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Samsung SmartThings ADT Wireless Smart Door and Windows Sensor $5 - Amazon

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For those who missed out on the bestbuy deal, Amazon has Samsung SmartThings ADT Wireless Smart Door and Windows Sensor (F-ADT-DW-1) on sale for $4.99 as an add-on item. Limit 6 per customer

https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Sm...amsung+adt - dead

Other products also on sale including the smoke alarm, CO alarm, and water leak sensor.

Samsung SmartThings ADT Motion Detector $9.99
https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Sm...amsung+adt

Samsung SmartThings ADT Carbon Monoxide Alarm
https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Sm...amsung+adt

Samsung SmartThings ADT Water Leak Detector $9.99
https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Sm...amsung+adt


YMMY: lowes also pricematching the door and window sensors, no limits on the orders.....yet. Helpful if you need more than 6 sensors.
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Will these work with my regular hub? I don't have an ADT hub
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According to the reviews on Amazon you have to have the ADT Hub for these to work. Great deal but unfortunately I can't use them.
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The water leak sensor works with the non ADT version of the hub.
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only the water leak sensor will work on both adt and non-adt smartthings hub -- all the others require the adt version smartthings hub
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Limit 6 for the door sensor. I was hoping to buy more.
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water leak sensor is coming up at $21.47 for me
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Water sensors no longer available for $10
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In for 6. FYI, these are easy to hack for other purposes. Remove the Reed switch and solder in some wires, now it's a simple open/closed sensor. Add a relay and you can sense a bunch of different things. I have one to alert if the backup sump pump runs, another to notify if I lose power on a certain GFCI outlet that trips occasionally.
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In for 6. FYI, these are easy to hack for other purposes. Remove the Reed switch and solder in some wires, now it's a simple open/closed sensor. Add a relay and you can sense a bunch of different things. I have one to alert if the backup sump pump runs, another to notify if I lose power on a certain GFCI outlet that trips occasionally.
sorry, above my level of understanding but just curious if what you're saying has to do with getting it to work with a regular ST hub?
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No, not to work with the regular hub, but to work as something other than a window/door sensor.
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Looks like deal is dead.
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In for 6. FYI, these are easy to hack for other purposes. Remove the Reed switch and solder in some wires, now it's a simple open/closed sensor. Add a relay and you can sense a bunch of different things. I have one to alert if the backup sump pump runs, another to notify if I lose power on a certain GFCI outlet that trips occasionally.
Can you elaborate on "solder in some wires"Confused
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Don't have pictures, but open the case and on the side of the circuit board you will see a reed switch - it's a long, skinny tube. Use a soldering iron to melt the solder and remove the switch, then solder wires on the pads the reed switch was connected to. When the wires are apart, the sensor reads open. When connected via a relay or other source, it reads closed. You can then set automations to notify you, turn on lights, sound an alarm, etc. when the sensor closes.
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Don't have pictures, but open the case and on the side of the circuit board you will see a reed switch - it's a long, skinny tube. Use a soldering iron to melt the solder and remove the switch, then solder wires on the pads the reed switch was connected to. When the wires are apart, the sensor reads open. When connected via a relay or other source, it reads closed. You can then set automations to notify you, turn on lights, sound an alarm, etc. when the sensor closes.
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