Elgato Eve Motion - Wireless Motion Sensor with Apple HomeKit technology, Bluetooth Low Energy
|Price:||CDN$ 69.95 & FREE Shipping. Details|
- Effortless control: automatically set scenes and control your connected accessories via your presence
- Homekit-enabled: unparalleled ease of use and advanced security
- Truly wireless: powered by long-lasting, replaceable batteries
- Easy setup: direct connection using Bluetooth low energy technology – no hub or gateway required
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Cue the perfect ambience simply by entering your room. Eve Motion covers virtually any space thanks to a passive infrared sensor with a wide 120-degree field of view, and lengthy reach of up to 9 m. And, while adjustable sensitivity permits quick fine-tuning for personalized performance, IPX 3 water resistance warrants practical use outdoors.
Create powerful rules with conditions to control your HomeKit-enabled accessories. Automatically activate your 'I’m home' scene when you or a family member roll up the driveway, but only after sunset.
Rule your home
Activate a fan when you enter your living room, but only if your climate sensor has registered a certain temperature. With Eve Motion, make your accessories work in harmony with your lifestyle.
|Eve Motion||Eve Energy||Eve Light Switch||Eve Room||Eve Degree||Eve Door & Window|
|Eve Products||Wireless Motion Sensor||Switch & Power Meter||Connected Wall Switch||Wireless Indoor Sensor||Temperature & Humidity Monitor||Wireless Contact Sensor|
|Characteristics||Automatically set scenes and control your connected accessories via your presence||Instantly see how much energy your devices are using and switch your devices on or off with a simple tap or using Siri||Switch your lights on and off using Siri or with a quick tap on your iPhone||Senses indoor air quality (VOC), temperature, and humidity||Tracks temperature, humidity, and air pressure with unrivaled precision||Understands whether your door or window is open or closed|
|Technical Specifications||2 seconds reaction time, field of view: 120, distance: 30 ft., 0°F - 130°F, IPX3 certified||Sockets: type B||Input: AC 120 V, 50/60 Hz||Operating Range 32°F - 130°F||Operating Range 0°F - 130°F; IPX3 Certified||Completely wireless, long lasting battery|
|Power Supply||2x AA Replaceable Batteries||Max. 15 A / 1800 W||Max. 15 A / 1800 W general purpose - Max. 5 A / 600 W tungsten lamp||3x AA Replaceable Batteries||1x CR2450 Replaceable Battery||1x ER14250 Replaceable Battery|
|Technology||Bluetooth Low Energy||Bluetooth Low Energy||Bluetooth Low Energy||Bluetooth Low Energy||Bluetooth Low Energy||Bluetooth Low Energy|
|Dimensions||3.2 x 3.2 x 1.3 in||2.6 x 2.6 x 1.9 in||1.5 x 2.8 x 4.5 in||3.1 x 3.1 x 1.3 in||2.1 x 2.1 x 0.6 in||2.1 x 1.0 x 0.9 in and 0.7 x 0.7 x 0.3 in|
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Quality of the product is top notch though and setup is easy.
My HomeKit deployment uses AppleTV 4 as the hub and is about 30 ft away from the sensor. Out of the box, it worked well. You have to use the Eve app to configure the sensitivity and "timeout" setting. You then configure an ON rule and OFF rule for when motion stops being detected -- these rules then show up in the iOS Home app but aren't fully editable, you have to manage it in Eve.
Worked fine until night when I told Siri to turn off all the lights. Coincidence or not, the sensor stopped detecting motion (according to the app) and I had to reset the sensor. It's been working for about 6 hours now and I'll update if it happens again. Hopefully that was just a small, technical glitch. Oh, the delay from sense to ON is approximately 3-seconds for me.
I also have a Harmony Hub installed and lots of SmartThings on the way. IF you are simply looking to motion control your Lutron Caseta system, you can use a Harmony Hub, SmartThings, Wink, etc. and leverage other (cheaper) sensors. If you want Siri/HomeKit, then this is the only option right now. Philips Hue has a sensor but doesn't directly work with HomeKit.
Finally, I also have a Google Home and while it has better integration options (direct, IFTTT, etc), all the processing is done through the Cloud whether I like it or not. HomeKit at least gives you a centralized control mechanism able to be used offline (sans Siri voice). If you go Google Home, you'd have to decide on some sort of third-party hub and rely on their app to interface with your automations.
Good luck on your home automation journey!
Was excited to try this out but was extremely disappointed! The motion sensor would connect to my HomeKit app and the Eve Elgato app just fine and would detect motion for the first 1-2 minutes. It would sense motion in the HomeKit app and say "triggered". By the time I setup an automation in HomeKit the sensor would lose connectivity and nothing would happen even as I danced in front of the sensor or tried to sneak up on it. I changed batteries, adjusted sensitivity levels and finally (I'm fairly techie and pride myself on finding these things out myself) turned to google for help.
There I found the link to this product on Amazon.com where the product has actually been pulled by Amazon as a result of the massive returns they've received! There are also a tonne of reviews similar to this one!
Do better Elgato - for the price (and the fact you're in the Apple Store) this is unacceptable.
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