New user here. - I have written my first automation, a simple one to turn on my passageway lights when motion is detected and to dim them after 5 mins of no_motion and then turn them off a minute later.
I had this all set up in the Philips hub and it worked well but some of the lights were not compatible with the Hue (they were Wi-Fi Tasmota bulbs). Hence my use of HA and an automations.yaml script.
The issue I have run into is a delay, sometimes a second or two, between the LED on the Hue motion sensor flashing, ie detecting motion, and the lights turning on, by which time I’ve tripped over something in the dark ;-).
I suspect this is either a polling issue or maybe the sensor has a delay to avoid false triggers, although the Philips app never showed any delay.
So I’m wondering if there is a better way to do this, maybe I could install a ConBee 2 on the RPi, and talk directly to all the devices, cutting out the Hue hub altogether, is that a good idea?
These are my present lines of code:
- id: '1577460350906' alias: Select scene Hall bright description: '' trigger: - device_id: e3803637b1094829fa353bbf2d1c60f0 domain: binary_sensor entity_id: binary_sensor.hall_motion_sensor_motion platform: device type: motion condition:  action: - scene: scene.walking_hall_bright - id: '1577461092488' alias: Select scene Hall dim description: '' trigger: - device_id: e3803637b1094829fa353bbf2d1c60f0 domain: binary_sensor entity_id: binary_sensor.hall_motion_sensor_motion for: hours: 0 minutes: 5 seconds: 0 platform: device type: no_motion condition:  action: - scene: scene.walking_hall_dim - delay: '60' - scene: scene.hall_off