The best way to get 2 motion sensors to control a device? (and stop only 2 minutes after it stops detecting movement)

Cupertino, October 5, 2021

Currently I have 2 Hue motion sensors in my kitchen, both have automations that activate when I feel the movement to start a socket that controls the lightning of my closet and also one that starts an automation: repeat 20 wait 6 if the movement the hue sensor is detected stops running the shortcut ..to stop the plug 2 minutes after it stops motion detection This works decently in the hallway where I have 1 Hue motion sensor on one side of the hallway but in the kitchen due to blind spots , I am finding that I have to use 2 motion sensors. However, I often find that even though I am in the kitchen and moving, the plug still stops and no exaggerated movements are recorded to reactivate the plug immediately. For what it's worth, I use this type of automation as I read centuries ago, it was the best way to do this, which would extend the timer by 2 minutes if it would detect movement and stop only 2 minutes after it did not detect movement. more. Do you have any ideas on how to get both sensors to control the single outlet? If I do separate automations, I assume the timer will not work properly. If this is not possible with the native house or with Eve, I also have a homebridge in my environment.

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