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Motion sensor integration with homekit documention incorrect


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I have had Fibaro 2 system for a while, and I have integrated the motion sensor easiliy with the system. Recently I wanted to integrate the sensor to Apple Homekit. And I hade no code, so I even bought a new sensor to be sure I hade code. But there is no code in the box, and there is no longer a works with apple homekit written in the box. It has been impossible to find anything describing what i experience, the documentation on net is different from the one in the box, which dont adress the integration at al.  So, is this no longer possible ti integrate to homekit, or is there another way to do it?

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Apple Homekit sensor (Bluetooth) and Fibaro sensor (Z-Wave) are two different products. You may have bought the wrong sensor?


Apple Homekit sensor

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Fibaro HC-sensor


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  • Okey, two different sensors, that doesnt come out to clearly I think, bit I understand that must be the case. Thank you for sorting that out for me



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