Shelly Motion - WiFi Operated Motion Sensor

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WiFi-operated Motion sensor

Always connected Wi-Fi Motion Sensor with over 1 year battery life, powered by Silicon Labs Wi-Fi IoT Solutions. Featuring a 6500 mAh rechargeable battery.

  • Configurable motion detection
  • Always connected to WiFi, even in low-power mode - sub-second response times
  • 1 to 3 year battery life per charge (rechargeable)
  • Optional microUSB charge / power port
  • Lux (light level) detection
  • Vibration detection


  • Standard manufacturer warranty (included in purchase price): 24-month warranty due to device malfunctions when used in accordance to instructions in user manual.

Shelly Motion, our Wi-Fi sensor with over 1 year of battery life and tamper detection, can detect motion and execute actions based on your preferred scenario. It detects movement in less than 200 milliseconds and immediately triggers a predefined action, such as turning on the lights or raising the blinds. This way, you can monitor & control your home no matter where you are!

Battery life 12 - 36 months
Battery type 6500 mAh, built-in
Power supply AC No
Power supply DC Micro USB (charger not included)
Special functions
Illumination measurement Yes
Motion detection Yes
Open/Close No
Tilt angle detection No
Vibration detection Yes
Water detection No
Operational temperature 0ºC to + 40ºC
Device power consumption < 1 W
Local and remote control Yes
Sunrise/Sunset Yes
Weekly Schedule Yes
Wireless/WiFi Protocol 802.11 b/g/n
Radio frequency 2400 - 2484 MHz
Radio signal power 1mW
Range up to 50 m outdoors and up to 30 m indoors (depending on the building materials)
Size 85mm x 59mm x 36mm




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Based on 2 reviews
Motion is Amazing

I've installed two of these. One of them controls my walkway lights, also made by Shelly. The other controls my driveway lights (again, Shelly).

This motion sensor stays on day and night, running on battery, connected to my Wifi, ready to react in an instant when motion or other sensor is triggered. How it can do this and run for a year or more on one charge is beyond me.

It has a range of about 20-25 feet which is perfect for when I'm parking in my driveway at night or walking up to my front door.

Nicholas Rutledge
Product is great, App integration needs work

As of 3/10/2021, I have a Shelly Motion Sensor connected to the Shelly cloud. Operationally the motion sensor works great, however; it is a major hassle to get it connected into the Shelly App. I spent 15 minutes the day I got it trying to get it to connect. Finally I got it to connect. Yesterday, the motion sensor was showing offline on the app so I had to go through the same trouble. This time is took about 30 minutes and I have no idea why it could find the device several times and then finally it did. Overall once you have the sensor connected, it works great. Hopefully this issue is resolved with a firmware and app update soon.

Shelly has informed us they are revamping the app completely, so this will hopefully be fixed in the near future.

We recommend using the direct-connect method via WiFi and then the web interface to set these up. It is much more direct to do it that way.

1) Connect to the Shelly Device's WiFi via your phone, laptop, or WiFi-enabled computer
2) Navigate to with a browser on that device
3) Click on the 'Internet Security' section, 'WiFi Mode - Client', check the box that says 'Connect the Shelly device to an existing WiFi Network' and enter your WiFi network SSID and password and click the 'Save' button
4) Reconnect to the same WiFi as the WiFi you specified in the previous step
5) Check your router's DHCP settings to find the Shelly device's IP, or use a free network scanning app like Angry IP Scanner on Windows to find the Shelly device's IP. You can then connect to that IP address from a browser on any device on the network. Make sure to go to the Settings section and update the firmware before performing any additional setup.

This video also shows this process: