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MyDigitalDiscount.com is having a Home Automation Sale for Samsung SmartThings or ZigBee as listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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  • Visonic Window/Door Sensor for Samsung SmartThings (MCT-340 E) $10
  • Bosch Security Monitor Sensor pir pet immune for Samsung SmartThings and other smart hubs with Zigbee (ISW-ZPR1-WP13) $15
  • CentraLite 3 Home Lighting Lamp Dimmable Control Module for Samsung SmartThings and other Smart Hubs with Zigbee Wireless (3100 - 4257050-ZHACE) $20
  • Centralite Pearl Touch Screen Thermostat for Samsung SmartThings thru ZigBee Wireless (3157100-WE) $60
  • Yale Real Living Keyless Push Button Deadbolt Lock with ZigBee Wireless (Polished Brass, YRD210-HA-605) $85
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free shipping. I am not linking the deals individually because last time we crashed their site, but this main page is supposed to be better now...

example deals:
  • VISONIC window/door sensor for SAMSUNG SMARTTHINGS - MCT-340 E $10
  • BOSCH security monitor sensor pir pet immune for samsung smartthings and other smart hubs with zigbee - ISW-ZPR1-WP13 $15
  • CentraLite 3 Home Lighting Lamp Dimmable Control Module for Samsung SmartThings and other Smart Hubs with Zigbee Wireless - Model 3100 - 4257050-ZHACE $20
  • Centralite Pearl Touch Screen Thermostat - 3157100-WE - For Samsung SmartThings thru ZigBee Wireless $60
  • Yale Real Living Keyless Push Button Deadbolt Lock with ZigBee Wireless - Polished Brass - YRD210-HA-605 $85
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Last Edited by mydigital June 14, 2017 at 10:32 AM
IMPORTANT: These 2 items below require some extra setup for Samsung Smartthings.

Instructions for pairing Window Door Sensor with Smartthings Hub

https://www.mydigitaldiscount.com...hings.html

Instructions for pairing Motion Sensor with Smartthings Hub

https://www.mydigitaldiscount.com...hings.html

Please Note: The Visonic Window Door Sensor only works with SmartThings at this time while the Bosch Motion has been confirmed to work with SmartThings and Iris. Everything Else works with virtually any ZigBee wireless Hub.

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Kind of dumb question but plz advice on Would either of these work with NEST or HomeKit of IPhone 6 or 7?
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Absolutely loved my previous order of these Visonic window/door sensors with Smartthings Hub. Pairs easily after following directions for creating New Device Handler. Very small. Common CR2032 battery is way cheaper than CR2s that I have in some other open/close sensors. Temperature seems to be accurate; in fact could just use these as cheap temperature sensors if you need them. $50 for 5 shipped? Yes, please.
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Kind of dumb question but plz advice on Would either of these work with NEST or HomeKit of IPhone 6 or 7?
Some of them may and do in various ways but to bring them all together SmartThings is the way to go. For example Alexa, Google home, and Google assistant and many other devices like these will connect to SmartThings and at that point you can use them all together. There are all types of apps that users and developers make that you can easily use in the SmartThings app. There is also a large community of DIYers. Newest app I added was the lock my doors App. Automatically locks my doors when I come in or leave.

Edit: HomeKit does work with Zigbee so all products in theory can work with that but I really don't know if they are all supported by HomeKit. The Visonic part is an OEM part and the part number is different than the main stream part number and in most cases is not recognized by anything without some extra work.
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Bought the window/door sensors during the last $10 sale. Work great with SmartThings after special setup. Much smaller than any other sensor I have ever purchased. Great deal.
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Bought the window/door sensors during the last $10 sale. Work great with SmartThings after special setup. Much smaller than any other sensor I have ever purchased. Great deal.
Totally agree. Glad then went back to $10. Bought 4 more.
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thanks!!
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Very happy with my visonic window/door sensors and happy with my bosch motion sensors.

Note that the bosch motion sensors are about the size of a soda/beer can. Also, its a bit front heavy, so if you want to sit it on a shelf you might want to put something like a piece of cardboard under the front to keep it front tipping over and falling.
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does anyone know if this motion sensor can serve as arrival sensor to trigger event for the home automation side
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does anyone know if this motion sensor can serve as arrival sensor to trigger event for the home automation side
For sure there are all kinds of apps in Smartthings that can use the Motion as a trigger.
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does anyone know if this motion sensor can serve as arrival sensor to trigger event for the home automation side
It will function as a motion sensor when you arrive or when no motion is detected after some time if you leave and then trigger some event. It will not operate as a true arrival/presence sensor in the way of some of the little tags, etc.
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arrival sensor? Yes. Presence sensor? Not so much. You could in theory trigger something to stay on for 4 minutes, maybe. I havent tried. But in theory, the event would work like this: Motion trigger, turn on light for 4 minutes. Motion sensor goes dark for 3 minutes (don't think anyone has figured out how to bypass this) then if there is still continued motion, it will send another trigger. This is what I see in smartthings.
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If I have an ecobee can I use the door/window sensors as temp sensors to talk to it? Im new to this smartthings stuff and plan on buying the kit mentioned here:

https://slickdeals.net/f/10247036-samsung-smartthings-lighting-kit-with-hub-sensor-2-lights-99?v=1

Can I use the motion sensor in that kit in our entryway to turn on the entryway lights when we come home?
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