Arlec Danby LED Bunker With Security Sensor

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Product Description

The Danby Bunker Light combines LED technology with the convenience of an inbuilt motion sensor. The Danby Bunker provides the perfect solution for your outdoor areas. When motion is detected the light automatically turns on. The material is weather resistant and the ABS lens ensures long lasting reliability.

  • LED technology
  • Motion sensor
  • Weather resistant IP54

Product Details

Model Name
Dansby LED Bunker with Security Sensor
Model Number
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:214 H:214 L:80
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:220 H:220 L:90
Indoor Use
Outdoor Use
Voltage (volts)
Wattage (watts)
Globe Included
Globe Fitting Type
Adjustable Detection Sensitivity
Adjustable Lamp Head
Detection Range
Range of Motion

Additional Info

Warranty Info


Installation Info

1. Ensure power to the circuit being connected
to is isolated.
2. Remove fixture from all packing materials.
3. Remove outer cover rim by rotating clockwise.
4. Remove diffuser by unscrewing from the
mounting base.
5. Select a suitable mounting position to mark
the screw holes.
6. Drill suitable holes, then feed the supply
cable through the rubber seal on the rear
of mounting base.
7. Before fixing the product in place, seal any
holes in the wall through which the supply
cable passes so as to weatherproof it.
Ensure cable entry hole is properly sealed off.
8. Secure mounting base with supplied screws.
9. Connect the supply wiring to the terminal
block of the fixture, observe the correct
polarities as marked.
- Connect supply active to terminal
marked “L” (or “A”).
- Connect supply neutral to terminal
marked “N”.
10. Wires must not be trapped or crushed
when other parts are refitted. Double check
all connections.
11. Re-fit diffuser and insert cover rim by rotating
12. Clean off any dust and finger marks
from fixture.
13. Energise the circuit and check that the
light operates.
14. Dispose of packaging materials thoughtfully.

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