Outdoor security lights to make your home safer while also making it more energy efficient. This type of specialized lighting changes only when someone goes in range of motion. When there is no activity, the light remains off and daytime it does not come on at all. Outdoor security lights are wonderful to keep away intruders, whether human or quadrupeds and install motion-activated security lights really is not difficult.
Select the outdoor lights you want to replace with a type motion activated. Turn off the power to light. Remove pears and disassembling the existing fixture. Before disconnecting the cables, use the Braille voltage tester to make sure the circuit is off. Press the button on the tester and keep the tip of it against the black wire coming out of the box wall. If the tester beeps or lights, the circuit is still alive. Try other switches until you get the correct one. Open the new outdoor security lights. The motion must be pre-wire. It should have a black wire, a white wire and a ground wire to connect to the feed circuit.
Check the wires to see if anyone needs to be stripped of insulation. Make sure you specify weatherproof ring on the valve before you make your cords. Connect the fixture is the ground wire to the circuit ground wire, or if there is an available, use the ground screw in the box wall. Connect the white fixture wire to the white circuit wire using a wire connector. Connect the black fixture wire to black circuit wire using a wire connector. Tuck all wires in the box and ensure the safety light using the bolts that came with it. Turn breaker back on and test your light. When you turn the breaker should light come a few seconds; if the outdoor security lights, it will turn off automatically.