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    Motion Sensor for pets

    I am looking to install a motion sensor light in my laundry room. It currently has a fluorescent fixture with a 3-way switch (1 at door to garage and 1 at door to hall). In the door to the hall we have a cat door installed. I need something that will detect the cats entering and leaving so the lights will turn on and off as well as people. I find the lights are left on all day long and would like to try and control this from happening. I am just not sure what pieces and parts I need to accomplish this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nanciekiii View Post
    I am looking to install a motion sensor light in my laundry room. It currently has a fluorescent fixture with a 3-way switch (1 at door to garage and 1 at door to hall). In the door to the hall we have a cat door installed. I need something that will detect the cats entering and leaving so the lights will turn on and off as well as people. I find the lights are left on all day long and would like to try and control this from happening. I am just not sure what pieces and parts I need to accomplish this.
    I would try the MS-OPS5M. Look at the vertical beam diagram on page 6 of the submittal (link below). You want to try and get the cat door in the black area.

    The OPS5 will work with your existing 3-way switch and can go at either location.

    If you the OPS5 doesn't work I would look at Caseta. The new PD-OSENS will work with any Caseta dimmer/switch and can be placed anywhere in the room.

    http://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocum...ary/369488.pdf
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    Animals trigger outdoor motion detectors. Because a moving animal causes a shift in infrared radiation, a motion detector can be triggered by an animal. This, however, will only occur if the sensor is sensitive enough to be activated by animals. So, make sure to buy a good one, so your pet will have enough light. Btw, guys, do you know where I can get a pet carrier backpack? What is the best brand? I am comparing different brands on https://backpacks.global/compare/typ...rier-backpack/. Still, I would appreciate any advice.

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    Hi all, I want to get guinea pigs. Before I do, I want to know what food they can eat and what food they can't eat. Thanks in advance for the answer.

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    The motion sensor is a good thing that is needed in every home. It allows you to waste a lot less electricity. On the other hand, if you install such a sensor in the street, you will be scared every time you turn it on, forgetting that it could pass an ordinary cat or dog.

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    The motion sensor is a good thing that is needed in every home. It allows you to waste a lot less electricity. On the other hand, if you install such a sensor in the street, you will be scared every time you turn it on, forgetting that it could pass an ordinary cat or dog. Answering the question about guinea pigs, I can say that they are pretty capricious animals, to the diet of which should be treated very responsibly. I can advise you of this website pawbility.com. You can find all the detailed information about what you can eat guinea pigs and whatnot. I hope this information will help you.

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