Auraglow Black Arch Integrated LED Outdoor Wall Light - TRIUMPH

Auraglow Black Arch Integrated LED Outdoor Wall Light - TRIUMPH

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  • This contemporary, minimalist design wall light brings both style and security to your home with its wide and ultra-bright integrated LED.
  • Weatherproof and hard wearing, this lamp is made from tough, powder coated aluminium and has an IP54 rating.
  • This energy efficient light has a 7.5W power consumption but produces the equivalent of an 60W incandescent bulb.
  • Produces a powerful 385lm light output with a colour temperature of 3000K (warm white)
  • Dimensions: 27.5 x 11.7 x 6.5 cm – 2 year warranty – Mains Powered (220-240V)


This light is the perfect addition to your house front or garden. This lamp provides both form and function with its high-quality design combined with the built in ultra-bright LED.

The LED technology integrated into this lamp is energy efficient and powerful. The 7.5W LED provides the equivalent of an 60W traditional halogen bulb and produces 385lm. It turns on instantly and delivers an optimal light output, with the wide arched bulb that brings out the best in your home. The lamp produces a cosy warm white light, rated at a colour temperature of 3000K. This lamp has been carefully designed to last outdoors. The solid aluminium construction has an IP rating of IP54. This means it is fully weatherproof, so ideal for outdoor use, whether in the garden, to illuminate your porch or your driveway.

Power: 7.5W
Lumens: 385lm
Colour Temp: 3000K (Warm White)
Dimmable: No
Voltage: Mains 220-240V
Weatherproof: IP54
Colour: Black
Dimensions: 27.5 x 11.7 x 6.5 cm
Bulb type: Integrated LED

Additional Information

Additional Information

Brand Auraglow
Light Function Standard On/Off
Wattage 7.5W
Wattage Equivalent 60W
Lumens 385
Colour Temperature Warm White
Kelvin 3000K
Lifetime (Hours) 15000
Operating Voltage 220-240V
Part Code AG628

Product Questions

I just want to check this has PIR motion detection as I can\'t see in the pictures where the sensor is?
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