What is the best practice/most intuitive for using a button or switch to enable and disable motion lighting?
I have a typical motion lighting rule that turns lights on/off based on motion active/inactive. I have a 2 button Pico for times when manual control (disabling the automation) is needed.
If I think of the Pico or a switch as enabling automation, then button 1 (or “on” in the case of a switch) should enable the automation and button 2 (or “off” in the case of a switch) should disable the automation.
However, if I think of the Pico or switch as enabling manual control, then button 1 ( or “on” in the case of a switch) should put the room under manual control (disabling automation) and button 2 (or “off” in the case of a switch) should turn off manual control (enable automation).
Am I missing anything?
Which is the most intuitive?
What are most people doing?
Number 1 or 2?