How-To with Logitech Circle 2 With Motion with HomeKit

The Following will show you a step by step guide to having lights (or other actions)triggered by the Logitech Circle 2 motion sensors. We will be assuming that you have installed your Logitech Circle 2 and have compatible HomeKit controlled lighting that you wish to have control.

Step 1 – Open the Home application and navigate the to bottom right “automation” tab


Step 2 – Select the option for a sensor detects something


Step 3 – Locate your Logi Circle 2 Accessory/Sensor and select it


Step 4 – Click “Next” in the top right corner of the screen


Step 5 – Select “Detects Motion”


Step 6 – Next we have two advanced options that can limit when the motion triggers an action. This can be done by time of day by selecting the first option or by presance of a person being home or away by using the second option or any combination of both.


Step 7 Select “Next” in the top right corner of the screen


Step 8 – Select the lights you wish to control


Step 9 – Tap “Next” in the top right corner of your screen


Step 10 – You can adjust your lights to on/off, certian brightness, and even color variations depending on the capability of the HomeKit compatible lighting solution you have installed.


Long Press a light accessory for addtional controls



Step 11 – Once you have your lights set the way you would like tap done, and then tap anywhere on the screen to go back out. You can now tap the “test automation” option to display what the lights will look like when the motion sensor is triggered.


Step 12 – Lastly you can adjust if the lights will stay on, or will automaticlly turn themselves back off after a certian period of time where no motion is detected. To do this select the “Turn off” option and select which option you desire.


Step 13 – Finnally, if you are pleased with your settings simply tap “Done” in the top right corner to complete and save your automation.



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