Back in October, we reported on a new feature for the Aqara Presence Sensor FP2 that would allow sleep monitoring. At that time, it appeared only Chinese FP2 models and servers were offering this new option, but it’s now beginning to roll out internationally, for all consumers, with firmware V1.2.3_0002.0059.
If you’re unfamiliar with the FP2, it serves as a presence sensor capable of detecting the presence of individuals, even when they’re stationary. This sets it apart from conventional motion sensors that typically rely on detecting movement. Moreover, the FP2’s detection capabilities are subdivided into up to thirty zones, functioning as individual presence sensors for specific areas or zones, showcasing the device’s remarkable versatility.
You can check out our review of the FP2 HERE, or watch our overview video below;
Aqara also stated that additional new features will also roll out in the coming months;
At the time the first of these features rolled out in China, it was listed as free to users, although it also indicated it was likely going to be a chargeable feature at some point in the future. This is still the case with the rollout for the international FP2, but the company will likely treat it as a premium feature at some point.
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