Mystic ‘White’ Traditional Globe Pedestal Light with Photocell
Decorative Dusk to Dawn White Globe Pedestal Light
The Mystic Pedestal Light with photocell is an unusual looking Globe shaped lantern with dusk to dawn technology. It’s ideal for use on walls, gate posts and other raised surfaces. It has a white globe, and a matt black frame, which surrounds the lower half of the Globe, and hexagonal base. The Globe itself is an extremely robust and vandal resistant polycarbonate diffuser. It secures into the external frame by three stainless steel screws.
The frame is made from rust proof Aluminium which is chromate treated prior to painting. This prevents the Aluminium oxidising and the paint then flaking off, as it may do with fittings which have not been treated.
The built in photocell, also known as a dusk til dawn sensor, provides added security to a home or building, automatically switching the lamp on at dusk and off again at dawn. This will make it look as though somebody is home every night, whether they are or not, prevent intruders targetting the property as they will be spotted, and also save energy by switching itself off when enough light is detected and electric light is no longer required.
- Materials: Aluminium / Polycarbonate Diffuser
- Colour: White (Globe), Black (Frame)
- Sensor: Photocell (Dusk til Dawn)
- Voltage: 220-240V
- Max. Wattage: 100w
- Lamp Fitting:) ES / E27 (CE Approved)
- IP Rating: IP44
- Detection Range: 120°
- Ambient Light: <30Lux
- Rated Load: 100W
- Globe Head Diameter: 210 mm approx
Dimensions: 430mm x 170mm
- Additional Information: Chromate Treated
*Please note that although similar in appearance to the YG8000 supplied by another company this is a product unique to Lumena Lights.
RUNNING COSTS: In London there is approximately 4,300 hours of darkness per year, therefore base on the UK average of £0.14 per kWh, the Mystic Dusk to Dawn Pedestal Light costs as little as £1.81 PER YEAR to run when a 3W Lumena LED Candle Bulb is used. Not only this but the lamp will also last up to 30,000 hours (over 5 years), whereas a standard incandescent commonly lasts for only 1000 hours.