Does anyone know if this product is compatible with SmartThings Hub v 2. If not does anyone know of a motion sensor that is not Battery powered that will work with ST Hub?
@pdolan, This is a interesting device. I saw it a while back and wondered the same thing.
Out of the box, this is probably not supported beyond just a regular zwave motion sensor - BUT, you’re in luck!
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I do really like that little indicator, though. Much smaller than an outlet module and a night-light and it could easily be moved around a house. For me, it is a device looking to solve a problem…just don't know what that problem is yet. Although, having a nice little light to indicate a mode or all the doors are locked is way better than reaching for your phone. In our house, we try to make it so you don't have to reach for the phone, unlock it, open the app, scroll to what you want to see, etc. This little light is WAY easier.
And a custom device type you can try:
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// Express Controls EZMultiPli Multi-sensor
// Motion Sensor - Temperature - Light level - 8 Color Indicator LED - Z-Wave Range Extender - Wall Powered
// driver for SmartThings
// The EZMultiPli is also known as the HSM200 from HomeSeer.com
// 2017-04-10 - DrZwave (with help from Don Kirker) - changed fingerprint to the new format, lowered the OnTime
// and other parameters to be "more in line with ST user expectations", get the luminance in LUX so it reports in lux all the time.
// 2016-10-06 - erocm1231 - Added "updated" method to run when configuration options are changed. Depending on model of unit, luminance is being
// reported as a relative percentace or as a lux value. Added the option to configure this in the handler.
// 2016-01-28 - erocm1231 - Changed the configuration method to use scaledConfiguration so that it properly formatted negative numbers.
// Also, added configurationGet and a configurationReport method so that config values can be verified.
// 2015-12-04 - erocm1231 - added range value to preferences as suggested by @Dela-Rick.
// 2015-11-26 - erocm1231 - Fixed null condition error when adding as a new device.
// 2015-11-24 - erocm1231 - Added refresh command. Made a few changes to how the handler maps colors to the LEDs. Fixed
// the device not having its on/off status updated when colors are changed.
// 2015-11-23 - erocm1231 - Changed the look to match SmartThings v2 devices.
// 2015-11-21 - erocm1231 - Made code much more efficient. Also made it compatible when setColor is passed a hex value.
// Mapping of special colors: Soft White - Default - Yellow, White - Concentrate - White,
// Daylight - Energize - Teal, Warm White - Relax - Yellow
// 2015-11-19 - erocm1231 - Fixed a couple incorrect colors, changed setColor to be more compatible with other apps
There’s also a $90 smartenIT ZIGBEE motion sensor which normally operates on batteries, but can be wired to a power adapter if you prefer. About the size of a single gang switch plate. It’s popular for hotels and apartment lobbies to trigger lobby lighting. It’s a little nicer looking, I think, then homeseer but costs more and there is some work to set it up if you want it wired. It uses zigbee home automation 1.2 profile, so it should work with SmartThings, a number of their other devices do.
The Homeseer will be easier to use because it just plugs in. But it’s always good to have choices.
ZBMS3 - Model # 1019C
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