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This is a problem with the Arduino Mega board. On the Mega, D2 is not INT0 as it is on the Uno. It's INT4. There's a footnote in the spec sheet that says only level interrupt is supported. That means you can't use RISING, FALLING or CHANGE. Your only choice is to use LOW. So the Arduino will be woken up when the motion turns OFF, not on. That's why it's ...

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