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AEON Labs detects movement since upgrade to 4.x


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Since the upgrade some of my lights are turning on middle in the nights.The HC2 sees that my AEON LABS 4 in 1 sensors detect movement (but there is no movement). Sometimes 4 or 5 times, somes 1. I have this since the upgrade of 4.x, it's getting worse since the last two small fixes. Anybody else has also seent his problem?

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Yes, I have noticed that to. It looks like when the unit is wakes up.

The strange is that only one of the Aeon 4-1 motion sensor behaves like this, the other one is fine.

I changed the value to 7200 on wake up time.

Testing this after the tip from dawiinci...

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Yes, I have noticed that to. It looks like when the unit is wakes up.

The strange is that only one of the Aeon 4-1 motion sensor behaves like this, the other one is fine.

I changed the value to 7200 on wake up time.

Testing this after the tip from dawiinci...

I have 6 of these and I must say only the ones that are wired to a usb-outlet work (most of the time). With the battery-powered multisensors, sooner or later I got false alarms which made them almost unusable, unless you switch off the motion detection but then again the luminance and temperature measurements are not very accurate either..

 

Frank

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