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Aqara Presence Sensor FP2 uses cutting-edge millimeter-wave radar technology, which can accurately detect the presence of people even with slight movements.
Aqara Presence Sensor FP2 uses cutting-edge millimeter-wave radar technology, which can accurately detect the presence of people even with slight movements. This technology ensures continuity and stability of the smart device. It also has the function of zone positioning, which allows for the automation of different conditions in different zones, such as beds and tables. One space can now be divided into up to 30 small zones and recognize up to five targets (Multi-person Detection). It can also control other smart home devices through ecosystems such as Apple Home to achieve wider applications. It features functions such as human fall recognition and a built-in light sensor. Likewise, it is a great helper that can truly combine the diversity of the user's home life and realize the automation of different personalities.
Zone Positioning: It offers significant advantages over traditional PIR infrared motion sensors by using a single radar sensor to monitor rooms up to ca. 430 sq ft (ca. 40 m²)*. Furthermore, you can divide it into up to 30 zones, such as sofa, bed, or desktop. Additionally, you can set up individual automation for each zone. It is as if you were using several PIR motion sensors simultaneously with one Presence Sensor, FP2.
Multi-person Detection: Up to 5** target people can be detected simultaneously. The result is that, while dividing the space, it can also respond automatically according to the position of different people without interfering with each other.
Ultra-High Precision: Privacy and detection accuracy are taken into consideration. It is capable of recognizing non-inductive signal detection without collecting real images.
Automation, in general, can be achieved locally. Millimeter-wave radar technology is more stable than infrared sensor detection, even when you're sitting or sleeping.
Control Other Devices via HomeKit, etc.: The FP2 is exposed as multiple sensors in HomeKit (and Home Assistant), Alexa and Google Home. You can integrate the sensor easily
without requiring a hub, which is apparently the best solution for smart home enthusiasts to expand your smart home setup.****
Fall Detection and Alerts***: When someone in a room falls, the FP2 can detect and notify you. It is made in the most private and convenient way possible, without the need to wear any devices or install a camera for constant monitoring. The range is a circle with a radius of 2 meters, and the accuracy of fall detection is >98%. The recommended installation height is 2.5 m-2.8 m.
Built-in Light Sensor: Fully functional light detection sensor in the Aqara ecosystem. With it, lighting automation becomes much more flexible and enjoyable. The built-in light sensor also allows for advanced darkness-based home automation.
Local Automation & Flexible Installation Ways: After the setup is complete, the product runs locally. FP2's automation will still run as originally set if there is occasional Wi-Fi network instability. And it better protect your privacy. It has several installation methods to adapt in various installation scenarios.
IPX5 and Hidden USB-C Port: Because of its IP rating, the sensor can also be installed in wet environments such as bathrooms. The sensor has an open USB-C port, which allows you
to swap the included cable to any USB-C compatible one, increasing the placement flexibility.
*A recommended detection space is 10 m³ -40 m³.
** The best result can be achieved in the case of tracking not more than 3 persons.
***Only ceiling placement is supported for fall detection. And fall detection can only identify most normal fall scenarios and cannot be used as a substitute for medical equipment or vision. Currently, fall detection cannot distinguish between slowly falling against a wall or passing out after sitting down.
****Bluetooth is available for the future feature as Matter.
|Millimeter-wave Radar Sensors||1. Strong detection range.|
2. Low radar power.
3. Accurate perception of distance
|Sometimes, disturbed by some resources, such as|
fans, and plants. (But FP2 can set them as disturbed
resources, thereby avoiding disturbing.)
|PIR Sensor||1. Small.|
4. Easy to use.
|PIR motion sensors have temperature effects: if|
the ambient temperature is high, the precision can
be greatly affected.
1. Unable to detect stationary human body.
2. Unable to distinguish multiple people.
Scene 1: “Space Redefinition” scene
In the past smart home life, people often need to install small motion sensors in various places. Because the detection range and capability of the sensor are limited, the user needs to install multiple sensors. Resulting in inconvenient user management, troublesome settings and other issues.
FP2 redefines the “virtual space” in the app. Re-divide the space within the range of 40 m³ (8 m ×6 m). This means that in such a range, users only need one human presence sensor to realize custom automation in multiple virtual small spaces, to reduce the clutter and energy consumption of users managing multiple sensors. Now one FP2 presence sensor is approximately equal to the running usage of multiple old sensors, making continuous energy saving possible. Simple life starts with simplifying smart home devices.
Scene 2: Quiet reading scene
Traditional PIR motion sensors typically cannot sense when the user is sitting quietly. As a result, some automation equipment cannot sense and suspend work. Therefore, the user needs to shake their hand frequently to trigger sensor sensing.
When users are automating with old PIR motion/presence sensors, it often happens that the sensing automation cannot be triggered due to sitting still. Using FP2 can effectively solve this problem. The millimeter-wave radar technology applied by FP2 can keep detecting even if the user is sitting still, by sensing the user's heartbeat and breathing.
Scene 3: Control other smart home sub-devices by connecting with Apple HomePod mini, etc.
Suitable for users who already have Apple Home, Google Home and Amazon Alexa at home. In the past, users used third-party products and often needed voice interaction to start other devices. Is there any other way to make the user's intelligent linkage behavior natural without spending too much effort?
FP2 is connected to the Apple HomePod mini device, the user only needs to enter a specific small area, and the FP2 senses the presence of the human body, which can trigger other smart lights to react by turning on the lights.
Scene 4: Fall detection and lessen the injury from falling (new sensor users)*
Falls are easy to occur in the elderly group. Knowing the fall situation as soon as possible is an important way for the elderly to prevent deep-seated injuries caused by falls, especially for the elderly living alone. Therefore, it is very significant to detect the fall state and obtain information reminders in time.
FP2 is installed in relatively narrow places by ceiling installation, such as kitchens, toilets, or bedrooms. Real-time detection of fall status, and remote feedback on the app, so, family members far away can get faster reminders and alarms.
*Fall detection can only identify most fall scenarios and cannot be used as a substitute for medical equipment or vision. Currently, fall detection cannot distinguish between slowly falling against a wall or passing out after sitting down.
1. Lean Away Mode without delays.
IF Absence is detected by the Presence Sensors in each of the rooms, THEN Turn off the lights, Air Conditioning and arm the Alert System.
Before, you needed to wait for dozens of minutes to make sure that the Away Mode will not be triggered while someone was at home. Now, you will be able to save energy and increase the protection without enabling the Away Mode manually.
(Presence Sensor FP2 + Hub + Smart Plug/ Smart Lights)
2. Wake Up automations that don't bother your family members.
IF Someone enters the bathroom while presence is still detected in the bed zone, THEN Don't open the shades*.
*Two automations should be configured: for presence and absence in the bed zone. The FP2 can detect, if someone is still in bed, and the Wake-Up automation will not be triggered in case another person wakes up.
(Presence Sensor FP2 + Hub + Curtain Driver)
3. Accent lighting that follows you.
IF Presence is detected on the desktop, THEN Turn on the corresponding lights.
The lighting can now follow you around the room: only the lights near you will turn on, while other lights will turn off one you leave the area!
(Presence Sensor FP2 + Hub + LED Strip/ Smart Lights/Smart Plug)
4. Detect the presence, and start home security.
IF Presence is detected in the living room, THEN Turn on the Aqara camera G3 to monitor.
Turn on the G3 camera by detecting the presence of people in a larger space: if someone is detected by FP2, the G3 camera will be automatically turned on for monitoring and can cruise about the living room.
(Presence Sensor FP2 + Camera Hub G3)
|Country of origin||CN|
|IoT - Internet of Things||Wireless communication|
|Matter||Matter over Wi-Fi|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth Low Energy|
|Power Supply||Cable Power|
|Type of use||Indoor|