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Motion sensors stuck in "breached"


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I am running my HC2 with firmware 3.600. Generally, my system works OK but I sometimes experience a strange issue with one of my motion sensors.

From time to time, the motion sensor is stuck in “breached” mode. My first though was that the motion sensor (an Everspirng SP103) was faulty, so I replaced it with an Aeon Multisensor.

Now I see the same problem with the Aeon Multisensor. The only solution is to reconfigure the sensor and wake it up. Everthing works fine after this but after a couple of days, the problem is back. I have a couple of motion sensors connected to a Fibaro universal binary sensor and these have never had any issues.

Have anyone else had this problem of motion sensors getting stuck in breached mode?

I saw the same issue with HC2 firmware 3.951.

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Is there a fix for this yet I have 2X SP103 and this is happening weekly to me

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The Fibaro Eye works fine never have an issue

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