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Both movement and occupancy sensors can measure ambient mild intensity so they are going to only trigger when certain preset lighting thresholds are reached. Driveways, hallways or staircases are prime examples of locations in your smart house that may profit most from a movement sensor set-up. It may be particularly handy if in these elements of the home lights would turn on robotically upon detecting strolling movements-and turn off after an outlined time as well. Wouldn’t it's good in case you come home after dark and the lights of your entrance hall come on as you enter, or if the hallway lights activate for evening-time bathroom visits? Presence sensors may be installed in dwelling rooms, dining rooms and even bedrooms. Usually there will be less movement in these rooms, but a presence sensor could still detect individuals or pets in the room. Household film evening? Your presence sensor knows you’re there and retains the lights on (to a predefined setting). Or join your smart alarm to your presence sensor, and further visible cues could possibly be given in rooms with family members present when the alarm is triggered. A plethora of brands offer good motion and presence sensors that may be linked to your smart home set-up nowadays. Most may be integrated into any dwelling automation system, from a fundamental Philips Hue and Nest set-up to full-blown KNX or Loxone system.

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