Limon Tour


Please note: Motion sensors like the one in the Classic Motion Sensor only operate in the dark. This is a battery saving feature.

  • Ensure that the plastic tab has been removed from the battery compartment.
  • Ensure the operation switch is in the "Auto" position. 
  • Try a fresh set of alkaline "AAA" batteries.

Behind the rear battery door near the batteries is a 3 way switch with the settings "Off", "Auto" and "On." Slide the switch all the way to the "On" position after installing a fresh set of "AAA" batteries. If the LEDs light up, then you can change the switch to "Auto" and use it normally.

The best method of cleaning is by regular washing of the coating using a solution of warm water and mild detergent. All surfaces should be cleaned using a soft cloth or sponge, using nothing harsher than natural bristle brushes.

This product requires 4 "C" cell batteries.

Friday, 11 January 2013 16:41

Why are LEDs so expensive?

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  • Complex circuitry
  • Quality control is important
  • Technology is new
  • LED starts as blue or red light, and needs filters to create white light
  • Good filters are expensive
  • Manufacturing options are limited (clean room labs)
Friday, 11 January 2013 16:39

In what situations does LED excel?

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  • Where lights are difficult to reach
  • When lights are always on
  • Retailers
  • Where heat might be an issue
Friday, 11 January 2013 16:36

Who can benefit from LED lighting?

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  • Those excited about new technology and gadgets
  • Those who are tired of changing light bulbs
  • Those who are looking to lower their electricity bill
  • Those who are looking for lamps that will not produce a great amount of heat quickly
  • Those who are looking for long lasting quality light sources
  • Those looking for a CRI higher that CFL can provide
Friday, 11 January 2013 16:18

Are LEDs enviromentally friendly?

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  • Can be recycled like any other electronic device (recycle depots… whatever they have in 15-25 years)
  • Use less energy, lower carbon footprint
  • Dimmable for even more energy savings
  1. Lumens. This is the standard measurement for light output across all light sources. Your LED retrofit should have about the same lumens as the lamp you are replacing.
  2. Colour Rendering (CRI). CRI tells you how the colours under the light source will be revealed. The closer to 100 you get the better the colours will look.
  3. Colour Temperature (CCT). Warm or cool? How do you like your light? The lower the colour temperature the warmer the light. (A higher number will give a cooler look.)
  4. Thermal Management. It’s a myth that LEDs don’t get hot. They do! As with any electrical device, heat can reduce the life span of delicate LED components. The trick is to draw the heat away using metal “heat sinking”. Engineers are always developing clever new designs, but the key is to get as much metal surface area as possible, while still maintaining the dimensions of the lamp. The more heat you can draw away from the LEDs the longer they will last.
  5. Warranty and Reputation. Quality LEDs can last 10, 15 or even 20 years! Will your LED manufacturer last that long? When making an investment in LED technology it’s important to know the people you bought it from will still be around when you need them. And will they stand behind their products? A reputable company stands by its products with a comprehensive warranty program.
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