Pet Friendly PIR

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nigels0
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Pet Friendly PIR

Post by nigels0 » Monday 10 July 2017 11:32

Hi,

After getting annoyed about small animals tripping PIRs, I took a gamble and bought one of these from eBAY to see if it would work - and it does - with the Lighting 4 protocol in the RFXTX455E

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pet-friendly- ... 2749.l2649

Pet friendly Pet Immune PIR Motion Detector For KERUI Alarm System 433MHz

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Re: Pet Friendly PIR

Post by simon_rb » Saturday 11 November 2017 23:48

I found this very PIR in ebay and was hoping it would work with domoticz so did a search and come across this post. Is it indeed pet friendly?

Many Thanks

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Re: Pet Friendly PIR

Post by nigels0 » Sunday 12 November 2017 0:05

Yes, seems to work a lot better than the Siemens ones I used to use and do discriminate . Set up as a lighting 4. I offeedr £9 for them each time and it was always accepted🙂

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Re: Pet Friendly PIR

Post by simon_rb » Sunday 12 November 2017 12:01

Damn, I just offered £11 and still waiting.

We have motion detectors but the wife has decided she wants cats! So our hallway light keeps coming on when the cats decided to walk to the kitchen lol.

How long did you have to wait for delivery? It’s showing 1 Jan 😱

Thanks for the prompt reply!!

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Re: Pet Friendly PIR

Post by nigels0 » Friday 17 November 2017 17:27

Usually much sooner - couple of weeks I think...

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