I've read that the Philips Hue outdoor motion sensor is highly recommended, but to buy just 2 of would cost as much as all the 18 motion sensors (Sonoff) I have indoors, and I'll need about 5 of them to cover my gardens and driveway!
The Sonoff ones are awesome for indoor use. So I tried 4 in my garden (suitably shielded from rain) but they're just far too sensitive, triggering at every change of sun intensity, gust of wind, bird or even mouse. I actually don't mind the larger wildlife like foxes triggering them (I'm just as interested in being alerted to animals in my garden as to visitors and intruders) but the non-stop alerts from every passing cloud shadow and bird renders them useless.
Is there any decent outdoor motion sensor cheaper than the Hue one, or should I just start saving up?! To those who use the Hue, am I right in understanding that it is Zigbee; that I can connect it to Hubitat directly without any bridge; that it has adjustable sensitivity; and that it also reports temperature and lux in addition to motion (in a way that Hubitat can access)? Thanks in advance.