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[Done] PIR sensors
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Hi,

I would like support for PIR Sensors, wired and with 433Mhz.

I have 1 KL-690, it is rocognized as a sc2262 switch. The problem is, it sends everytime closed (or open depending on jumper setting). I see them in pilight-recive, but the values are not updated after the first detection.

The other pir on the gpio port can use gpio_switch, but I would like a delay after motion.

So it would be great to have a timed autotoggle feature for such devices.

Regards Martin
 
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#2
You can use an eventing rule and reset it, if the device does not create it.
 
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(01-16-2015, 06:48 PM)martinr Wrote: The other pir on the gpio port can use gpio_switch, but I would like a delay after motion.

I'm using this PIR as a GPIO switch and it has a build in delay pot.meter.
 
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(01-17-2015, 09:23 AM)wo_rasp Wrote: You can use an eventing rule and reset it, if the device does not create it.

Can you please give me an example, how to do this? The sc2262 is readonly, so I can't switch it.
 
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