I already have an automation that sets my outdoor lights to 100% 15 minutes before sunset. I then have another group of automations that "fade" the exterior lights to 20% over a 45 minute period starting at sunset. It's really just a bunch of subsequent automations at 15 minute intervals. Anyway, I have Hue outdoor sensors and want to use their motion detection capabilities to trigger the lights to go up to 100% if motion is detected after the 45 minute time period after sunset mentioned above. And then, if no motion is detected after XYZ minutes, set the lights to 20% again. If this is possible, how? I can easily figure out setting the lights to 100% if the outdoor sensors detect motion. Do I then create another automation for ("stop detecting occupancy" as the Hue sensor values show in HK, which is weird) and set the lights to 20%? How long is the time period for "stop detecting occupancy"? I like HK, but sometimes even the most basic automations are impossible without third party software. If so, any recommendations?
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