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The Logitech Harmony Hub is a smart hub that can control devices via infrared (like your TV remote), and is compatible with Alexa. It doesn't work via ZigBee, though — it connects via Wi-Fi to your Echo instead. You can see if it's compatible with your device on the compatibility page; as of writing, Logitech claim that the hub is compatible with over 270,...


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Imagine two TOF sensors side by side in a corridor. If sensor 1 triggers, then sensor 2, you have movement in one direction. And vice versa. If you want to check if there are two people, you must have 4 sensors, so you can measure distance for each side of the corridor. Or, you can place the sensors in two opposite sides and count on the person not moving ...


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I'll answer myself. Home Assistant is just enough to implement almost anything I've wanted. I've tried OpenHAB and it was waaaay too long until I was able to automate anything. Also I got really confused with it's Dashboards, doesn't look like an easy to enter solution. On the other hand, I gave a shot to Home Assistant and within just a weekend I've ...


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