The MotionMote is now available with optional BME280 sensors and Panasonic PIR ultra low power sensors (the EKMB1201111: 5m 2uA, white). When you opt for the Panasonic PIR you get that instead of the chinese HC-SR501 with the appropriate enclosure front cover and required acrylic standoff. The guide explains how to use the standoff and switch the PIR input voltage from battery to regulated 3.3v from the Moteino:
The MotionMote sample sketch was updated to include BME280 code support, but it’s commented out (will require a 3rd party library to read the sensor). If you get the BME280, make sure to uncomment the BME280 related code lines.
Although expensive, this PIR allows running on less than 10uA of idle current draw. Who thought that less power costs more huh! When assembled these will look like this:
The OLED variant of the kit might be available soon as well, I will update the product page with that option when/if it does. That allows using this kit as a battery operated Moteino with a nifty OLED display for any general purpose use on your wireless IoT network. Here is that at a glance next to the regular HC-SR501 PIR based MotionMote.