Mr. Beams MB982 Wireless Battery-Operated Indoor/Outdoor Motion-Sensing LED Ceiling Light, 2-Pack, White

This battery operated LED ceiling light turns on when motion is detected, but only when it’s dark, and can be used indoors and outside. Use it to light up dark closets, porches, pantries, gazebos, hallways, attics, basements, and storage sheds.

Product Features

  • Motion Sensor Activated LED Ceiling Light instantly turns on when it detects motion from up to 20 feet away. Model MB982 is two (2) individual units of the Mr Beams MB980 LED ceiling light
  • Energy Efficient: Our quality LED never needs to be replaced. It’s so efficient; you will get more than 35 hours of light on one set of batteries.
  • Bright LED: The bright, powerful LED provides 100 lumens of bright white light. Designed with custom optics for the perfect intensity and focus.
  • MB980 Wireless LED Ceiling Lights are great for lighting up closets, pantries, stairways, sheds, porches and storage rooms.
  • Auto Shut Off: The Mr Beams Ceiling Light turns off automatically after 30 seconds of no motion, conserving battery life.

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2 Responses to Mr. Beams MB982 Wireless Battery-Operated Indoor/Outdoor Motion-Sensing LED Ceiling Light, 2-Pack, White

  1. Reviewify Mark says:

    Brilliant lights I’ve had one of these for years and recently needed light in a couple of new areas so immediately thought of the Mr. Beams light.They’re nice and compact and very easy to setup. Along with the light you get a mounting plate, wall plugs and screws, but you don’t get the batteries included. You’ll need 4 x C batteries (chunky sized).The original Mr/ Beams I have is mounted in a small, understairs, cupboard and only comes on…

  2. mark a says:

    Great light for illuminating inside of a cupboard (if the light sensitive diode is removed) We got two of these for cupboards. They are great as a means of illuminating the interior of the cupboards (but nb. you have to remove the diode that controls the light sensor – when you remove the back it can be pulled out with thin pliers (small black oblong). If you don’t remove the diode we found the light didn’t always turn on because the cupboard wasn’t dark enough – we wanted it to always react to movement and turn on whenever you opened the cupboard no matter what the light level…