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I would like to install a group of outdoor sensor lights that will turn on all sensor lights when one of them is triggered, like NetBright, but I do not want battery-operated ones. Are there products out there that can do this?

  • Assuming your replacing existing lights and there isn't an extra wire, you would want to look at networked solutions--either RF or line carrier technology. If this is a new install and new wiring, run an extra conductor and hardwire them. – Tyson May 12 '16 at 15:50
  • replacing existing lights and there isn't an extra wire. – Henry May 12 '16 at 16:31
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Yes, there are. Some speak the X10 carrier-current signalling protocol, some use more modern communications. Obviously you would need to buy compatible components.

A good home-automation catalog or a website on that topic could give you product suggestions; we don't generally do that here.

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