Mr. Beams MB702 Wireless Motion-Sensing Mini Stick-Anywhere LED Nightlights, Small, White, 2-Pack
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- Bright LED light with minimum power consumption. Each LED nightlight runs on 4-AAA batteries. Contains Two (2) MB700 Light Fixtures.
- Motion sensor turns LED-light on and off automatically only when motion is detected. Activates only during darkness to conserve energy.
- Wireless stick anywhere LED light with 15 lumens. Includes built-in light sensor to conserve battery life. 20 seconds of light per activation.
- Motion detection at up to 10 feet. Simple wireless installation in minutes. Perfect as an LED night light, stair light, path light, or step light.
- Compact motion sensor LED light. Sticks easily to walls, in bathrooms, and on staircases using included double sided tape or screws.
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I waited a while before reviewing because I wanted to make sure they worked properly. As I stated above they work great, but I now have a problem. The batteries need to be changed in a couple of them and I'll be danged if I can get them open to change the batteries. The lights are stuck to the wall on the side of the staircase and pressing in on the side of the case and pulling up does not open them. I'm afraid if I pull any harder it will rip the sheetrock paper. I'll figure it out eventually. Other than this problem I'm satisfied with the product.
07/01/2017 - Ok, here's an update: I finally had to (very carefully) pull the lights off the wall. Upon doing so I found that in order to open the case to change batteries you have to pull down on the outside case so that it slides open. My problem was that I had put them too close to the staircase trim so it was impossible to push down on the case. My fault totally I should have realized this when I initially put the batteries in. I will try to come up with a better way to mount them (Velcro maybe?).
I have therefore changed my rating to 5 stars since my original 4 star rating was based on my own stupidity.
These are really good to have in low-traffic areas, where you occasionally need a little light (closet, cupboard, above your circuit breakers). If placed in a high use situation (for example, where the pet walks past many times per night), you'll be forever replacing batteries.
Things that would make this motion light better:
1. Easier opening to replace batteries
2. Adjustment for motion sensitivity
3. Adjustment for daylight sensitivity
4. Adjustment for duration of light activation
Yes, I know that 2, 3, and 4 would increase the cost... but if it could be done without much increase, it would go from good to awesome!
1. I found the light was too bright and white so I taped some red craft paper over the lighted area. Now it doesn't blind me.
2. Constantly changing the batteries can be annoying, so I modified it to use an external power supply. It uses 6 volts, measured at a modest 35mA when the lamp is on, and tiny 0.06mA when the lamp is off (and just looking for motion). Thus I found a 6V 200mA transformer from Jameco (p/n 19052) and a 2.1mm inline jack (p/n 159611) and soldered an auxiliary cable into the Mr. Beams so it now runs on AC power. (By wiring in parallel to the battery circuit, it can still be run by batteries OR by the AC adapter, but never both at the same time.)
We live on our sailboat and have changed all of our lighting to LEDs. There are a few places where its inconvenient to pull wires if we want a new light and we have tried a couple of Mr. Beam products that have worked out very well for us. The long battery life that results from Mr. Beam's designs means its not worth drilling holes and spending lots of money on marine grade wires so we can install a light that works off ship's power.
I bought these little lights because we needed some light for a ice chest type refrigerator (Engel) that we us for sodas and beers.
At night we always had to grab a flashlight when looking for a soda or a beer to make sure we got what we were after. It seemed like it would be convenient if we had a light that went off an on automatically when we opened the little fridge.
This worked OK when we first installed it but the sensor beam was a bit too wide and the light was always going on when people walked within a couple of feet of the light.
So I fashioned a little hood, from aluminum foil, for the sensor that restricts its field of view and now the light only comes on when someone lifts the lid of the little fridge and puts his or her hand in the path of the restricted beam. The daylight sensing feature still seems to work fine as the light only turns on at night.
Ill include a couple photos that show how well it works for this application.