Looking into it more now that I can actually do stuff. light and temperature values. Also, compared to the indoor motion sensor, this device doesn't seem to have any temperature sensor. There is nothing to do than to live with it, as far as I know, or use a openhab rule to make a “software” calibration. you also wrote above. same thing here. out of interest i checked the temperatures, to see if they measure (almost) the same - but i have a difference of 2° Celsius. What Makes the Hue Motion Sensor Better than Other Motion Sensors. A little bit concerned about those 3 sensors dropping out when I took deCONZ down for a bit though :(. Neither the temperature nor the light levels were being shown. Then I told him to remove the device from deCONZ and then rescan, still the same issue occured, but then after some time all of the sudden reporting started working. I've tried the same thing for the temperature sensor and it seems to work fine. Then second step to bind the occupancy sensing cluster to ConBee II Configuration Tool or whatever it is. Edit: By tapping all the checkboxes (simple descriptors did not stick even after multiple tries) I managed to get at least the manual readings working. The reporting configuration and binding table are lost when factory-resetting the device (which you need to do to re-connect the device to deCONZ, after updating its firmware on the Hue bridge). Think I've finally gotten to the bottom of it though! https://github.com/dresden-elektronik/deconz-rest-plugin, has to look like this: With the release of a whole range of different Hue outdoor bulbs, lights and fittings it makes sense for an outdoor sensor to be released, how different it will be to the indoor one we don’t know, but by the looks of it, instead of redesigning and realising a new motion sensor that can be used indoors and outdoors, it is going to release one septically for outdoor use. I missed the aspect to do the update via STD OTAU, that I will test then in addition later on... To do so, you will need to use a HomeKit App from a third-party developer, like the Eve for HomeKit App, which is free on the App store. When I was in the restaurant industry, we used to do this weekly to calibrate our probes. I have started to look at the Deconz GUI and i have found that I can get a manual read of both sensors but the Min Report Interval, Max Report Interval and Reportable Change values are all 65535. Once you have it, … Maybe I need to ask if some colleague etc. Reset the one on the older firmware and when it came back all those read settings were at 65535 again which was fairly annoying. Thanks. How do I … I'm running latest version of hass.io with the Deconz add-on on a RBPi4. Indoors the situation is expectedly worse, with Hue’s own product announcements from 2019 saying that you can expect a 30 foot (9.1m) indoor range. The Samsung SmartThings Motion Sensor stands out among the few Alexa-compatible sensors because its long range ... Hue Smart Hub. The Hue motion sensors are certainly the least stable device types I have. Ok thanks again. I have added a Hue motion sensor to my Conbee 2 and it works well except the temperature and light level. So but now first the test on my test PI. I personally don't bother with the updates for the motion sensor. It works very well. It seems that the sensor is not updating the values by its own. All the lights, switches and Xiaomi sensors and stuff came back fine, just 3 of the Hue motion sensors, two on the latest firmware and that one on the slightly older one. Though it may work for most of us, it isn´t quite enough for a real calibration…. Buy a Hue bridge, which I normally would absolutely not need, and do a firmware update from on the indoor Sensor from Vers. I don't quite remember how I setup my Pi for development (a long time ago), but I think that should be enough. I currently use Apple HomeKit which allows Philips hue motion sensor to show room temperature and give motion notifications. The vertical angle for sending motion is 80 degrees tilting slightly down so the higher you place the motion sensor the more range you will have. The wireless design of this Philips Hue motion sensor … Again with this sensor all three configuration variables were set to 65535. I have the same issue with this sensor. For temperature I used the Reporting Setting 10, 300, 20 as used by the SML001 internal Hue Motion sensors and wrote it to the device. This comment pointed me to right direction: Water can boild at 92 to 98 degree celcius. On a slightly worse note, as part of the issues I was having I ended up taking the VM that deCONZ is running in offline for a while. No this issue is not resolved. But then this issue occurred. It would not add as this old version did not yet support the uotside sensors. And in 4, you need to copy ../libstd_otau_plugin.so. (If you just want to round down to a whole number change the final line to round_truncate (officeTempF,0). Once that’s done, all Hue devices and bulbs will appear in the home app. On the box it says the range is 12 meters for detecting motion. Did you do the sudo apt-get deconz-dev? Wonder if that is why the settings were strange. Maybe it's enough to do the binding. In the industry sector, calibration would probably be using a smaller range than 0 - 100 degree celcius. My SML001 indoor Hue motion sensors report 65534 for that. The problem is that when the led stripe is off and the sensors detects a motion it turns up to 100% and with another color? You signed in with another tab or window. Sending commands to battery-powered devices is challenging, as they sleep most of the time, turning off their radio. The Hue Outdoor Sensor is the first outdoor HomeKit sensor, and adds motion, temperature, and light sensors to automate the outside of your Apple-centric smart home. Motion sensing and temperature sensing appear to work fine. I think I'd be fine for a while with even the motion sensing working, but can't get even that functioning. You have to have at least one reference to measure your offset from. .. oh, good hint, I really missed that. It definitily needed removing after adding to 2.05.52, but indeed it seems to need some time after adding it to the current deCONZ version... deCONZ checks periodically whether the reporting is working, re-applying the configuration if it isn't. Most human would be dead reaching outside this range, and by then, there is no need to measure at all. It seems this issue is inactive / resolved. Kinda odd that it would happen independently for two sensors, though. Maybe a suggestion for Deconz to do these configs automatically in a future firmware version if possible? Sure hope we can locate the firmware, so I don’t have to re-pair all my sensors to the Hue bridge to update them, see #270. Please open another issue as your issue might be different. You need to add the deCONZ apt library to your system, as described in Install deCONZ. I have two Hue Motion sensors which does not work as intended. As I plan to steer my shutters with the illumi-measurement, I definitely need continuous data for that. yes it's all there, it has been a former clone from my prod system reading packages Bit of an update on this, I tried adding another motion sensor to deCONZ over the weekend and this one was even worse. As the measurement itself seems to be correct (shows equal values for low illumination like the others), this seems to be a mater of the range. If anyone has any suggestions or can point me in the right direction to fix this then I would be really grateful. to get the real calibrated temperature. at leas mum and dad will have one. So far so good. It's a separate plugin, don't mix REST API plugin and STD OTAU plugin sources. You can verify the reporting setup by double-clicking on Measured Value and press Read Config: Nope, don't get anything back from the deconz GUI when forcing a read from the cluster info (tried to explain that in initial post, sorry if it wasn't clear). Motion sensors can have a range of up to 120 feet and a field of view of roughly between 100 and 300 degrees. If I connect them to the Hue bridge the light level works fine. I am experiencing the same for all of my Philips Hue Motion Sensors. The motion/presence detection is working perfectly but both the lux level and temperature sensors stay at zero. One of the best options for a motion sensor is to use it to trigger lights to turn on or off automatically. You only need to do this once; the config will stick until you factory-reset the motion sensor. PS. We have extended the temperature range, based on the feedback that people would like to use this Formula for frost detection So, it's pricey, lacks functionality and is too big. Its all a matter of whats in the water (calcium, salt etc), and the pressure under which the water boils). Edit2: Think I figured it out. I paired a Philips Hue Motion Sensor to Conbee II, it reports 1 lux in Home Assistant, 0 in Phoscon, and the same as you folks in Deconz, I bought an old Hue V1 bridge, reset both and automagically they paired to each other. Connect this Philips Hue motion sensor to your Philips Hue bridge (not included) to create a smart home lighting system. ... Can this be fixed? Since all sensors are now more than 24h properly reporting, I guess the ConBee II firmware update seems having been the answer to my problems. The reading never changes in HomeAssistant, nor the Phoscon web UI nor the REST API. Ie, if you need temperature about human body (37 degree celcius) you would probably calibrate somewhere between min/max, like 25 - 45 degree celcius. Having a look in the GUI, I could force a read from the temperature sensor and get a value back but when I read the reporting configuration back all 3 values were set to 65535. If this tolerance is ± 1° your 2° are in range. One of the great thing about the Philips Hue system are the switches that you can set up with the system toking over your old light switch, however what about sensors, we review the Hue Motion Sensor that will take your home lighting to a whole new level. The Formula allows you to set two alerting scenes when the temperature in the baby’s room is above or below the thresholds. I had to take it down today and I've ended up with 3 out of the 4 of them stuck in a state where the deconz GUI appears to show them not connected to the network, they don't generate events and none of the attributes update. How to create a temperature … The version of the Hue motion sensor is 6.1.0.18912, so I guess there is a newer one available but unfortunately I already sold my Hue bridge, so I cannot update it. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: Sounds like attribute reporting hasn't been setup. The worst issue I'm having at the moment is that whenever I have to take the server running deconz down for a short while, I always end up with at least one of the motion sensors which completely stops responding. I manually matched those up with the other sensor I added previously and that seemed to get the temperature reporting working. It is a general problem with the Philips Hue motion sensor. Actually, you get something back, the issue is that Measured Value is zero. will try this and get back with the results. I always have to go to the GUI and read them manually... For me, at first it seems to work at least on the motion detection side, but then after a minute or so it's no longer reporting any values. That only works when the sensor detects motion. For calibration our temperature sensors, I can only advice to get the very best temperature probe/measuring instrument you can afford. The reporting configuration shows 65535 only. I do see the green link between the motion sensor and a lamp, which connects to ConBee II. No lightlevel/lux readings from Hue motion sensor. No need to buy a Hue bridge; you should be able to update the Hue motion sensor firmware through the STD OTAU plugin in deCONZ, see https://github.com/dresden-elektronik/deconz-ota-plugin. Question to installation: is this „std_otau_plugin.cpp“ the right file to install/compile? See https://developers.meethue.com/develop/hue-api/supported-devices/#supportred-sensors, section 2.7 for the relationship between lightlevel and lux. The blue lights also blink on the sensor when I'm initiating a read, but the read's always fail after about a minute. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Same with manual writes that I have tried. I'll try linking those with the Conbee tomorrow and see if the same thing happens. The Hue sensor firmware update in the end became to complicated for me. Worth noting is that both of them worked flawlessly with my Hue … Was kind of difficult even with technical background. The script gets the temperature from Hue, converts it to Fahrenheit, and rounds it down to two decimal points. When I brought it back, three of the motion sensors weren't working at all, no updates, reads were failing from the deCONZ GUI. Motion and temperature works, but illuminance returns only 0. @Mimiix could you please reopen this issue? That still puzzles me. Took a day though, haha. to your account. I attempted to bind as suggested in #340 (comment) but this doesn't work. First one I tried was on 6.1.0.18912, second one was on 6.1.1.27575. Any ideas? Seems like the restart deCONZ thing seems to kick the light sensor into life so at least there's a workaround. Yep. The Philips sensor is on firmware version 6.1.1.27575 and the Conbee II is on version 2.05.75 / 08/03/2020 and firmware 264A0700. Afterwards I created the binding for temperature … If you don’t want to wait, you can compile the plugin yourself (just like the REST API plugin). The sensor reports back Status 0x88 (read only). All three sensors are still reporting. It's quite bulky too. The Hue Motion sensor's integrated daylight sensor detects when there is still enough daylight so that lights do not turn on until you need them. Temperature reporting seemed to work with just the changes I did, so did not have to fiddle with it. That doesn’t need motion. The other one is only reporting illuminance and nothing else. Besides the now bigger issue #2273, now the indoor sensor seems to report in a stable manner. Neither ice water or boild water can do this. The light levels were doing this same thing as previously, reading a 0 value even with a forced read. Also manually reading the configs or attributes fail on Deconz GUI. package not findable, ...hmhm read a bit further and now asking myself if I might have first to update my deCONZ firmware ...? Gateway info: Vendor dresden elektronik To explain the above, the sensor gives the temperature as a four-digit number, like 1753, which is 17.53 degrees Celsius. In case you only need a sensor that detects motions for a shorter distance, a good option is one with a shorter range and narrower field of view. thanks @cweitkamp, that could be a way to go - then i would need a device (a third sensor, but which?!) It's quite bulky too. any ideas? With the bridge the light level is coming in Home Assistant. So reporting "suddenly" starting to work is not that strange (the fact that it didn't work before, obviously, is). And sudo apt update followed by sudo apt install -f? every sensor has a tolerance. Hadn’t seen that firmware version yet, thanks. Thanks in advance. It should be included in the next version of deCONZ. He added the device originally using deCONZ 2.05.52. We have to do it by creating our own solution. In the industry sector, calibration would probably be using a smaller range than 0 - 100 degree celcius. When you have done this you have a calibrated probe. It was detected quickly and also picked up by Home Assistant. Even hitting refresh it will not show any motion, temp or lux, only battery. Restarting Conbee/phoscon or re-adding the sensor doesn't bring the illuminance to life. Wonder if that is why the settings were strange, the device was still visible from the web UI, just greyed out. Apologies for the lack of updates on this, I've been having some really annoying issues with my lights/deCONZ network and I've been fighting with them for the last couple of days. @jensflorian As OP's issue is resolved, this issue is closed. I haven't seen that before. Two of them working great. Food temperature probe, Then calibrate Ie, if you need temperature about human body (37 degree celcius) you would probably calibrate somewhere between min/max, like 25 - 45 degree celcius. Always remember to let the reference instrument settle every time if has been moved from one location to another (one room to another). The Hue bridge seems to cache the last reported value from the sensor and those are what get displayed in HomeKit. Additionally, it has an ambient light sensor which is central to this tutorial. Since writing these values the sensors still do not update automatically. I have 3 normal sensor working fine. But I only get an update for light and temperature when I manually trigger the read event for this items via cluster info. 6.1.1.27575. In addition to the App, you will also need devices such as a temperature sensor, smart plug, or thermostat to set it all in motion. Update 2 I removed the sensor from my Hue hub and reset it to set up with Phoscon. Maybe the device disables the hardware light level sensor when no attribute reporting (or supporting binding) has been configured for it? So, let me show you a very simple way to get the motion sensor to work harder for you. Not only do you get the motion sensor itself, but also a light intensity sensor and a temperature sensor. By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and Or is it simple like: $ sudo apt-get qmake (?). March 11, 2019 / Software version: 6.1.1.27575. I told him to upgrade for using the (outside) motion sensors. I'm not familiar with python developing. Do the values update if you read the attributes of the Illuminance Measurement cluster in the Cluster Info panel in the deCONZ GUI? I have another two on 6.1.1.27575 which I need to migrate over to deCONZ that have only ever been attached to the Hue bridge, I'll see what happens with those and update the ticket. Probably about 4 times the size of the indoor sensor. Forcing a read of the cluster attributes times out. Maybe I'll just need to wait a bit and see if it works itself out after some time. After compilation, you get a libstd_otau_plugin.so which you need to copy to /usr/share/deCONZ/plugins (stop deCONZ first or it will crash). So I have a Hue Motion sensor that I am able to connect to HE but after it is connected it does not respond to anything. Afterwards I created the binding for temperature and illuminance. It can trigger your lights and gadgets accordingly. Ok, but I‘m wondering, as mine shows up to 14444lux, also in the Phoscon App, so not only in my Pimatic house automatization. - Page 2 If you google it, you´ll notice quite a few topics about the motion sensor beeing 2 degrees celsius wrong. Hi, thanks all for working this out. Which means you have to have something which you know for sure is 100% correct. I have set up a Conbee II stick this afternoon, new out of the box and I am having similar problems with a Philips motion sensor as described in this issue. Basically had to set up the correct config values for occupancy, illuminance measurement and I guess I do need to do temperature as well, but did not yet figure out the correct values. I ended up pairing that with the Hue bridge and updating to latest firmware. https://github.com/dresden-elektronik/deconz-rest-plugin/wiki/Update-deCONZ-manually#update-in-raspbian. So if it doesn’t work in the end, I will install an outdoor sensor also within the house, for sure without the huge cave, within it is originally mounted . Send him back and get another outdoor Hue Sensor (Firmware Vers. thanks @vzorglub, Vincent. I will give it an additional try as following: Respective your hint about when the sensors sends the Illumination data: My outdoor sensor continuously sends it, or maybe in short intervals. I've manually set those to match the other sensor and restarted the deCONZ process. When the water is really boiling hard, the probe should show 100°C. Seems like the restart deCONZ thing seems to kick the light sensor into life so at least there's a workaround. Have a question about this project? The Hue motion sensors are light sleepers, waking every ~5 seconds to see if their parent has saved a message for them. Before connecting, make sure to press the reset button for 10 seconds, so it really resets. It also sets up the sensor to report when the illumination changes significantly. So I was now able to connect my Xiaomi light sensor, which I still had here for some weeks. ;-) While the Hue Motion does not have this feature, it does have some significant competition as it actually contains three sensors in one. He took himself the longest time to re-connect, after the stick forgot about the entire network, but after some hours he came back by himself and restarts reporting. i have gotten both of them and put them on the same spot in the living room So, all in all seems my original issue with down to that version of firmware and the latest one seems fine. He doesn’t need a motion detected for that. As far as updates then yes you would have to move it back to the hue bridge and then back to HE. This got me the correct values once but they still do not update automatically. OK, i did the ConBee firmware update, which was a bit tricky, but in the end worked. I however had a similar issue with one of them, but after 1-2h temperature and light level readings where there. One of them is working fine as a motion, and illuminance sensor but the temperature reading is always 0 degrees. Even though the temperature sensor has been working since I installed it earlier on in the day: Product ConBee II If it is not, please re-open or create another issue! Hi, I already intalled 3 huemotion sensors. Deconz is on the latest firmware from Dec 2019. The sensor has been tested to work in rain and at temperatures between -20 degrees Celsius (-4 Fahrenheit) to 55 degrees Celsius (131 Fahrenheit). This is probably good enough for blind, curtain, and light control, even during a day-time thunderstorm or solar eclipse, but I must admit that I still haven’t tested the latter case. No need for the Hue Bridge if you don't need it. Currently it’s not possible to retrieve data from Hue Motion Sensors or Hue Dimmer Switches from the Philips Hue binding (see https://github.com/eclipse/smarthome/issues/2603). It seems to be, that I do not have a compiler (qmake) installed. but you’d need to set up the Hue Bridge to work via the app. I actually thought I'd updated the first one to the latest firmware, guess I'll have to connect it to the Hue bridge for a while. ), Something like these: Currently, the highest lightlevel I'm seeing is 33819, which the REST API plugin translates to 2369 lux. returns: not allowed operation, $ sudo apt[-get] install deconz-dev (as given on the deconz-rest-plugin page) I will update here soon ... $ sudo apt-get deconz-dev (as you wrote) Note that the sensor only reports changes in illumination periodically and when it also detects motion. I followed the instructions in this post here (once I had got my head around the Deconz GUI). @maguiresf Which firmware version do you have on the Hue motion sennsor? The temperature should be EXACTLY 0°C on your probe, Then put a pan of water for boiling and boil away. Can this be changed simply by changing the value in the deCONZ GUI in the device parameter settings in ‚Max Measured Value‘? With respect to the configuration I already un-binded and binded the illumination cluster, which didn‘t help. Stopping deCONZ before was clear for me . In 2, you need to cd deconz-ota-plugin. Ok, that behavior fits to my observation how the outdoor sensor works. The app's … All three will be available in HomeKit once the device is setup in the Hue … Ok, now I'm really confused. then i would need a device (a third sensor, but which?! There is definitely light in the room, I've tested by placing the motion sensor right next to another one that is detecting a non-zero light level. deCONZ sets up the sensor to report periodically every 5 minutes, same as the Hue bridge. The Philips Hue Bluetooth mobile app. It’s actually not that easy to find and not cheap either. Sign in ... es ever, why should the things be simple? Is there maybe a fix for that? Any other ideas how to kick that in? Thanks for your reply! I also have the same problems with me outdoor sensor, the sensor provides zero for lightlevel and temperature. Ahh, so the first step/command here: I've tried setting that manually to 0 and it does seem to be a little quicker in changing states now. Are you running deCONZ on this machine? Left them for a while to see if they came back, they didn't. #340 (comment). So, it's pricey, lacks functionality and is too big. This is the second motion sensor I've tried now and they've both had the same issue. In the UK, food outlets are required to do this once a week at least and get their probes lab calibrated once a year. I suppose re-pairing them will resolve the issue but this does get a bit tiring having to do it every time. I wonder if we’ll be able to get the 0x01 endpoint to work with the new firmware, binding the sensor directly to (a group of) lights. Version: 2.05.69 / 9/6/2019 I think I may have added that second one to deCONZ when I first got it on whatever version of firmware it shipped with, noticed the light sensor wasn't working and added to Hue bridge thinking I'd mess with it when I had time. reading status I have the same issue. What you can do is calibrate your own temperature probe: I'm in quite the same situation. I agree, I don't think it will resolve your issue. Happy to do anything needed to further debug the issue if required. privacy statement. .... and the rest (steps 2-4) then as described in the mentioned link, resp. For temperature I used the Reporting Setting 10, 300, 20 as used by the SML001 internal Hue Motion sensors and wrote it to the device. I've tried to remove and setup the sensor a bunch of times. I a bowl full of water AND ice, wait 1/2 hour for temperature to settle. It is actually high difficult to calibrate temperature. 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