Saturday, April 1, 2023


Replace your RV porch light with one that’s motion activated

Porch lights are helpful not only as a deterrent to unsavory types that might seek to liberate you from your possessions, but they are also a safety and convenient part of your RV. They light up your entryway for night time access, your campsite when it’s dark without having to look for a flashlight, and for identification of who is knocking at your door after dark.

Screen Shot 2016-04-11 at 11.12.38 AMBut if it sometimes annoys you when your neighbor leaves his porch light on for hours when away from his rig just so he will have light for a minute when returning, and which directly in your eyes and destroys your night vision when stargazing, then your neighbor may have the same annoyance from you doing the same thing. You can correct this un-neighborly annoyance (and save battery power) with a motion-activated porch light.

The Fulcrum Motion-Activated Cordless Light detects movement up to 25 feet away with a range of 100 degrees, and activates a bright floodlight that stays on for 30 seconds after motion has ceased. Its powerful 42-lumen light features six super-bright LEDs and built-in photo cells that prevent daytime activation. The Motion-Activated Cordless Light is weather resistant and installs easily without an electrician — ideal for crime deterrence and personal safety.

• LEDs have 100,000-hour life
• Light rotates to illuminate target area
• Photo cell prevents daylight activation saving battery power
• Cordless, no electrician needed
• Mounting hardware included
• Requires 4 C batteries (not included).


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