Control your lights automatically by adding a Philips Hue motion sensor to your Philips Hue system. You can place the sensor anywhere in your home as it is battery-powered and completely wireless. Simply walk past to trigger your lights.
Triggers your Philips Hue lights when motion is detected. Connect the Philips Hue motion sensor to your Philips Hue bridge via the Philips Hue app, and it will automatically turn on your Philips Hue lights when you enter a room. Perfect for your hallway, bathroom, cellar or garage. You can choose in the app which scene or light setting should be triggered when motion is detected. When no more motion is detected, the lights will turn off automatically.
Day and night setting
Automatically turns on a gentle night light. It's possible to set different light settings for day and night. During the day, the sensor can trigger crisp white light to help you see better. At night, it can turn on a gentle night light when you, your partner or child gets out of bed. Just enough to help you navigate in the dark, without waking up the rest of the family.
Integrated daylight sensor
Only turns on the lights when needed. Thanks to an integrated daylight sensor, your lights only turn on when needed. You can easily change the light sensitivity in the Philips Hue app, so the sensor only triggers when you need that bit of extra light. When no more motion is detected, the lights dim down before they automatically switch off after a selected time. The motion sensor also helps you to save energy by automatically turning off lights in areas that aren't being used.
Place it anywhere
No cables, so you can place it anywhere in your home. The motion sensor is battery powered, so it is completely wireless and easy to install anywhere in your home. Setup is done in a matter of minutes. Simply put it on a shelf, side table or mount it to a wall or ceiling using the included screw. You can even attach it to metal surfaces, such as your fridge, with the included magnet. You can easily adjust the detection angle by adjusting the sensor to the right direction.