I have a simple Motion Lighting app for my office: a ZooZ 4-in-1 sensor tests for motion, and turns on the office lights (varying dimness by mode). It also sets a virtual switch "Office occupied" for use in other apps.
There are 2 Ecobee sensors in the office as well, and I set them up as "Additional Sensors" (can you/should you set up the trigger sensor itself as an "additional sensor" or is that clearly redundant?)
That's it. You can see the configuration below.
I'm currently sitting in my office, with no lights on. The logs show my ZooZ going from Active to Inactive as I alternately sit and move, but no lights are triggered. I can't figure out why. A dashboard indicating office motion is properly triggered.
What else could be preventing my lights from going on?
Bonus question: How exactly are Lux measured? My ZooZ reports "53lux" in a pretty naturally bright office, but one of the Hubitat video tutorials is clearly using a 1-1000 scale. How does Hubitat expect me to input values? (And, side note, the language for doing so is weird in the UI: First it says "Turn on only if Lux is less than this value," but the next configuration screen reads "Only if lux exceeds a level")
But man, coming from Vera rather than SmartThings, I'm loving all this trigger/rule making power...