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Monoprice has most of their z-wave plus devices on sale with free shipping.

Can be combined with code hot5 for 5 dollars off 25.

https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=27481

https://www.monoprice.com/search/...ave%20plus
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Personally, I don't think you should bother with these if you are on SmartThings. To get full functionality out of them you have to set yourself up as a developer for SmartThings. Then you have to install custom drivers that are behind a paywall.

It's pretty freaking lame of Monoprice to partner with a dood that has a paywall in front of his device handlers. The good vendors partner with somebody who develops device handlers and releases them under an open source license.
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Uhhh, so then don't order if you don't want it.... Lol?
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Even though it lists rboy (paywall DH) in the description, it seems the Z-wave outlet works fine with Smartthings without doing anything additional
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its weekend, and there customer service is gone for the weekend. If you have a order issue, or want to cancel or make changes it will be too late. There shipping department would pack the item and ship it out. Monday morning, by the time customer service members come in it will to late.
Uhhh, so then don't order if you don't want it.... Lol?
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Oh my, great deal. 2 ZWP smart plugs for $30 shipped and taxed. Wow.
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Personally, I don't think you should bother with these if you are on SmartThings. To get full functionality out of them you have to set yourself up as a developer for SmartThings. Then you have to install custom drivers that are behind a paywall.

It's pretty freaking lame of Monoprice to partner with a dood that has a paywall in front of his device handlers. The good vendors partner with somebody who develops device handlers and releases them under an open source license.
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Personally, I don't think you should bother with these if you are on SmartThings. To get full functionality out of them you have to set yourself up as a developer for SmartThings. Then you have to install custom drivers that are behind a paywall.

It's pretty freaking lame of Monoprice to partner with a dood that has a paywall in front of his device handlers. The good vendors partner with somebody who develops device handlers and releases them under an open source license.
did something change in the last year? I bought a few sensors last year and got the DH installed just fine...
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Personally, I don't think you should bother with these if you are on SmartThings. To get full functionality out of them you have to set yourself up as a developer for SmartThings. Then you have to install custom drivers that are behind a paywall.

It's pretty freaking lame of Monoprice to partner with a dood that has a paywall in front of his device handlers. The good vendors partner with somebody who develops device handlers and releases them under an open source license.
What do you mean by "full functionality". Obviously I still have to be able to get alerts for things being "open" and should be able to turn things on and off with IFTTT type rules, correct?
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I bought the monprice multi motion sensor because it looked identical to the zooz multi motion sensor, big mistake, 1 works, 1 drops off constantly. Oh and having to pay some dude for a device handler, is not for me. I'll stick with products that have open source handlers, in the spirit of how smartthings was founded
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How does the Monoprice Z-Wave Plus Door/Window Sensor, NO LOGO Product ID: 15270 work? It looks like it is a single piece from the photo
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Monoproce has great products, but HORRIBLE customer service. I've had nothing but a nightmare with their CS. Something as simple as exchanging a faulty HDMI cable took 1 week to get an RMA email back & 3 more weeks to get a response regarding the faulty RMA label. I didn't get a response until I opened a claim with PayPal, AFTER waiting waiting on the phone on hold with customer service for 50 minutes during my lunch and finally hanging up. Buy after looking at plenty reviews because if you need to return or reach out to CS your SOL.
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How does the Monoprice Z-Wave Plus Door/Window Sensor, NO LOGO Product ID: 15270 work? It looks like it is a single piece from the photo
Same as others. The magnet peice is inside with the rest of the accessories (screws, tape)
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did something change in the last year? I bought a few sensors last year and got the DH installed just fine...
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Personally, I don't think you should bother with these if you are on SmartThings. To get full functionality out of them you have to set yourself up as a developer for SmartThings. Then you have to install custom drivers that are behind a paywall.

It's pretty freaking lame of Monoprice to partner with a dood that has a paywall in front of his device handlers. The good vendors partner with somebody who develops device handlers and releases them under an open source license.
Even though it lists rboy (paywall DH) in the description, it seems the Z-wave outlet works fine with Smartthings without doing anything additional
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Even though it lists rboy (paywall DH) in the description, it seems the Z-wave outlet works fine with Smartthings without doing anything additional
So the zwave outlet works natively with smartthings?
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So the zwave outlet works natively with smartthings?
That's what it seems like to me
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