How to change your Philips Hue motion sensor battery
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“One of the great things about Philips Hue smart lighting is that it’s designed to be very user-friendly. In most cases, if something goes wrong with your Philips Hue lights, it’s usually a quick and easy fix.
But what do you do when your Philips Hue motion sensor battery dies?
Luckily, changing the battery in your Philips Hue motion sensor is a quick and easy process. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it:
First, find the battery compartment cover on the back of the sensor. It will either be held on by a small screw or a magnet.
If it’s a screw, use a small Phillips head screwdriver to remove it. If it’s a magnet, just pull the cover off.
Inside the battery compartment, you’ll see two CR2032 batteries. These are standard button cell batteries that can be found at most stores.
Remove the old batteries and insert the new ones, making sure that the “+” and “-” symbols on the batteries match up with the symbols on the battery compartment.
Put the battery cover back on and screw it or snap it into place.
That’s it! You’ve successfully changed the batteries in your Philips Hue motion sensor. “
Why you should change your Philips Hue motion sensor battery
Your Philips Hue motion sensor battery is important because it helps your sensor to function properly. If your battery is old or damaged, it can cause your sensor to malfunction. Additionally, a low battery can cause your sensor to false trigger, which can be annoying. Replacing your battery is a quick and easy way to ensure that your sensor continues to work properly.
When to change your Philips Hue motion sensor battery
The Philips Hue motion sensor battery should be changed when the sensor is not responding to movement, when the LED indicator is blinking red, or when the battery is running low. To change the battery, remove the old battery from the sensor and insert a new CR2032 battery.