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  1. Now, I realize this is just for FUN and NOT a practical use case, but looking for way to get around limitation of the single device attachment to an Echo Flex. I first tried the "USB hub" approach, but the Flex doesn't like seeing two devices Then I used the "double-stack" approach, which does work but of course request an extra Flex Finally, I added a gooseneck USB extension to raise the detector up to reasonable person-detection height Ok, its too expensive, but it does provide an AC powered motion detector light... 🙂
  2. I was wondering of anyone else had run into any issues with the Flex Motion Sensor. I had to return a couple because they were intermittent and now I just had one get stuck "on" … 4 Days! I really like the form factor as it gives me a clean solution for seniors and no batteries to worry about One small problem is that it takes 40 seconds after it detects motion and the motion is gone before it can detect again, unlike the SmartThings motion sensor which is ready in 15 seconds after loss of motion
  3. I just received an Echo Flex with motion sensor plugin and light plugin My intended use case is for a compact plug-mounted Echo with an integral motion sensor in the kitchen and bathroom of a senior's home. The Echo Flex can support either a plug-in motion sensor or a plug-in light. The light supports a wide range of colors and brightness
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