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Product Overview:
  • 2 Bright white LEDs
  • 4 Distinct modes
  • Dusk-to-dawn photocell
  • Motion sensor
  • Batteries sold separately
  • 90-Day warranty
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LED Battery Operated Portable Utility Light with Photocell and Motion Sensor

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LED Battery Operated Portable Utility Light with Photocell and Motion Sensor

Item #PUL-02
Reg. Price: $19.90
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About our LED Battery Operated Portable Utility Light with Photocell and Motion Sensor

Set the mode on this bright LED portable utility light to fit your needs. You can activate a dusk-to-dawn sensor, switch on a motion detector, or simply use the on/off switch to control the light yourself. This versatile battery operated light is perfect for dark storage areas.


  • Uses: great for pantries, closets, bathrooms, hallways, basements, RVs, garages, camping
  • 4 Distinct Modes: on/off, dusk-to-dawn photocell, and motion sensor modes
  • Motion Sensor: turns LEDs on when motion is detected within its coverage of 25 feet and 100 degrees; LEDs are turned off after about 30 seconds of non-motion; motion sensor works only in the dark
  • Dusk-To-Dawn Photocell: photocell automatically turns light on at dusk and off at dawn
  • Cool-To-The-Touch: LEDs give off very little heat
  • Dimensions: face of utility light measures 3.5in in diameter; support ring is 4in in diameter; 1-7/8in thick


  • 2 Bright White LEDs


  • 3 AA Batteries Required: needs 3 AA batteries to operate (not included)


  • 90-Day Warranty: this utility light carries a 90-day warranty
  • Large Quantity Discount: If you would like us to quote on a large quantity of LED Battery Operated Portable Utility Lights with Photocell and Motion Sensor, please call us at our toll-free number or use the online Quotation Request for Large Quantities form. We are always happy to provide you with our best large quantity pricing.

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Product Reviews
LED Battery Operated Portable Utility Light with Photocell and Motion Sensor
3.5 Stars based on 6 Review(s)
Janie Parr
Silver Spring, MD
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Awesome light
August 14, 2012
I've had this amazing light for approximately 5 years and only replace the battery about once a year. The motion range is very wide and great to light up stairs. Also, great motion for night bathroom light. Buying some for my mother.
Everything - color, durability, size, very light-weight, and bright.

5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Is exactly what I wanted
May 16, 2014
I was looking for a safety lighting system for the two steps leading to our living room and this just fit the bill.
Just the right amount of light

Elle Stern
None of your business!
1 Stars

November 9, 2013
The light is weak and inadequate. Its okay for a very small space.... However, the light is harsh, cold and unpleasant. I'm returning both lights.

Camden, SC
2 Stars

Not Worth The Value
May 19, 2013
The same lighting result can be obtained from a regular $1.00 night light purchased from a Dollar Store.
Over priced and little value for your money...

Indianapolis, IN
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

January 1, 2013
We have hung this light in our garage. The motion detector immediately turns on the light so we can see to get around.
Gives off sufficient amount of light; light weight and easily hangs on a hook.

new york,ny
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great when you first walk into your home.
December 11, 2011
It helps when it gets dark or you wake up early you don't have to wake up anyone by putting the lamps on. I have them in the doorway, kitchen & bedrooms. My mom feels more safe with sensors getting up & moving around. The sensors help when you have your hands full when walking into the rooms.
They are small enough to put anywhere but big enough to light the room.

Questions & Answers
By Sheri from Brooklyn, NY on November 13, 2012
At what distance can it detect motion? I'm using it for a stairwell, so I'd like to determine how many I would need. Thanks
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 14, 2012

Hi Sheri,

Motion coverage is within 25 feet.

By Mike from Missouri on March 5, 2013
How long can the batteries operate the light before going dead?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 5, 2013


It depends on the quality of the batteries you use and how often the motion sensor/photocell trigger the light.

By Joe from Chicago on May 24, 2014
Can I use this light inside my freezer?
By Chris from Pegasus Lighting on May 27, 2014

It will probably work in the freezer but I am not sure what will happen to battery life.
By jack from Ivins, UT on May 27, 2014

I don't see why not. I mounted two of these inside a safe. They light up as soon as I open the safe door.
However I don't know what the battery life will be due to the extreme cold of a freezer.
By Brandy from Los Angeles, California on May 27, 2014

Hi Joe,

I recently purchased this light and love it so much, it has landed a spot in my purse. I use it for EVERYTHING. The motion sensor is sensitive and consistent, so I was not surprised that it operated just fine when I tested its effectiveness in the freezer. I can't speak to prolonged freezer use, and how, if at all, the light and/or battery life is affected by freezing temperatures or condensation. I can, however, confirm that its a sturdy and bright light, so if you keep it dry and in a spot where the motion detector's line of vision is not obstructed, it should be perfect.

By John from Colorado on July 14, 2014
How bright is the light?
By Marty from Winthrop, MA on July 15, 2014

I have a long dark stairway, 14 steps, and this provides adequate lighting. The motion sensor saves the batteries and triggers when one enters the hallway.

By Melanie from VA on October 9, 2012
Can this light be adjusted and angled as needed? I am thinking about using this for lighting up glass artwork on a shelf.

By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on October 10, 2012

The light has a handle that can be adjusted 360 degrees. You could place it on the shelf or hang it to direct the light to accent your artwork.
By Bobby Sasso from Tamarac, FL on October 10, 2012

The light can be placed in any position you like...It does not swivel from side to side however. There is a fold out handle that you can use to hang the light if needed. Right now I'm using it in my kitchen area in the motion sensor mode. When I enter the kitchen in the middle of the night, the light is activated when entering the room. I like the light very much and will be buying another to use outside in a lantern I have. I'll use it in the photocell mode to go on at night and off during the day.. Hope this helps..

By James from Virginia on May 16, 2013
Can this light be used outdoors?
If not do you have one with the same features that can be?

By Pegasus Lighting on May 17, 2013


This item is not designed for outdoor use.

Depending on how you intend to use this item, this product may be a good alternative.

Our full selection of outdoor battery operated products is here:

By Diana from Wisconsin on February 11, 2013
I'm thinking of using this for extra light in my shower area. How does it attach to the wall? How much does the head swivel up & down?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on February 11, 2013


The light has a support ring for attaching to surfaces. See a very helpful customer submitted picture on the Q&A tab.

The ring can be rotated, allowing you to swivel the light up/down 360 degrees.

By Peter from Mahopac, N.Y. on February 18, 2013
Can the motion detector capability be turned off so that the light stays on during the entire night?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on February 18, 2013


No, the motion sensor feature cannot be turned off.

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