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Lowe's.com has Iris Motion Sensor (3326-L2) for $14.99. Shipping is free for MyLowe's Members (free to sign up), otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks tonyv8040

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Use on a wall, shelf, corner or anywhere you want to be notified of unexpected movement in your home. Also reports temperature wherever it is installed. - CChoiVA

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Lowe's.com [lowes.com] has Iris Motion Sensor (3326-L2) for $14.99.Works with Samsung Smartthings. Shipping is free for MyLowe's Members (free to sign up [lowes.com]).
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Well you are not the 99.9% of people that rather just buy this.
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It says on the package that it "Requires" the Iris Smart Hub. A few months back I bought 3 of these when they were on clearance at Lowes. I opened one and could not get it connect to my SmartThings hub. I tried several different times. There was no indication if it was even working or not. I had also read some reviews where people had experienced these being DOA. I decided it wasn't worth the effort and took them back.
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The samsung ones are garbage, I know I own 4 unfortunately. Batteries are very expensive and the newest detectors have a very poor range and response time, and are twice the size. IMHO the Iris and the Hue motion sensors are the best, have much better battery life. I've been using rechargable lithium in my iris detectors without issue.
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Shows $9.99 for me.
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Shows $9.99 for me.
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Anyone know if these areSmart Things compatible.
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Anyone know if these areSmart Things compatible.
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My bad, was looking on the wrong page.
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Window sensors show 9.99 for me down from 25, also a solid deal.
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Window sensors show 9.99 for me down from 25, also a solid deal.
Thanks yes there is another post for those earlier bought them and these
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Anyone know if these areSmart Things compatible.
I've been using one of these with SmartThings for a year and a half for bedroom lights and temperature and I can't recommend them enough. Instant trigger time, very quick motion reset which is great for lights, and the temperature sensor is a really nice extra feature.
Battery life is also very impressive. A year and a half and showing 67% battery still.
Picking up at least two more for myself and a couple for a friend I'm helping get into home automation.
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Weren't these down to like 4 or 5 at one point?
I can not see paying 15 for a motion sensor when I can go to my local Amazon pop-up shop now and grab a wyze cam v2 with motion detection for $25 and no shipping
Or build one from an esp8266 ($3) a PIR Arduino type sensor ($1)

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I've been using one of these with SmartThings for a year and a half for bedroom lights and temperature and I can't recommend them enough. Instant trigger time, very quick motion reset which is great for lights, and the temperature sensor is a really nice extra feature.
Battery life is also very impressive. A year and a half and showing 67% battery still.
Picking up at least two more for myself and a couple for a friend I'm helping get into home automation.
One of the pictures on the product page shows that the Iris Smart Hub is required. Is that correct, or can you just connect it to the smartthings hub?
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Are these zwave or zigbee based ?
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