I realize this is an old thread but since I just recently had trouble setting up a Philio PIR sensor I would just like to share how I made it work as a binary sensor.
Config Parameter 7 is a bit controlled parameter, containing multiple yes/no “switches”. If you want to configure this parameter, you need to type in a number in the input field, which then “translates” to a series of bits corresponding to a state for each of the switches. So you basically configure every switch with a single number.
There are 8 bits (from 0 to 7), each corresponding to a switch. So the number, that goes into the input field, is the number that is translated from the series of digits (yes/no’s) you choose for each switch. To get the number to put in, you can use a binary calculator like the one here: http://www.calculator.net/binary-calculator.html. Just pick the “Convert binary Value to Decimal Value” option. In the calculator, just type in the series of bits, depending on your selections, like “00010110” (which translates to 22) but remember it has to be backwards, meaning that the last bit is bit 0 (zero).
One last thing you could do if it still doesnt work is to try pushing the tamper button three times. This is what finally made the setting work for me, after pushing “Set Config Parameter”.