LED Spotlights Use Radio Frequency Connectivity

Wireless Environment introduces the Mr. Beams LED Spotlights featuring NetBright technology that uses radio frequency connectivity to link multiple Spotlights on one network.Wireless Environment introduces the Mr. Beams LED Spotlights featuring NetBright technology that uses radio frequency connectivity to link multiple Spotlights on one network.

Wireless Environment introduces the Mr. Beams LED Spotlights featuring NetBright technology that uses radio frequency connectivity to link multiple Spotlights on one network.

Wireless Environment introduces the Mr. Beams LED Spotlights featuring NetBright technology that uses radio frequency connectivity to link multiple Spotlights on one network.

Wireless Environment introduces the Mr. Beams LED Spotlights featuring NetBright technology that uses radio frequency connectivity to link multiple Spotlights on one network.

These bright LED wireless motion sensor NetBright Spotlights offer a solution for security and safety applications for home or professional use. The Spotlights utilize energy-efficient LEDS, which provide a year or more of outdoor lighting on one set of three D-cell batteries.

NetBright technology uses radio frequency transceivers to allow the lights to create a private wireless communication network and operate in coordination with other lights in the system.

When one Mr. Beams NetBright Spotlight detects motion, it automatically illuminates and sends an “on” signal to other spotlights in its network, triggering them to illuminate as well. The last unit to detect motion will turn off after 30 seconds of inactivity and send an “off” command to the other units, thus turning all of the lights in a group off at the same time.

Each Mr. Beams NetBright Spotlight provides 200 lumens of energy-efficient light, with each set of three D-cell batteries providing up to 5000 activations. Each light is equipped with four channels, creating separate networks that, for example, permit spotlights mounted on the rear of a building to operate independently of lights located on the side of the building. Up to 50 spotlights can be connected on each of these four channels within one NetBright network, and they can operate at a range of up to 200 feet.

Plus, like all Mr. Beams LED Products, the NetBright Spotlights are wireless and do not require an electrician for installation. Mounting is simple and takes less than five minutes. Place them anywhere you need bright light: on a house, garage, or barn, or even on a tree or post—no wiring needed. The NetBright Spotlights offer the ideal solution for complete perimeter lighting for large areas around the home or office. The Spotlights are designed with tight water-resistant seals and UV-resistant material for operation in all weather conditions.

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