Hi, My house is currently being re-wired but the electrician has told me that he needs to wire my outside security lights in a way that I don't want: They will operate on the sensor but it will also be possible to switch them on from switches inside the backdoor. So, they will come on automatically when they detect motion at night, or they can be switched on via the switch in the house - but it will not be possible to disable the lights since the two methods of operation are separate. I imagined that the switch in the house would switch the electricity to the light on and off and that this would be the master control for the light. That way, they can be running in automatic mode, they can be switched off competely or they can be switched off and on within 1 second and left on all night. It also means less cable, I think. Is there a reason for the way he wants to cable this or is it just that he is sticking to what he is familiar with? Thanks.