GUS wrote:The other thing being if you decide to go for a pir version check with the supplier it's a dedicated unit rather than a bolt on pir unit, it's important that the units are matched up or you'll find the lamp drawing less energy than the pir unit, also if not matched correctly the pir will fail prematurely.
I have no idea what you are talking about but I got John to read it (he's better with machines/DIY lol) and he knows what you mean
I know I should have got there early but I didn't know what I was after... I'll just have to grin and bear it lol. Silver lining is now I do know, next year I should be grand and prepared in advance (and with the lights from this year too!)
I did ring but there wasn't an answer (I think it was too early) and I had to go out around dinner time so couldn't try again. I will try again today.
if you are reading this then you are blissfully unaware of what is creeping up behind you...