Steinel LS 300 S Spotlight, Black, 29.5 W LED Floodlight, 240° Motion Sensor, 12 m Range, 4000 K Neutral White, Aluminium [Energy Class F]
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- The robust outdoor security light illuminates long driveways and large yards with 2704 lm and a neutral white light colour (4000 K)
- Motion detector with 240° detection angle and max. 12 m range can be adjusted if required using the included cover panels
- Individual adjustment of the spotlight head (40° horizontal, 150° vertical), the light duration (10 s – 15 min) and the twilight sensor (2 – 1000 lx)
- High-quality aluminium ensures a high resistance of the floodlight and in combination with the built-in LED system leads to a long service life
- Box contents: mounting material, sensor covers, instruction manual | Dimensions (L x W x H): 186 x 213 x 241 mm | Weight: 1.24 kg | Mains connection: 220 – 240 V/50 – 60 Hz | Item number: 067571
|Dimensions:||18.6 x 21.3 x 24.1 cm; 1.24 Kilograms|
From the manufacturer
Security light LS 300 S
Extremely bright, robust and vigilant: the LS 300 S sensor-switched floodlight. On-demand light for illuminating large areas around buildings. Infrared sensor with 240° angle of coverage and 12 m reach. Light output 2704 lm, colour temperature 4000 K, power consumption 29.5 W. Robust aluminium floodlight head. Available in black or white.
- Extremely bright illumination
- Reliable motion detection
- Pivoting spotlight head
- Individual adjustment of time setting and twilight threshold
Steinel LED System
The LEDs shine in neutral white 4000 Kelvin and extremely bright 2704 lumens. Ideal for large courtyards and long driveways.
Passive infrared sensor
The large 240° angle of coverage ensures reliable motion detection.
Adjusting the detection range
If required, the detection zone can be individually adjusted using the supplied covers.
The range of infrared sensors depends on the direction of movement. With the LS 300 S the range is max. 12 m with tangential movement (parallel to the sensor), which is shortened with radial movement (towards the sensor).