ATMOX Crawl Space Lighting
ATMOX LED Light is a perfect addition to your crawl space. You may not spend much time in the crawl space but if you have to go down there to check or fix something it is so much easier if there is light beyond the flashlight in your hand. Service providers coming to your house will thank you for the addition of crawl space lighting. It will allow them to do their jobs much more efficiently. Additionally, they will be able to see so much more and inspection is likely why they are there to begin with. It’s difficult to find problems if you can’t see anything.
The ATMOX crawl space lighting can be setup and powered independently, but they are designed as part of the ACE Controller for Crawl Space. The controller has an easy on and easy off button directly on the display. This means that you can turn them on before ever getting to the dark crawl space. Also, with the controller, you don’t have to worry about the lights being left on. The LED lights automatically shut off after a few hours.
LED Light Models
The LED Light is a bright 600 lumens that will add light to a wide range. You will probably want one for about every 600 square feet in the crawl space. They can be mounted on a wall or be hung from a joist. The black metal bracket has holes for screws so you can mount in almost any direction.
LED lights are extremely energy efficient with each one using just 10 watts of power. The LED bulbs are long-lasting so you won’t be constantly exchanging bulbs like we used to with old-fashioned light bulbs.
Electricity Usage and Connection
The LED lights for crawl space lighting use low voltage electricity which means the lights can receive power with a low voltage wire (often used in landscape lighting). In general, the ATMOX Controller provides the power source for all of the lights and other components from one electrical outlet. The lights connect to wire without the need for individual electrical outlets and without an electrician. Each light attaches onto the low voltage wire to receive power and turns on and off from the button on the display.
Separately, an AC adapter can power a light directly from an electrical outlet without a controller or low voltage power supply.