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Pet Immune PIR solution.



Hi Folks,

I'm looking for a PIR solution that's immune to Pets. I use my motion sensors to determine occupancy but with our cat walking around its causing an issue. I know that I can get a zwave pet immune PIR but in europe the only one I can find is the EcoLink (

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at 118 sterling (its about $30 in the US and I know its different device but go figure in the cost difference) .. at 118 its too expensive for me


I have two PIR's in my current alarm system and I am replacing these with Pet Immune ones and I could add a third one to cover the primary living space downstairs, At ~€20 each this is a viable solution. My Siemens alarm is tied into my HC2 using Gorans SPC Gateway and I can see all the sensor status in the HC and can trigger off of those. 


I do have a good many Everspring SP814 sensors dotted around the house and wanted to use them

Has anybody a method to make a standard sensor (like the above) behave like a pet immune motion sensor


Any mad crazy idea welcome .. or ever some sane ones 

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    I swapped out my regular alarm PIR for Pet immune ones and use these to determine occupancy

    zwave sensors would have been nice but with this approach I can reuse what I have

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