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You want to use two Philips Hue motion sensors in the same area and make them work together? Here is a step by step tutorial how to make it happen with iConnectHue:

Please Note: This tutorial describes how to set up one Hue motion sensor, at the end please repeat these steps for the second one. In our example, the motion sensors are called “Corridor A” and “Corridor B”.

At first make sure you have “only reacts if groups are off” turned ON – so that one motion sensor can take over actions if you are out of sight of the other one (note that this means that cancelling via switches or app will not work).

(Please note, that the toggle for “only reacts if groups are off” is currently displayed wrong in some pictures. We will update them in short term.)

Now select “Add new action”.

Select to cancel motion sensor

In our example, we let the motion sensor “Corridor A” cancel the inactivity actions of “Corridor B”.

Make sure you did it for every time slot.

At last, make sure that you have set your motion sensors to dim and then turn off. The state return is currently not supported for motion sensor combination.

Remember to do the same process for the second sensor.

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