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    Default Advice on PIR

    I am running a mainly LightwaveRF system till now as I liked their sockets and wall switches.
    On and off times are controlled by PC based software I have written, it also shows images etc from cameras and weather data on one wall mounted touch screen.
    I have 5 IP cameras set up on which images are captured when the PIR is tripped and notified to PC using an Arduino (again a home made script) broadcasting on UDP.

    Is there a 433 Mhz PIR that will do a UDP broadcast that I can read using the LightwaveRF box, i.e. bypassing the Ardunio ?
    Would like one that also broadcasts a warning when the battery is low.
    An Internal and External version is required.

    I see a lot out there but not sure how they work as a standalone PIR (i.e. without their master alarm system).

    Thanks for help.

    Andrew

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    This help?? http://lightwaverf.com/wp-content/up...5/10/LW107.pdf (battery low is visual on the unit however)

    Vangelis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vangelis View Post
    This help?? http://lightwaverf.com/wp-content/up...5/10/LW107.pdf (battery low is visual on the unit however)

    Vangelis
    Not sure it does, as far as I can tell it only broadcasts to a socket of relay to which it is paired.

    Have asked LightwaveRf to clarify but they are painfully slow to respond !

    Anyone else have any ideas, some of the other homeauto stuff out there must do this ?

    Andrew

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