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Motion Sensor as Alarm and light sensor


Alex Rob
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Hello,

 

i tried to do some settings for my motion sensors.

I set up 4 motion sensor with simular settings but i see that the react not at same time when u pass them, some are not triggered at all.

 

I mounted the sensor in the each room and they should be used as alarm and temperatur shall be used for main temperatur in each room.

I understand whats standing explained on each parameters but i like to know what adavced user can suggest for best settings.

I know that they are always active careless if they are armed or disarmed so i liked to sett upp blind time and reaction time to preserve battery as much possible but on the other hand they should not be too slow.

 

Im talking about paramteres 1 - 29.

I might be missing basics understandings i\m not quite sure.

 

The motion sensor wich controll lights works between 0 - 5 lux, it is a bit too low but i could not find a better place because it is placed under the roof outside out of range from car lights.

If i make a variabel is it possible to get it work to add 100 lux by paramter?

When sensor shows 5 lux then i like to programm it in a scene and add variable of 100 that it is 105 lux instead? /if someone is disturbing sensor with a light or something else it will not be triggered so easy.

 

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