What I thought was about the „Blind time“ of motion sensors. So if you go out of the WC and quickly go in again, it could be that the motion sensor didn’t recognize you because the blind time is still active.
When I look in the settings of the aqara motion help text states:
But this does bot seem to be a blind time (at every movement the internal timer will be restarted.
@siggajones please also share your flows that turn off the light.
The combination of the setting and your off flow can still cause issues:
Suppose the setting is 300s and your flow switches off the light after 1min:
1 motion switches on the light
2 your off flow switches off the light after 2 min
3 the motion sensor will still stay in the “motion detected” state for 300s (=5min)
4 so if you enter the room after 4 minutes:
motion sensor is still in “active” state and.
therefore zone activity is still in active
so the light will not turn on! Only thing that happens is the 300ms timer will reset
So the zone
The amount of time the sensor is “blind” (insensitive) to motion after last detection. In other words, when it detects and reports motion, it will not report new motion until after the blind time has expired.
It’s really funny. Experienced homey users intensively discuss one of x possible reason, while only very little is known about the actual problem. @siggajones, it’s your turn. Give us more information, as @Dijker has already requested. Share your flows. How many Zigbee routers are in use? And so on, and so on…