Original Xiaomi Smart Home Aqara Human Body Sensor at Gearbest for £7.52
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Original Xiaomi Smart Home Aqara Human Body Sensor at Gearbest for £7.52

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Found 20th JanEdited by:"crocobauricus"
Hi guys. I've just found this aqara human sensor link. It shows as £10.21, but when added to basket it magically drops to £7.52. Seems to be cheaper than it was previously posted.

You will need either the gateway (£16 atm), or the aqara camera that has the gateway functionality (£24 atm) to interact with this.
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price stays at 10.21 for me
Did work when you posted the deal... price is back to £10.21 now.
Just note, this uses ZigBee and requires V2 gateway, it's not compatible with the original V1 gateway.
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Still works for me. Are you logged in?

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Just a correction you can also use this with the Smartthings hub and also, I believe, Homeassistant.
£10 for me too. Anyone know the difference between this and the original xiaomi one that up for £7.88 ish ?
tellyt3 m ago

Just note, this uses ZigBee and requires V2 gateway, it's not compatible …Just note, this uses ZigBee and requires V2 gateway, it's not compatible with the original V1 gateway.


I bought the gateway from the £16 deal the other day. That the V2 or V1 gateway. Please say V2 lol
nofaddey2 m ago

I bought the gateway from the £16 deal the other day. That the V2 or V1 …I bought the gateway from the £16 deal the other day. That the V2 or V1 gateway. Please say V2 lol


I think it’s the V1 ... I made the same “mistake” as you
steve_b2112 m ago

I think it’s the V1 ... I made the same “mistake” as you


Can you link me the V2 one ?
Been looking .... can’t find anything ref versions. Hopefully tellyt will be back to confirm.

Btw the sensor is back down to £7.52 ... had a couple quid discount in my gearbest account so I’ve ordered one at £5.
If you use the app it's £10.21

If you go through a browser to the GearBest website and log in there it's £7.52
Edited by: "Buyer1024GB" 20th Jan
steve_b217 m ago

Been looking .... can’t find anything ref versions. Hopefully tellyt will …Been looking .... can’t find anything ref versions. Hopefully tellyt will be back to confirm.Btw the sensor is back down to £7.52 ... had a couple quid discount in my gearbest account so I’ve ordered one at £5.


Why did u order one of u have the wrong hub?
I can't find a code but if you have accrued points from previous sales you can use up to 150 points to bring the price down to £5.28
If the gateway has internet radio it will be the v2
nofaddey5 m ago

Why did u order one of u have the wrong hub?


If it’s wrong Il get the right hub :-)
tellyt6 m ago

If the gateway has internet radio it will be the v2


If that's the case it's the right one as posted in the deal a few days ago. Ordered !! Thanks op !!
tellyt6 m ago

If the gateway has internet radio it will be the v2


Ta, so we have the correct one. The hub ordered does have the internet radio feature. Thanks.
Edited by: "steve_b21" 20th Jan
nofaddey1 h, 9 m ago

£10 for me too. Anyone know the difference between this and the original …£10 for me too. Anyone know the difference between this and the original xiaomi one that up for £7.88 ish ?


This has a light sensor too, which opens up all sorts of possibilities
nofaddey1 h, 26 m ago

£10 for me too. Anyone know the difference between this and the original …£10 for me too. Anyone know the difference between this and the original xiaomi one that up for £7.88 ish ?


I believe the new version "aquara" has a lumonsity sensor
Worked for me - could buy as many as I wanted at this price. Ta
Possible word of warning on these if used with Smartthings, mine takes a long time to trigger a webcore piston (over 10 seconds) compared to the Fibaro and Smartthings own. YMMV obviously and these are very cheap in comparison to the others so if speedy response isn't a need for your use case then these may suffice.
Does it only do humans? I want to use it to detect foxes and then pull the trigger on my flame thrower
Rob_Webb1 h, 25 m ago

Possible word of warning on these if used with Smartthings, mine takes a …Possible word of warning on these if used with Smartthings, mine takes a long time to trigger a webcore piston (over 10 seconds) compared to the Fibaro and Smartthings own. YMMV obviously and these are very cheap in comparison to the others so if speedy response isn't a need for your use case then these may suffice.


Trigger a website piston.
Sounds like a Darknet website euphemism.
Thought it was a lamp at first
Heated OP, ordered! Love a bit of Xiaomi...

So the, what does it actually do?
coming out as £7.32 for me
HuckSawyer10 h, 54 m ago

Hi, are you referring to this …Hi, are you referring to this one:https://www.gearbest.com/living-appliances/pp_344667.html?wid=21&utm_source=tt_de


Yes

1200 Internet Radio Broadcast: Multi live online radio optional, you can enjoy beautiful life.
Are these pet proof then?
If anyone has the camera linked to this do you have to pay a subscription?
Original Poster
I'm not paying any subscription for the camera.
crocobauricus2 h, 28 m ago

I'm not paying any subscription for the camera.


Have you got a link to the correct camera to match this sensor as there seems to be a few Xaiomi cams.
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1616french41 m ago

Have you got a link to the correct camera to match this sensor as there …Have you got a link to the correct camera to match this sensor as there seems to be a few Xaiomi cams.


It's actually £22.23 with code IPCAQA.

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crocobauricus43 m ago

It's actually £22.23 with code …It's actually £22.23 with code IPCAQA.https://m.gearbest.com/ip-cameras/pp_978606.html


And how do you find it works?
Any issues or delays on reaction to sensor.
Is it an instant reaction once sensor is activated.
And does this send footage to your phone/pc.
Just not entirely sure how these work or store footage.
Thanks for your help though.
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The camera is really good, proper fish eye lens and good quality image. Make sure you set the password when you set it up as it comes completely open.

I only have the door sensors and these instantly trigger the 12s recording that is uploaded on the cloud. You don't have a cloud link, but you can view all the triggered videos through the app (they are downloaded in the phone when you view them)

Not sure about the presence sensor's reaction tough.
crocobauricus1 h, 9 m ago

The camera is really good, proper fish eye lens and good quality image. …The camera is really good, proper fish eye lens and good quality image. Make sure you set the password when you set it up as it comes completely open.I only have the door sensors and these instantly trigger the 12s recording that is uploaded on the cloud. You don't have a cloud link, but you can view all the triggered videos through the app (they are downloaded in the phone when you view them)Not sure about the presence sensor's reaction tough.


So no real need for this particular sensor if you have the door/window sensors??
I've ordered a few of them just last week.
Didn't realize they would be able to trigger this cam too.
Hardly worth ordering this sensor then if I put a sensor on front door and camera in the hallway.
Thanks again.
Edited by: "1616french" 22nd Jan
Original Poster
The camera has motion detection as well, so the sensor is not needed for this.

I bought mine just to complete my collection, not really for an immediate need
Deal still active via pc browser.
Code doesn't seem to work now.
Rob_Webb20th Jan

Possible word of warning on these if used with Smartthings, mine takes a …Possible word of warning on these if used with Smartthings, mine takes a long time to trigger a webcore piston (over 10 seconds) compared to the Fibaro and Smartthings own. YMMV obviously and these are very cheap in comparison to the others so if speedy response isn't a need for your use case then these may suffice.


I think there might be a connection problem in your house. I use quite a few of them for both window motion detection and for turning lights on in hallway or landing area. They are all very responsive IMHO. There may be 1 second or so lag but I would say that's totally acceptable and mainly caused by webcore running on the cloud and the integration for the sensors and lights are not local processing.
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