Have no idea , but it’s an led and on the box it said it used 2 bucks worth of electricity in a year, so can’t be much in stand by.
None, hard wired it is off until motion then comes on.
Doesn't go on even with the door ajar about an inch. Only if I open and walk in.
The light is very bright and works very well, and the best feature of all is that I didn’t have to install a wall switch. In my opinion, I’d very much doubt that it could sense the motion of an enclosed agitator.
Hello, I honestly don't know how many lumen it is. I can tell you I bought 3 of them for my closets and they work great and are plenty bright. Very happy with them. I would buy again for sure. Hope this helps you.
Mine is installed on the ceiling, a few inches from the front wall, with the lens facing toward the back and it works great.
Works really well in a 5' x 8' walk-in. Feels like a 100 watt bulb, but long in shape. No switch needed.
Either one should be fine.
The sensor has spotty response to motion below. I usually have to reach up and wave. Plenty bright for me when on. But on for insufficient length of time.