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Can we get a deal on water sensors? I need like, a 10-pack.
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in for 2 garage sensors
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How are the garage sensors?
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I bought the garage sensor long ago but it works great! I've had it for over 6 months now with no issues.

Using it with a Wink 2 hub.
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What relay are you using to control your garage door?
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I bought the door/window sensors and they have been working great as well. Using them with SmartThings for about 2 weeks now.
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I bought the garage sensor long ago but it works great! I've had it for over 6 months now with no issues.

Using it with a Wink 2 hub.
How exactly to use garage door sensor? Where to you install it etc? How many sensor you need per garage door? What battery it uses? Thanks
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Can we get a deal on water sensors? I need like, a 10-pack.
I could use 2 of those actually.

I could also go for a small power monitor. The Monoprice ones are kinda pricy and large. Just want something small that monitors and switches 1 outlet.
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I've got the door sensor that I planned to install at the mailbox and the signals do fine to that outside area when I test. Problem is, the mailbox is all metal and blocks signals inside it. Any workarounds anyone can think of?
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How exactly to use garage door sensor? Where to you install it etc? How many sensor you need per garage door? What battery it uses? Thanks
My guess is that this is simply a tilt sensor. The sensor attaches to the door itself and when it goes up it trips the switch telling you it's open. You have no control over the door itself. It just lets you know you left it open.

Does someone know of a good deal on one that might actually let you control the garage door itself by programming it to use your opener settings? That's what I really want.
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Hmmm, I'll bite on the garage sensor for status in SmartThings. I'll have this laying around for remote control for opening and closing: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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