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Motion sensor for oudoor


iTibor

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Could you recommend me motion sensor for outdoor , temp between  -20C  to 35C , compatible with Fibaro HC2?

 

 

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@iTiborIf you can mount it under a roof, the  Fibaro FGMS-001 

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can be used. 

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4 hours ago, iTibor said:

Hi

 

Could you recommend me motion sensor for outdoor , temp between  -20C  to 35C , compatible with Fibaro HC2?

 

 

@iTibor I use the Philips outdoor sensor but with HC3 ☹️ not HC2. Works perfectly… 

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@SjekkeDoes the philips outdoor motion sensor have a template when included with hc3?

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I use the Fibaro Motion sensor outdoor, but onder a roof. In NL the temperatures aren't that cold as in your question. I use a 3D printed housing from Robbshop: 

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It works great. It gives you a lot of extra info to manage your driveway. 

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  • 13 hours ago, Sjekke said:

    @iTibor I use the Philips outdoor sensor but with HC3 ☹️ not HC2. Works perfectly… 

    I need for HC2

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    Hello, to get the Philio Motion Sensor to work with Home Center 2, you have to make a few adjustments.
    With the Help of this Thread you will get it to work like it should:

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    Here are my Settings. My Philio's are behaving like they should with this setup.

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  • 5 hours ago, Sjekke said:


    Do you use a HUE bridge?

    No,I didn't.

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    1 hour ago, iTibor said:

    No,I didn't.

    Then you need a Zwave solution as mentioned above …

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    13 hours ago, Fabir said:

    @SjekkeDoes the philips outdoor motion sensor have a template when included with hc3?

    Hi @Fabir

    My sensor is connected via my HUE Bridge, integrated into the HC3 using the HUE Main QuickApp, and controlled through All-in-One.

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    22 hours ago, Fabir said:

    @SjekkeDoes the philips outdoor motion sensor have a template when included with hc3?

    no it doesn't. You can't see anything or change anything. Zigbee support in HC3 is terrible

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    11 minutes ago, emielstroeve said:

    no it doesn't. You can't see anything or change anything. Zigbee support in HC3 is terrible

    Indeed, that’s why I reconnected all my HUE devices to my HUE Bridges … Zigbee support is still beta, like the HC3 is still a beta product…

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    20 minutes ago, Sjekke said:

    Indeed, that’s why I reconnected all my HUE devices to my HUE Bridges … Zigbee support is still beta, like the HC3 is still a beta product…

    I do the same, but with OpenHab and the Hue bridge. The things you can set and read of a Hue motion sensor! ;-) 

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