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$5 cheaper than the other thread.
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Do these have a motion sensor? I would assume being described as "security" lights, they would turn on as someone approaches.
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Do these have a motion sensor? I would assume being described as "security" lights, they would turn on as someone approaches.
I don't believe these have motion sensors built in. You would need to purchase one, probably one of the outdoor ones, to be able to have it as a security light. It can be set up with a schedul along with Home/ Away routines.
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Do these have a motion sensor? I would assume being described as "security" lights, they would turn on as someone approaches.
Negative. That is an additional purchase.
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Damn, I hate that the hue motion sensors are battery powered only. I just want it to be permanently powered like any other motion sensing floodlight you buy at Lowes or Home Depot.
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Do these have a motion sensor? I would assume being described as "security" lights, they would turn on as someone approaches.
A built-in motion sensor would add a good 25¢ to the cost of the light and cut into the profit margin on this item, while at the same time competing for the motion sensor sales.

Now let's all buy one. #WeAreMasochists
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Damn, I hate that the hue motion sensors are battery powered only. I just want it to be permanently powered like any other motion sensing floodlight you buy at Lowes or Home Depot.
Totally agree. I'm fact, I haven't found any "smart home" motion sensors that aren't battery powered. Please tell me if you know of one.
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Damn, I hate that the hue motion sensors are battery powered only. I just want it to be permanently powered like any other motion sensing floodlight you buy at Lowes or Home Depot.
True... but you can light up your intruders with 16 million different colors. So there's that.
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True... but you can light up your intruders with 16 million different colors. So there's that.
Not even. Appears to be the white version.
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Not even. Appears to be the white version.
There goes the only appeal over any other unit. And it's still $95.
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Totally agree. I'm fact, I haven't found any "smart home" motion sensors that aren't battery powered. Please tell me if you know of one.
I use 2 models throughout my house and both supports battery or a micro usb input if you want to hardwire. First is GE motion sensors I got years ago on Walmart clearance and the other one is Zooz S2 outdoor motion sensor
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Totally agree. I'm fact, I haven't found any "smart home" motion sensors that aren't battery powered. Please tell me if you know of one.
You can use a wired 433mhz sensor and either a Sonoff RF bridge or an SDR dongle. At least with Home Assistant.
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Totally agree. I'm fact, I haven't found any "smart home" motion sensors that aren't battery powered. Please tell me if you know of one.
Ring had a smart floodlight that is hard wired. Their entire smart lighting is so much cheaper than hue.

https://ring.com/products/smart-l...-wired-kit
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Damn, I hate that the hue motion sensors are battery powered only. I just want it to be permanently powered like any other motion sensing floodlight you buy at Lowes or Home Depot.
I think the Hue sensors use AA or AAA batteries. You could get a battery eliminator from eBay to hardwire them. People also make coin cell battery eliminators (not on eBay) but those seem a little more DIY/sketchy. They probably work fine, though, as little power as we're talking about.
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