I have a few Logi Circle 2 and I have been playing with the recent addition of luxury sensors on them. I'm using the Home + app (because I don't know how to do this in the home app in stock).
I lit in some room lights when the occupancy is detected and previously I would do it "only at night". The problem with this is that it can be a dark road before sunset, or even in the middle of the day if the blinds are stopped.
So I noticed that at home + you can add additional conditions. Instead of night, I changed it when the Luxury is below a certain value. The added benefit is that if I am already in the room and I have set the lights to certain colors, they are overwritten the next time the occupancy sensors are triggered.
My problem is ..... the smallest luxury value is 3.1. Some of my cameras are in range 2 when the lights are fully on (the occupancy sensor is half covered). So they are overwritten by the automation of the movement is that I have the lights set on something other than what automates their movement.
Any suggestions ??
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