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Buy the Bosch https://www.mydigitaldiscount.com...-wireless/ nearly infinite battery life on 4x AAs, if you pair it directly to the hub rather than through repeaters it's pretty reliable, I believe it's now supported natively in ST as well. Oh and it's 13 bucks.
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Wish I could say this is a good deal but so far everyone of these I have bought has had issues. Not as bad as the first gen motion sensor but this one still fails on me time and time again. Just my $.02
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My Iris motion sensors are still the best I've ever found.
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Wish I could say this is a good deal but so far everyone of these I have bought has had issues. Not as bad as the first gen motion sensor but this one still fails on me time and time again. Just my $.02
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pretty good price. Samsung website had it for cheaper, with a 20 off 100 discount. But looks like they raised the price but discount still active.
This new motion sensor does not have the range of the earlier samsung sensors, is fatter, but has a good flexible mounting system, magnetic back of sensor sticks to metal of included steel ball mount(like car cellphone mounts)
This sensor also has less range than the iris sensors (v2) but has a slightly quicker motion detect reset. In my book the Iris wins, much smaller and faster with better range.
Finally samsung went with a better battery a CR2, vs the horrible CR2450 button cells used prior. Mine's only 2 months old, so can't comment on battery life yet, and works good with Hubitat(what doesn't work well with Hubitat???Cool2)

FYI-This is a zigbee 3.0 device
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Wish I could say this is a good deal but so far everyone of these I have bought has had issues. Not as bad as the first gen motion sensor but this one still fails on me time and time again. Just my $.02
I love my Gen2 Motions. My Gen2 Multipurpose Sensors on the other hand have been dicey.
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I love my Gen2 Motions. My Gen2 Multipurpose Sensors on the other hand have been dicey.
I have to take the battery out of mine and put it back in about every 3-5 days to get it to work again. It gets annoying after a while especially when I use it for a main source of automation to preform other tasks. Perhaps I just got some faulty ones?
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Buy the Bosch https://www.mydigitaldiscount.com...-wireless/ nearly infinite battery life on 4x AAs, if you pair it directly to the hub rather than through repeaters it's pretty reliable, I believe it's now supported natively in ST as well. Oh and it's 13 bucks.
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trash dont waste your money. will stop working after a week.
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I was excited wasted $100+ on smart things all stopped working so i got wyze sence has been working great only had a week
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Love mine! So much faster than the gen 1s and I've had no connectivity issues with the 4 I've got around the house. Using a SmartThings hub v3 with webcore for super customizable automations. I'm in for a couple more. Thanks!
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Any ideas how to implement this in a house
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Don't know why so many people say to not buy this. I had the g1 and replaced them with these. Have had 0 issues and the response time is way quicker. I also really like the magnet design so I can position it in any angle I want.
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Have this. Use it to turn on/off lights based on motion. Works fine, not pet immune in my case. Small mini schnauzer trips this. But this is 20 bucks cheaper than the pet immune one that ignores the good boy. Paid the same price a couple of months ago. 98% battery, 77 Degrees in my kitchen right now.
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Have this. Use it to turn on/off lights based on motion. Works fine, not pet immune in my case. Small mini schnauzer trips this. But this is 20 bucks cheaper than the pet immune one that ignores the good boy. Paid the same price a couple of months ago. 98% battery, 77 Degrees in my kitchen right now.
The bosch one listed in post #6 is pet immune and only $13
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Buy the Bosch https://www.mydigitaldiscount.com...-wireless/ nearly infinite battery life on 4x AAs, if you pair it directly to the hub rather than through repeaters it's pretty reliable, I believe it's now supported natively in ST as well. Oh and it's 13 bucks.
I have these and it doesn't work. It keeps going dead. Battery take out put back in and works for a while n back to no motion forever.
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