ken_jacobs wrote:I required multiple triggers before the software would accept a motion as legitimate. I found 3 motion sensor "on"s before an "off" to be a reasonable method to desensitize the detector.
I would do this, but I often get 10+ in a row from a motion sensor I have outside, when no one is out there to trigger it. They come back-to-back too, like within 1 second or less of each other. When a real person triggers it, I get one X10 ON. I guess I could do the inverse of what you did to solve the problem, but it's still kind of odd.. something wrong with my sensor maybe?
Does wind really trip these things?
I have 6 other sensors indoors that all behave pretty much as I'd expect. Some are oddly more sensitive than others, even though they're all at the same height and aimed pretty much the same way toward foot traffic. But it's reasonable.