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Motion Sensor - Install


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Just out of curiosity, I wonder how you installed the Fibaro Motion Sensor in a corner of a room.

 

Usually it's like this

 

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 ... but I'm into symmetrical solutions as below.

 

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Any good idea's? You can call me weirdo, I don't mind :P

... Photos welcome.

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You just mount the sensor bracket on one side of the wall and then you can rotate the sensor in the holder, simple right?

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  • 1 hour ago, samuel said:

    You just mount the sensor bracket on one side of the wall and then you can rotate the sensor in the holder, simple right?

    Dag @samuel,

     

    Correct ... as in picture 1, but I want something like picture 2 so you nearly don't see the bracket ... :)

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    I can use a longer screw ... other users used hot glue ...
     
     

     

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    Hi @Sjekke,

     

    You could print it, if you havo access (or know somebody) with 3D printer. See:

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    Jakub

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    Thanks Jakub, looking good.

    Alternatively, these are nice as well, to use with any GU10 spots you might install somewhere:

     

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    Round recessors. Officially made for Philio tech devices, but I can confirm to also fit the FIbaro sensor perfectly :) . I use them alot for installations.

    There's also a square version.

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