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pepe0278

FGMS-001 Motion Sensor Associations

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I have several motion sensors all triggering scenes in my house.

Works fine, but slow.

 

I am trying to setup direct associations, preventing these delays, however, I cannot get them to work.

What am I missing? There isn't much documentation on this. I made a direct association in group 1 (& tried 2 as well) to switch on a dimmer2.

 

Your help is greatly appreciated

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  • Figured out that if I associate Group 2 and I 'TAMPER' the sensor, the light does turn on.

    Association in Group 1 with a 'BREACH' does not trigger BASIC ON with DIMMER 2.

     

    Most defintely a bug. Any input?

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  • Another day, another test:

     

    The motion sensor activation works great on a RGBW controller. Very fast and reliable.

    In no way it works with a dimmer (2).

     

    FIBARO please FIX this!!!

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    Another day, another test:

     

    The motion sensor activation works great on a RGBW controller. Very fast and reliable.

    In no way it works with a dimmer (2).

     

    FIBARO please FIX this!!!

    If you haven't contacted [email protected], I recommend you to do so. This is a community supported forum. Fibaro will eventually read this, but it is not a help desk. That said, there are some other topics concerning various combinations of associations working and not working. I'm thinking this might be a combination of firmware versions, both of the dimmer and the sensor. Unless someone else reports something here, I think contacting support is your best option. And thank you for reporting your progress with RGBW, it's always interesting to hear that kind of information.

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    Hi

     

    I see that this post is old, but i had the same issues today. Found a way to make it work.

    I have:

    • HC2 v.4.180 
    • FGMS-001 v.2.8 (Motion Sensor)
    • FGD-212 (Dimmer 2)

    Solution:

    • Select 

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       from the top menu
    • find your FIBARO Motion SensorMotion-Sensor
       
    • Go to the device settings by clicking the icon klucz_grey_kolko
       
    • Click on the Advanced tab, now scroll down and find Associations section and click Setting-Association button.
       
    • Find "Group 1" under "Endpoint 0" and click it.
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    • Find your Dimmer 2 (under the name you have made for it) on the list and tick it in the S column.
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    • Scroll down and click the Save2 button at the bottom of the screen.

       
    • On your Motion Sensor, press the B-button fast 3 times to wake up and send new configuration. Do this as close as you can to your HC2 unit.
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    • When movement is triggered, your light will turn on now.
       
    • After some time without any movement in the room, the light will be turned off.
       
    • Change the timer: go back to Advanced tab,  scroll down to section  Parameters. Find the Parameter 6 to set the time in seconds. The motion alarm will be cancelled in the controller and associated devices after the time specified in this parameter.
      Each motion detected when Fibaro Motion Sensor is in sustain mode extends that time and restarts the counter. For small values, especially less than 10 seconds, parameter 2 should be adjusted ("Blind Time" of the PIR sensor).

     

    Hope this helps others with the same issue :-)

     

     

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