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The motion module is the most complex photocoupled device used in Simple Bots. It basically is a light switch coupled with a motion sensing nightlight...
You will need: - Motion sensitive nightlight (battery operated) - Simple Light Switch - Electrical tape
Drill a 1/4" hole in the protective lens directly above one of the night light's LEDs.
Place the light switch face down into the hole such that the lens of the switch aligns with the lens of the LED. Hot glue it in place.
Cover the entirety of the night light's lens with black electrical tape, to black out any ambient light from the room.
There should be a fresnel lens covering the PIR (motion) sensor. This should appear to be a plastic honeycomb material. Remove this lens, to expose t...
The sensor should appear to be a round metal tube with a shiny square in the middle. What you really want to modify is the light sensor which is loca...
Put the fresnel lens back on and it should now be good to go. Remember that the longer lead from the simple light switch should go towards the positi...
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