I have a SmartThings Indoor IP Camera, and water to try setting up an automation with it. In particular, I’ve setup a time-of-day automation between 0600 and 1000, set to fire one time only, connected to the SmartThings Camera’s person detection, which is supposed to turn on a set of lights as the action. Likewise, I have a second that is set to function between 0100 and 0600 that turns on a single light in the kitchen for 10 minutes if a person is detected.
Setting up the automations was fine, but they’re not firing when a person is present during the specified times. I can see that the camera is detecting that a person is present, but nothing is happening. I’ve verified in the IDE that my hub’s timezone is correct (and other time-based routines are working just fine – just not ones based on the camera person detection).
Is this a known bug/limitation, or is there some trick to getting the camera’s person detection to trigger automations? TIA!
EDIT: As a test, I’ve setup a new automation just to verify that the Person Detection from the ST Camera is throwing events (the automation is simply “if person detected, send notification”), and that also isn’t working. I can see from the IDE the event gets triggered, but the automation never does. So “time of day” seems to be the least of my issues