WiFi-operated motion sensor
Always connected Wi-Fi Motion Sensor with over 1 year battery life, powered by Silicon Labs Wi-Fi IoT Solutions. Featuring a 6500 mAh rechargeable battery.
Over 1 Year Battery Life
You can count on the long-lasting 6500 mAh rechargeable battery.
Real Time Response
Responds in less than 200ms and immediately triggers actions to another device.
Equipped with the lowest power consuming Wi-Fi modem in mass production in the world!
Connect Shelly Motion to your Wi-Fi network. No HUB required!
256 levels of sensitivity allows adjustment to the distance and the movement to which the sensor reacts.
Tamper detection and 128 levels of vibration sensitivity will notify you about the slightest vibration.
Combine Shelly lighting control devices with Shelly Motion and set the sensor to turn on the lights the moment you enter the room.
Don’t wake up your family during your night-time snack! Set Shelly Motion smart scheduling option to turn on the lights very dimly at late hours. That way it will not irritate you eyes or wake your loved ones.
No hub required
Shelly Motion can be controlled directly and without a hub through your smartphone. This way you can monitor and control your home, set scenes and adjust setting wherever you are!
- Battery life 12 - 36 months
- Battery type 6500 mAh, built-in
- Power supply DC Micro USB (charger not included)
- Device power consumption < 1 W
- Illumination measurement Yes
- Motion detection Yes
- Vibration detection Yes
- Operational temperature 0ºC to + 40ºC
- Wireless/WiFi Protocol 802.11 b/g/n (2.4 GHz)
- Frequency 2400 – 2500 MHz
- Radio signal power 1mW
- Operational range (depending on local construction) • up to 50 m outdoors
• up to 30 m indoors
Once set up, it is fantastic.
You need to have a lot of patience with the app which can get frustrating at times.
Would be good if the default settings were similar to a standard sensor to just get you going.
Highly recommend using a static IP address and creating a network dedicated to 2.4ghz and using your shellys only for this. I had a feeling mine was trying to flick between 2.4 and 5ghz every so often and lock up, and things only came right when I locked in 2.4ghz on a dedicated network.