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  • The Hue Motion Sensor is battery powered (2-ct AAA batteries) and wireless. Walk by the sensor to trigger your Philips Hue lights. -qwikwit
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Amazon has Philips Hue Motion Sensor (Installation-Free, Exclusive for Philips Hue Lights) on sale. It's about $39.99 normal price. The lowest price in June was $32.15.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01KJYSOGI


Home Depot also has it on sale for $31.98.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Philip...Hue+Motion
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I have one. It's been the most reliable and responsive motion sensor I've used so far. Smartthings branded sensors are lightning quick as well but I've had issues with reliability. Lowes Iris have been just as quick, more reliable that ST, but I've had a couple issues. GoControl sensors have been very reliable, but there is a slight delay.
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Good price. If you have a Home Depot nearby you might be able to find them for $20 on clearance. I just picked up two earlier today.
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Any clever uses for these? Beyond the simple night light/come home light.
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Good price. If you have a Home Depot nearby you might be able to find them for $20 on clearance. I just picked up two earlier today.
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this is a good product, a very good product. my only complaint is it works with philips hue only. would be nice to be able to integrate it with other stuff perhaps it can and i don't know. also it only turns lights on and off. would be nice to blink or change a color or something different again maybe i'm not that smart.
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this is a good product, a very good product. my only complaint is it works with philips hue only. would be nice to be able to integrate it with other stuff perhaps it can and i don't know. also it only turns lights on and off. would be nice to blink or change a color or something different again maybe i'm not that smart.

I have the samsung smartthings hub and motion sensor - you can intergrate this with pretty much any device that samsung hub supports. This sensor is only usefull with philips hue lights.
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I'm really on the fence for this. I have my staircase lined with Hue bulbs and in theory this would work perfectly for that application, but I got caught up with all of the reviews and they don't sound great.
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Good price. If you have a Home Depot nearby you might be able to find them for $20 on clearance. I just picked up two earlier today.
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Unless I'm missing something they aren't even carried in any stores in SoCal.
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I have one. It's been the most reliable and responsive motion sensor I've used so far. Smartthings branded sensors are lightning quick as well but I've had issues with reliability. Lowes Iris have been just as quick, more reliable that ST, but I've had a couple issues. GoControl sensors have been very reliable, but there is a slight delay.
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I have one. It's been the most reliable and responsive motion sensor I've used so far. Smartthings branded sensors are lightning quick as well but I've had issues with reliability. Lowes Iris have been just as quick, more reliable that ST, but I've had a couple issues. GoControl sensors have been very reliable, but there is a slight delay.
Do you only use it to turn on/off lights, or can you use it as security purpose as someone breaking in
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I have the samsung smartthings hub and motion sensor - you can intergrate this with pretty much any device that samsung hub supports. This sensor is only usefull with philips hue lights.
yeah i heard that but that qualifies as useless unless you have philips hue lights, right? iow, don't buy this unless you have at least one philips hue light, correct? i wish it could trigger my alarm, turn on a camera, or chirp one of my audible sensors, maybe even turn on a socket.

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I'm really on the fence for this. I have my staircase lined with Hue bulbs and in theory this would work perfectly for that application, but I got caught up with all of the reviews and they don't sound great.
i haven't heard those reviews. my experience with the device has been overwhelmingly positive (i have 3 of these). another negative imo you can't set the timer to anything less than 60 seconds. i have applications that need to be reset and re-triggered far quicker than that. the sensor is super quick to respond but that doesn't help when it takes a full minute to reset. right now i have a flic button to toggle my light and if the sensor triggers again, the light comes on again and that could be within seconds.
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Isn't it cheaper to get the Samsung hub with iris motion sensors (about $10-15 at lowes) and set up with any smart device include hue lights? Ofcourse if for only one or 2, this might be cheaper
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Unless I'm missing something they aren't even carried in any stores in SoCal.
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Home Depot has it for same price with free shipping in case your not a prime member.
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I have one of these paired directly to my SmartThings Hub using a custom device handler somebody wrote, and it works almost flawlessly. Every once in a while I'll walk into the room and nothing will happen or the lights will shut off while I'm in the room because it stopped detecting motion, but then it fixes itself before long.

With it paired to SmartThings, I can control whatever I want with it, not just Hue bulbs.
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