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Avoid Pet-Detection with Motion Sensor


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Hi Community,

are there some experience with Motion Sensor and pets? Which value for Parameter 1 do you use to avoid motion detection caused of cats?

 

The Sensor is installed like this.

 

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There are two cats and i want to use the Motion Sensor with the Alarm-system.

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You'd have to go through trial and error with this one. It really depends on the size of your pet etc.

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  • Yes - but maybe there are some experiences with mininum level of sesitivity? The sizes of cats do not differ that much.

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    It's not just the size of the cat, but also the setting of your MS. I can't offer you any standard value of the parameter, sorry. I'd strongly advise you to go and try a couple of settings for yourself. That seems to be the fastest option here.

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