Author Topic: Turning on a switch (zwave) when motion detected at a given time of the day  (Read 817 times)

geirgp

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Is this possible?

I want to turn on the coffee machine in kitchen when the motion detector next to bedroom is triggered in the morning.

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http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Using_Respond_To_Events
Yes you can.  Follow the above link for more info.  I use an X10 motion to trigger a zwave light at NIGHT.

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http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Using_Respond_To_Events
Yes you can.  Follow the above link for more info.  I use an X10 motion to trigger a zwave light at NIGHT.

You can also use an IP Camera with motion enabled as a sensor to trigger this this type of Event too by the way.

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I bow to your superior intellect.   ;D  That is one I did not consider.

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You can also use an IP Camera with motion enabled as a sensor to trigger this this type of Event too by the way.

and the IP camera in the bedroom can be used to pay for LinuxMCE - Famous marketing quote: "LinuxMCE - The system that pays for itself" ...

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Or LinuxMCE, it brings out the voyeur in all of us. ;D