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Best Buy has Philips Hue Motion Sensor on sale $19.99. Free store pickup where available or shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks josiah.v

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The Hue Motion Sensor is battery powered (AAA batteries) and wireless. Walk by the sensor to trigger your Philips Hue lights. -qwikwit

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For those who missed the Home Depot deal yesterday, it looks like Best Buy has the Hue motion sensor for $19.99 + tax with free in store pickup.

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Last Edited by SevenPoint September 20, 2017 at 10:54 AM
when you install these hue motion there is a setting to override the light(s) it controls. what that means is say you have a hue light in the living room that the hue motion is linked to and its set to turn that light on for 3 mins. if the hue motion is set to override it will turn that light off if no motion after those 3 mins even if you manually turned it on with a hue remote or cell app.

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Thanks OP!
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Thanks! Was able to order 2 with free shipping. No code needed for free shipping for me, it just offered it by default.
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can i use this without hue hub? just smartthings hub?
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Zigbee is kinda on it's way out the door from what my research has shown... Not that it will happen anytime soon, but Z-Wave is the better of the 2 by far! The only sensors I have any issues with in my home are the Zigbee-based sensors and lights, Z-Wave has always been quite reliable. These are def great sensors IF you want Zigbee-based equipment.
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can i use this without hue hub? just smartthings hub?
Maybe? They are ZLL devices, but you would need to write a custom device handler if one is not already available, since ST defaults to reading hue devices from the hue hub.
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Thanks! needed an extra motion sensor!
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Man I got excited but then I realized it's Philips Hue, not SmartThings ☹
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can i use this without hue hub? just smartthings hub?
i believe there was discussion on the st community forum about using a dh to use it directly with the st hub.
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can i use this without hue hub? just smartthings hub?
Well...SmartThings detects Philips hue hub and all the devices connected to it and you can control all of it from SmartThings.

Using this directly with SmartThings and not having to go through Phillips Hue hub first...not so sure about that.

Sadly I have the SmartThings, Philips Hue, Lutron, and Logitech Harmony Hubs all making up my smartphone setup. Wish this was easier.
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Well...SmartThings detects Philips hue hub and all the devices connected to it and you can control all of it from SmartThings.

Using this directly with SmartThings and not having to go through Phillips Hue hub first...not so sure about that.
problem is i dont have hue hub and not fan of their hue lights. im liking my ge z wave swith better. thx for the reply
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