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Presence detection, only works work iPhone


ChristianSogaard

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I have configured Presence detection in our home using iphones

Cons

- it only works work with iPhone but that is fine for my use case.

I also use HomeBridge 

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that i initially tried to avoid.

 

Pros

You dont need to Install Anything at the Phones.

 

I created a dummy switch in HC3 per User,

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and named each switch  the unique Username

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I created a user HomeBridge in HC3 and gave access to the virtual User switches.

Use this User in HomeBridge under Basic settings For Sync. 

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Rementer to restart Homebridge

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Then i configured two Automations per User in Apple Home at one of the Phones (using Family sharing)

 

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The Trigger / detection works flawless . al least at my side.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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