Motion sensor porch light fixture – is commonly used to turn on a light when a person moves in front of it, so that task is automated, and also in most cases serves as a safety method, because if the sensor is located in the Entrance of the house, and the one who enters is an intruder, when the light comes on he will think that they saw him or heard him and he smiles. Exterior lights with sensors provide a level of security to your home. The sensor turns on the light when it is dark at night, helping to scare away teasers and stealthy thieves. And what’s better, since the sensor is an integrated part of the lamp, no additional wiring is required for installation.
Disconnect the power from the circuit where you are going to work. Never work on an active electrical circuit motion sensor porch light fixture. If they are not already peeled, insert the black and white wires into a wire stripper, one wire at a time and remove 1/2 inch (1.27 cm) of insulation from each wire. Remove 1/2-inch (1.27 cm) of coating of black and white wires from power line to lamp location. Hold the black wire of the lamp and the black wire of the power source so that the bare ends are parallel. Slide a wire nut over the bare wires and rotate it clockwise until it is tight.
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Wrap a piece of insulation tape around the base of the wire nut and both wires. Hold the white motion sensor porch light fixture wire and the white power cable so that the bare ends are parallel. Slide a wire nut over the bare wires and rotate it clockwise until it is tight. Wrap a piece of insulation tape around the base of the wire nut and both wires.