Amerelle - Item#
LumiCover LED Night Light & Dual USB Charger - Decora - White
Only works with Decora outlets. Will not work with GFCI outlets or Decora/Rocker switches.
- THE USB NIGHTLIGHT WALLPLATE - LumiCover is your one-time night light solution. This outlet night light cover automatically illuminates dark areas of your home, eliminating the need to turn on the main light
- SAFETY GUIDELIGHT - the LumiCover emits an ambient light pathway that is projected downwards so you can safely see your way in the dark. The energy-efficient LED lights only operate when it's dark, saving you money on unnecessary lighting costs
- SEAMLESS INTEGRATION - ideal for your kitchen, hallway, bedroom, bathroom and any areas of your home that you visit at night. The subtle device sits flush with your wall and blends with decor, you won't know it's there until the light helpfully guides you in the dark
- FUNCTIONAL SIMPLICITY - the low-profile wallplate night light allows access to both outlets for other items you need to power and adds 2 USB charging ports for added charging convenience. Benefit from a nightlight without giving up power / charging space for your phone, tablet and appliances and say goodbye to traditional plug-in, bulky nightlights
- SUPER EASY INSTALL - no wiring, batteries or electrical skills required. Simply turn off the power and remove existing wallplate. Slide the LumiCover onto your outlet, the copper fins will make their power connection. Press the LumiCover into place and install the included screws. Turn the power back on and you're done. Not compatible with GFCI outlets
Bought these for the outlets on the side my kitchen island so that the phone could be plugged in and left on the countertop to charge. Mounted the USB ports facing up instead of facing down to get them closer to the counter top. Worked fine for that. I was concerned about a few things, though. 1) the little copper fins on the sides that are designed to make contact with the screw terminals on the sides of the outlet are relatively fragile especially if you try to take the plate back off after installing it. I actually broke one taking it back off. So, no dry runs here...once you put it on it is very difficult to get back off. I was able to repair mine with solder. And 2) they were not too good at making contact. Since my outlet was back wired, there terminal screws were empty. I found that I had to put a tiny jumper wire between the two left screws and one between the two right screws so that those little copper fins would have something more to make contact with. That worked and gave me a solid connection. In the end it all worked out but those copper fins need to be redesigned.