Just a few weeks ago, we took a close look at the latest Outdoor Lightship by Philips called Philips Hue Outdoor LightStrip, which is the best on its own, but it becomes more useful when it will be connected with a motion sensor. As we know, Outdoor sensor is much more limiting than outdoor lights which is why we are eagerly waiting to watch the Hue Outdoor Sensor, during CES 2019.
And you would like to know that, it is one of the first and only HomeKit-enabled outdoor motion sensor. Even in our short comparison full review time, in which we can obviously see that it further adds a stock of achievability and potentiality just not only to your older indoor and outdoor Hue light but any other smart lights in your house. Let’s see the sensor yourself, how it works, and some achievability and potentiality that it shows up.
Let’s Talk About Its Sensors – Philips Hue Outdoor Sensor
The new Hue Outdoor Sensor has a matte black outer surface with a perfectly round geometrical bulbous (sphere) in the middle that performs as the sensor eye. It is who advocates, and a mixture of two things, with several exteriors. But it is a little bit on the larger side.
If you compare it with the indoor Hue sensor, then you would like to know, it is far much better and capable. The best part about this sensor is, it has a range of up to 39 feet. And this feature is most needed in the outside environment where the movement or an act of moving could be more distanced from where the Hue sensor is placed or situated.
It really includes a huge stack of choices for setting or support for the sensor to adjust according to the several surfaces,
Everyone who keeps the sensor safe, so it becomes difficult for someone to snatch it off from your wall. The basic level surface sensor screws on the surface of your choices, then the Hue sensor slides from the top and is protected with a simple screw down.
How To Use – Philips Hue Outdoor Sensor
The best thing about this Hue outdoor sensor is, it will automatically turn on as it detects any motion near around it such as a car pulls in, the footpath lights can fire up as your friend’s address.
And it also has the temperature sensor which can be used for enabling and disabling your smart automatically regulates temperature, based on the outside environment temperatures.