Sensor fixtures are light sources that, as the name reveals, make use of a sensor. The different fixtures in this group are mostly designed to be used outdoors. Motion sensors have a sensor that reacts to movement, meaning it will light up for humans or animals. A Twilight switch, on the other hand, reacts to the amount of sunlight and turns on when it gets dark outside. Outdoor lamps have an IP of at least 44. These lights are resistant to little amounts of water. Fixtures with IP65 or higher are more resistant and will survive heavy rains. Some sensor fixtures also have a built-in emergency unit. This unit provides light even when the power source is not working. You can use the filters on the left to choose the right product type, brand, IP-rating or light color.