Motion sensor related settings for occupancy/vacancy activations and notifications. The device will be in either a Vacant State or an Occupied State depending upon the detection of motion (or lack thereof).
Motion Sensor Default Behaviour
The default motion configuration settings result in the following behaviour:
- The sensor is set to maximum sensitivity resulting in detection of motion within approximately 2 seconds.
- A “Home Security: Motion” notification report will be sent to the Lifeline associations once motion has been detected, and the Occupied State has been entered.
- When in an Occupied State, the device will resend a “Home Security: Motion” notification every 300 seconds (5 minutes) (see Motion Renotification Delay).
- When in an Occupied State, and motion has not been detected for 300 seconds (5 minutes) (see Motion Reset Delay), the device will return to the Vacant State and a “Home Security: Idle” notification report will be sent to the Lifeline associations.
Motion Sensor Occupancy Switch Functionality
For all Swidget base devices, a motion sensor enabled insert will provide occupancy on/off functionality.
By default, the motion configuration is set to execute a basic set command with a value of 0xFF (On) on the host device when the device enters the Occupancy State and execute a basic set command with a value of 0x00 (Off) on the host device when the device leaves the Occupancy State and enters the Vacancy State.
The Motion Detected Entry SET Value parameter and the Motion Detected Exit SET Value parameter are used to control the values sent in the corresponding Basic Set commands.
This allows the device to be placed in any Swidget switch or outlet and have that device automatically turn on and off according to occupancy state without the need for network inclusion, and/or without additional configuration.
Once included in a network, the motion configuration parameters may be changed to modify this behaviour if desired.