How do you tell if a Neo CoolCam motion sensor is genuine or a copy ?
I’ve only tried (indoors) the Neo’s and the Fibaro motion sensors.
I much prefer the Neo’s as they have more and far better parameter settings available for LUX level lighting control. Only downside to the Neo’s is no S2 Security, so was unable to use it with a Fibaro Dimmer 2 with direct Z-Wave association.
I’ve not noticed the issues you describe with the Neo CoolCam ones.
I did have to calibrate the LUX sensor on the Neo changing a parameter setting for it however.
Maybe I am being a bit harsh saying copies\fake they might be older models but I bought them from various places and some of them them would not accept the parameters setting you posted in other threads , the last two I bought directly from the official coolcam store and the backs have dimples in them and they came with a magnetic fixing and the 3 claw fixing as well
The LUX values were way out for me too high I think or was it low I forget. So I had to do the calculation to calibrate the LUX and I used a LUX meter app on my phone to give me a base line.
You will have to look up what these parameters mean in the user manual, make sure you have the right user manual, there are different ones, think I actually used one from a different manufacturer name, some American company that must of licenced these sensors from NEO.