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I bought a bunch of the door/window sensors on a previous deal. They integrated with smartthings easily and I'm using them as a security system.

I'm going to buy some more now to use with my fridge/freezer to make sure the doors are closed. I'm also going to put some inside the fridge/freezer to monitor temperature, so I can set an alarm if the temperature gets to high.
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I got these on a previous deal and have been running them with ST without any issues. They've been running for about 4 months and all have over 80% battery life. Highly recommend the door sensors. The Bosch motion sensors are a little big for my taste and there are better ones out there but for the price all well worth it. You won't be sorry if you get them.
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I bought a bunch of the door/window sensors on a previous deal. They integrated with smartthings easily and I'm using them as a security system.

I'm going to buy some more now to use with my fridge/freezer to make sure the doors are closed. I'm also going to put some inside the fridge/freezer to monitor temperature, so I can set an alarm if the temperature gets to high.
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The door window sensor is bigger than the Xiaomi ones But thinner than the Iris one which has a larger battery. They all work well for me. I had disconnection issue once with this Visonic one and once with the Xiaomi one while the Iris one is pretty stable. The Xiaomi one has no temperature sensor but it was only around $6-7 each.
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Both of these products are great for the price. I have 4 of each and they all connected easily when following the easy to understand instructions.
Using with Smarthings

My 10lb cat sets off the motion sensor once in a blue, but she is a big girl.

Highly recommended.
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Hows the battery life on Door/window sensor and the Motion Sensor? Also how easy was it to connect the motion Sensor to SmartThings
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Hows the battery life on Door/window sensor and the Motion Sensor? Also how easy was it to connect the motion Sensor to SmartThings
I got these on a previous deal and have been running them with ST without any issues. They've been running for about 4 months and all have over 80% battery life. Highly recommend the door sensors. The Bosch motion sensors are a little big for my taste and there are better ones out there but for the price all well worth it. You won't be sorry if you get them.
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I bought a bunch of the door/window sensors on a previous deal. They integrated with smartthings easily and I'm using them as a security system.

I'm going to buy some more now to use with my fridge/freezer to make sure the doors are closed. I'm also going to put some inside the fridge/freezer to monitor temperature, so I can set an alarm if the temperature gets to high.
Let us know if you get the fridge sensor to work. I tried with the Monoprice ones and could not get them tuned correctly - the door would be open just a little (enough to raise the temp in the freezer) but the sensor saw it as closed.
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Let us know if you get the fridge sensor to work. I tried with the Monoprice ones and could not get them tuned correctly - the door would be open just a little (enough to raise the temp in the freezer) but the sensor saw it as closed.
I'm going to have two sets of sensors for each application. One set to monitor door position, and just the sensor of another set inside of the fridge/freezer to monitor the temperature inside. It sounds like you're trying to monitor both door position and inside temperature with the same sensor set?
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I bought a bunch of the door/window sensors on a previous deal. They integrated with smartthings easily and I'm using them as a security system.

I'm going to buy some more now to use with my fridge/freezer to make sure the doors are closed. I'm also going to put some inside the fridge/freezer to monitor temperature, so I can set an alarm if the temperature gets to high.
You might think twice about that. While I don't have experiences with these sensors, others I've used are marketed for "indoor use only" which besides meaning they are not weather/waterproof also means that they don't operate at extreme high/low temperatures that you would find outside. I put a motion sensor on my front porch and noticed that it would not work in cold weather as the cold caused the battery to die.
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Hows the battery life on Door/window sensor and the Motion Sensor? Also how easy was it to connect the motion Sensor to SmartThings
Depends. I have one in my garage and it was already at 89% when I bought it. Being out in the cold (30-50 degrees) for the last month, it's down to 56%. Not sure it's a long term solution for me.
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I bought a bunch of the door/window sensors on a previous deal. They integrated with smartthings easily and I'm using them as a security system.

I'm going to buy some more now to use with my fridge/freezer to make sure the doors are closed. I'm also going to put some inside the fridge/freezer to monitor temperature, so I can set an alarm if the temperature gets to high.
Not sure that's a good idea, especially for the freezer. My battery has dropped from 89% to 56% in the last month of being in my garage, even at temperatures between 30 and 50 degrees. I've found that if they get below 32 they stop communicating with Smartthings. They are only spec'ed to work down to 32 as well.
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Good reviews on the door sensor 4/5:

https://www.amazon.com/Visonic-MC...B06XDJ3KYC

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I got these on a previous deal and have been running them with ST without any issues. They've been running for about 4 months and all have over 80% battery life. Highly recommend the door sensors. The Bosch motion sensors are a little big for my taste and there are better ones out there but for the price all well worth it. You won't be sorry if you get them.
Hope that helps
Thanks I'll just get the door sensors
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