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[SOLVED]Sensor haunted at 03:03 am



I have 4 Fibaro motion sensors and sometimes the haunte in the night at 03:03 am.

The first one turn on the lights, the second one send a push alarm to my phone with a alarm mesage.

Is ther anybody ho can help me out with this strange behaviour?

It is not every night.


I have a HC2 and the firmware form the motin sensors is 2.8.

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hi @pjs69,

did you include the sensor in secure mode?

If not, exclude it and include it in secure mode.


You can check in the home center  if the module shows a small lock in the right corner.

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There are numerous posts in this forum about different sensors that have unexplainable spikes in their measurings.

Most of them are included in unsecure mode, which might have issues regarding data transfer.


BR - kro



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  • Hi kroeatschge,


    thanks for your reply.

    I did not know that I have a secure mode.

    I use Fibaro for 4 years now, but a secure mode, I dont know.

    I look for it, thanks.


    Regards, pj


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