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Product Spotlight: Wireless Stair Lights

According to the Home Safety Council, falls are the leading cause of injury among seniors, and safety experts all agree that badly lit hallways and staircases are potential accident areas within the home.  PathLights™, an inexpensive, automatic lighting system, is designed to help people avoid falls during low-light conditions in the home. 
The PathLights™ system includes three battery-operated individual units -- two "A" units and one "B" unit -- that are calibrated to work together.   When the “A” unit sense motion, the “B” light turns on, lighting the path before a person gets there.  
Installation is a very simple DIY project that requires just a ruler, and the entire system takes less than five minutes to install. You can install the 3 motion sensor stair lights, 8-10" off the floor, up to 20 feet apart on your stairs or in your hallway, using screws or mounting tape  which are both included. When you get within 6 feet of the first unit, the light comes on which then triggers the next unit to light as well. The PathLights™  Wireless LED Stair Lights stay on for about a minute, so you can safely make your way down dark staircases or halls. And since these motion sensor stair lights are battery operated, you can add them anywhere you need extra lights. Each wireless LED stair light requires 3 AA batteries (not included) that should last for approximately 16 months.
The cost of the complete system ranges from $35-$40.
 Susan Luxenberg
  HomeSmart LLC

6 Comments to Product Spotlight: Wireless Stair Lights:

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Jerica Calle on Wednesday, January 30, 2013 6:38 AM
Reading your wonderful article about Wireless Stair Lights, I am very interested to set this in my office corridor and the price is quite affordable for me. Thanks for the information!
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Stairlift Prices on Saturday, February 2, 2013 5:25 AM
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Tracfone promo codes on Monday, April 8, 2013 2:41 AM
Such a nice blog about this wireless product. It may be useful for me. Thanks for sharing information about it.
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Radio Bridge on Friday, July 6, 2018 1:43 AM
I like your article and thank you for giving us info about this wonderful Wireless Stair Lights sensor.
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superior papers prices on Friday, December 7, 2018 8:19 PM
These stair lights are really useful if you have a big house. Now I know that. Thanks!
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Hip Surgery Lincoln Hwy on Friday, February 8, 2019 2:12 AM
This site is excellent and so is how the subject matter was explained. I also like some of the comments too. Waiting for the next post.
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