zenith. ("Made in China", "Bronze", "DualBrite")
Date published: 2013-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like this too much! After Home Depot's generous 90 day return policy, this sensor has a 5 year warranty. These work. I use mine outside AND inside b/c we tend to leave lights on. Out with light switches & in with sensors for hallways and entry areas. It isn't as sensitive as Leviton ceiling occupancy sensors, so if you forget to move within the user set time delay, you'll have to activate it with quite a bit more body motion than with the Leviton sensors--waving an arm, standing up or taking a step vs moving a hand. But less expensive than the Levitons by about $50. for indoor use it requires a little DIY talent to get it mounted correctly.
Date published: 2012-01-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Replaces similar model I have had prior problems with this unit, sometimes it lasts for only a few months. But they are guaranteed longer, but I never acted upon it. This one works perfectly, and I have no reason yet to believe it won't be the best one I ever had. It is also cheaper than buying on the 'net at HD.
Date published: 2012-01-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great sensor Works great with my lights, I control 7 lights with it at the front of my house.
Date published: 2010-09-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 3 out of 4 worked well over 14 years Installed 500W halogen lamp with this sensor on new house Oct. 1999. Worked well until Oct. 2011 (12 years). Replaced both Oct. 2011. Operation was erratic for 7 days, then began working O.K. Jan. 2014, wouldn't come on, so replaced sensor only. That sensor operated erratically right out of the box. Biggest problem was it would not turn off until dawn. After 14 days, returned unit to the store for an exchange. New one was installed in 10 minutes, set switch to "5 Minutes", and has operated well without having to make any adjustments.
Date published: 2014-03-19
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