Outdoor sensor lights – Light sensors automatically cut outdoor constant supply of electricity for existing light around dawn and restore power in the dark – when the owners need more lighting. The sensors are available in most home repair shops and hardware for only a few dollars, and they vary in functionality from basic on-off sensitivity adjustable timers. Be sure to select the features you need before proceeding.
Install the light sensor for outdoor sensor lights, Unpack light sensor, read the installation instructions, and make sure that all parts are included. Locate the screws holding the hood or housing accessory instead. These usually are in the corners of the lid of an accessory or the center of the lid. Tighten firmly between the thumb and index finger and loosen by turning counterclockwise. You may need pliers or a screwdriver if the screws cannot be turned by hand.
Lift the seat or the lamp cover and place gently on the ground nearby, then reach in and unscrew the bulb by turning counterclockwise. Set aside carefully, too. Screw outdoor sensor lights on the accessory plug (where it was originally bulb) by turning clockwise. Then screw bulb into the socket sensor, also turning clockwise. Replace the fixture or lamp housing hood above, and replace the screw or screws. Tighten the screws by hand turning clockwise. No need to tighten.