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This Samsung SmartThings Multipurpose Sensor requires a Samsung SmartThings Hub and is sold separately. -slickdewmaster

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Stay informed and in control with this multipurpose sensor, which pairs with your SmartThings hub and your Apple® iOS, Android or Windows mobile device. A built-in accelerometer sends you alerts when someone knocks on your door or your laundry is done. You can also get notifications when doors, windows or drawers open. Plus, the sensor monitors the temperature and triggers your thermostat to adjust accordingly.

EDIT: looks like this is on sale at the smartthings shop as well, no tax. You can get a 3-pack for $56.50 or 5-pack for $89.50.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sams...Id=4481809

https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Sm...dpSrc=srch

https://shop.smartthings.com/prod...sensor/574
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These have repeatedly failed on me over the years, never have a problem with other brands.
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Good deal. These are useful for detecting vibration such as when washer stops.
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I've heard this exact feedback many times. For that reason, passing even if they were free (tired of being equipment slave).
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Good deal. These are useful for detecting vibration such as when washer stops.
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These have repeatedly failed on me over the years, never have a problem with other brands.
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I have lots of the Visonic ones that get posted on here often for $10. These have the vibration sensor which I think is nice for the front door. But overall not worth the extra $10
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I have lots of the Visonic ones that get posted on here often for $10. These have the vibration sensor which I think is nice for the front door. But overall not worth the extra $10
The visonic seller stated they will be pricing them at $26+ so you won't see the $10 price anymore. Makes this a good deal.
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The Amazon and SmartThings website are model number: F-MLT-US-2.

Best Buy is F-SS-MULT-001.

I don't know the significance, sorry.
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I wonder if I could use these outside to monitor whether the fence is open or closed. Especially when letting my dogs in the backyard.
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Good deal. These are useful for detecting vibration such as when washer stops.
Does it work well for that? Would be nice to get a notification when my washer/dryer stop because im 2 floors away usually.
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These have repeatedly failed on me over the years, never have a problem with other brands.
I've heard this exact feedback many times. For that reason, passing even if they were free (tired of being equipment slave).
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Good deal. These are useful for detecting vibration such as when washer stops.
Do you just apply it to the side of the machine? No issues with drier heat?
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No but the Visonic has been on sale at least 3 times. I've stocked up on them. No more need for these.
Do you have a link to the Visonic model that you use?
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Does it work well for that? Would be nice to get a notification when my washer/dryer stop because im 2 floors away usually.
They are more stable now than before. I have them as door/window/temp sensors. Most issues before were the signal, not the unit itself.

I used these for both door knocks and as a washing machine / dryer sensor. Never worked for me for those purposes.

Getting ghost knocks no matter what sensitivity I try and fails to detect real knocks. We have a metal door.

Regarding WM/dryer sensor, new appliances now have reduced vibrations and it also failed to detect them for me. I ended up adding a power meter on both appliances so ST knows if the energy consumption is < 1 volt, alerting me the clothes are done.
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They are more stable now than before. I have them as door/window/temp sensors. Most issues before were the signal, not the unit itself.

I used these for both door knocks and as a washing machine / dryer sensor. Never worked for me for those purposes.

Getting ghost knocks no matter what sensitivity I try and fails to detect real knocks. We have a metal door.

Regarding WM/dryer sensor, new appliances now have reduced vibrations and it also failed to detect them for me. I ended up adding a power meter on both appliances so ST knows if the energy consumption is < 1 volt, alerting me the clothes are done.
How to deal with the big power adapter? I have washer and dryer can't plug into the smart outlet. Need big to small adapter? Thanks
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