Philips Hue Motion Sensor
Automatic switch for Hue lighting
Our take on the Philips Hue Motion Sensor by Crutchfield's Emily S.
Automate your home lighting
Motion sensors have been around a long time. But with Philips Hue, the cool part is that you get to decide what happens after motion is detected. Use the Philips Hue app to select the light setting or “scene” you want the sensor to trigger in up to three rooms. Then all you have to do is enter the sensor's wide field of view, and your Hue lights will come on.
You also get to choose what happens when it stops detecting motion. You can have the lights stay on by selecting “do nothing.” Or you can save energy by having them dim and then turn off. Motion sensitivity is adjustable so if your wandering pets are turning on the lights, you can turn down the sensitivity. They can probably see just fine in the dark anyway.
Get the light you need, when you need it
Nobody likes to be blasted with bright light if they have to get up in the middle of the night. That's why the app allows you to select different lighting scenarios for day and night. And the built-in daylight sensor means your lights only turn on when you need them to. You can adjust the light sensitivity within the Hue mobile app.
- triggers your Philips Hue lights when motion is detected
- motion sensitivity is adjustable
- use the mobile app to select which scene or light setting is triggered
- you can select different settings for day and night
- integrated daylight sensor so your lights only turn on when needed
- light sensitivity is adjustable in app
- can be placed on shelf, mounted on wall, or attached to metal surfaces with included magnet
- powered by two AAA batteries (included)
- requires a Philips Hue bridge
- wireless protocol: Zigbee Light Link
- 2-3/16"W x 2-3/16"H x 13/16"D
- warranty: 2 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee