I want to solve this by myself but can you give me a clue of feasibility ?
I have a set of lutron Caseta, some Samsung motion sensors and I set some simple lighting rules (by example my stairs) to switch on the lights if there is motion after sunset (and shut them down after 2 minutes if there is nobody). Fine
I did the same for my kitchen but for unknown reasons (...) my wife doesn't like that behavior for the kitchen. She likes the lights in the kitchen after sunset...
But I want to keep that rule (for me) but want to try another option:
If she trigger the caseta switch (to open the light, as usual), even the motion sensor triggered the light before her (obviously, she needs to go to the kitchen to push the button), I need a rule that overpass the motion rule.
In other words, if she trigger the caseta switch ON (even the light is already ON), the "motion rule" will NOT shut off the lights after 10 minutes (because nobody is in the kitchen...) and will resume at 00:00 or if she trigger the OFF caseta switch.
I'm not presently at ease with those rules to manage this strange rule without your help.
*EDIT: I found the inverse: don't turn ON if manually turned OFF. I need more keep ON if manually turn ON
Thank you !