MMM-PIR-Sensor - This module can monitor a PIR motion sensor and put your mirror to sleep.

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This an extension for the MagicMirror. It can monitor a PIR motion sensor and put your mirror to sleep if nobody uses it by turning off HDMI output or by turning off the mirror via a relay. This module broadcasts a USER_PRESENCE notification with the payload beeing true or false you can use it to pause or disable your module.

https://github.com/paviro/MMM-PIR-Sensor#readme

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