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Electrical Q-Site: from Carol

Can I test my motion detector lights during the day time or do I have to wait until it gets dark?


Testing Motion Detector Light Fixtures

Question: Can I test my motion detector lights during the day time or do I have to wait until it gets dark? I would like to adjust the range and sensitivity but I would rather not have to make the adjustments at night time.

This electrical question came from: Carol, from Grass Valley, California

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Dave’s Reply:
Thanks for your electrical question Carol

The Following links will assist you with your electrical question:

Motion Detector Wiring
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Installing Motion Detector and Security Light Fixtures

Installing motion detector lighting fixtures provide security and energy savings and they can easily replace an existing exterior wall fixture.


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