|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Specific Uses For Product||Indoor use only|
|Included Components||1 Philips Hue Motion Sensor, batteries included|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
|Item model number||473389|
|Product Dimensions||5.08 x 1.91 x 5.08 cm; 11.34 Grams|
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Philips Hue 473389 Philips Motion Sensor Lights (Installation-Free, Home, Exclusively Smart Bulbs), White
- The Philips Hue Smart Motion Sensor combines convenience and energy effeciency. Have your lights turn on when you walk into a room, and off when you leave. The Smart sensor detects optimum daylight levels to conserve energy during the day.
- During the night the Philips Hue Motion Sensor will switch to smart night light settings: a gentle, warm light setting to help you navigate during the night without disturbing your rest.
- The Philips Hue Motion Sensor can be placed freely for an optimal detection area, or mounted to a wall using screws (included). The device is battery powered, wireless and installation free (no re-wiring required) to control your lights without hassle.
- Place anywhere in your home including your hallway, bathroom, kitchen, and more. The integrated light sensor saves energy by detecting when rooms are vacant and automatically turning off lights
- Installed in a minute. Simply follow the instructions in the Philips Hue app. Our smart lights default settings get you going, or personalize these settings to fit your needs.
- The Philips Hue motion sensor requires a Philips Hue bridge to make it part of your smart home lighting system. The Philips Hue system can control up to 50 smart lights.
- When you use the Philips Hue motion sensor with a Philips Hue bridge, you can use it to control any HomeKit compatible appliance.
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Automatically switches lights for your convenience Control your lights automatically by adding a Philips Hue motion sensor to your Philips Hue system. You can place the sensor anywhere in your home as it is battery powered and completely wireless. Simply walk by to trigger your lights
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Here's my observations:
*Faster than the eve, I guess this would be because the Hue hub is doing it all.
*It's also a room temperature sensor in Homekit. I can now see the Garage temperature in the home app.
*It's also a LUX sensor. 1. I can see in my home app if other lights had been left on. 2. It doesn't turn on lights if there is already sufficient light.
* It's Much smaller than others.
* The mount is magnetic. This came in handy in the garage. Zero installation, just stuck it to a metal rack.
Yes as you can tell - I highly recommend the Hue motion sensor. Best $39 homekit accessory Ive found yet.
I LOVE these. I have four of them. We just bought a new condo and there are tons of lightswitches - four or five in a row on each switchplate. Too many to figure out at our age. We're senior citizen empty nesters and you can't teach an old dog new tricks. By old dog I mean hubby of course. He never remembers to turn off lights so this is perfect for us. He doesn't have to turn them on or off and I can stop complaining that he's left them on.
One is mounted above our front door so that the lights in the foyer fixture and the lower stairwell fixture go on as we enter from either direction. Another is in the closet adjoining our master bedroom. The closet is a walk through between the master bedroom and master bath. Now hubby doesn't have to find the switch - which is sort of hidden behind my bathrobe - and remember to turn it off.
A third controls the upper stairway fixture on the stairs to our loft level. The lower fixture is triggered by the foyer sensor as we walk toward the stairs. Prior to installing the Hue lights and sensor we had to try to figure out which of four different switches controlled the stair light fixtures at the top of the stairs and the four at the bottom. I still have no idea what the other three upstairs do - something to figure out when I have some extra time to experiment. I assume outlets. The last sensor is my favorite - it controls a Lightstrip Plus with 3 extensions on a high shelf like structure that runs above our kitchen.
Before adding the Lightstrips and motion sensor we'd try to figure out which of five switches controlled the different lighting options in our kitchen area - the overhead recessed bulbs, the island pendants, the undercabinet lighting, the living room ceiling fan, and apparently one more that controls who knows what - as we were walking through. So we'd just skip the decision entirely most of the time and end up kicking the cat bowl across the room in the dark. Or kicking the poor kitty herself. Now the lights go on when we walk in from either direction - and that sensor I didn't even have to mount because its magnet sticks onto the metal corner bead on the kitchen wall and is positioned perfectly to catch us as we approach it.
Using a regular Zigbee sensor over a smart home hub, Philips Hue gave me 10 sec delays which was really annoying. Coupled with the non-simultaneous switching of lights and scenes made it a horrible experience. Mind you, the same Zigbee sensor controlling other Zigbee HA lights was acceptable. Not great, but acceptable. Philips response time within its own ecosystem is great.
The bad, unlike a regular Zigbee motion sensor (Specifically the Sylvania/Ledvance one paired with a Wink hub), the Philips motion sensor is very limited in its capabilities. It has a great ambient light sensor but everything else has to be done via the Hue app, which is very limiting. You only have 2 time zones available for 2 scenes. The sensor can only control a single light, or ALL the lights in ONE room. In order to mimic separate light control, scenes have to be set for all the lights in a room. And again, you only have 2 slots to choose from. The hue app is probably the most limiting part of this sensor. It's easy to configure, but very limited in its capabilities.