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Chamberlain MyQ Smart Hub WiFi Garage Door Opener w/ Smartphone Control

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SMART GARAGE CONTROL Open and close your garage door from anywhere with your smartphone through the myQ App

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Can someone tell whether the hub can control two separate garage doors (each has their individual door opener motor) with an extra sensor (since the hub pairs with one garage motor, I am thinking it I will need two hubs to control two separate doors)? Please advise. In response to whether you would need two hubs for two sensors/garage doors-no you don't. I have one hub and it links to both sensors.

This only supports a few major brands. It doesn't support a lot of the wholesale "white label" garage door openers that mass home builders use.

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Seems to be no longer available through Amazon but is still available via Prime Now and Fresh: https://primenow.amazon.com/dp/B0...T770R4YDQT
any coupons or good fillers ?
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To summarize my understanding of the description: this turns a dumb garage door opener into a smart one (if it's a fairly common brand from 1993 or later).
I post this because I had no idea.
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If you have a smartthings hub the myq can integrate with Google/Alexa through the use of a smart app. It works best with a second sensor but you just say on (open) or off (close). This has been working very well for a few months.

https://github.com/brbeaird/SmartThings_MyQ

For the second sensor I use a Visonic MCT-340. An added bonus is that it displays the garage temperature. This has worked for ~2 years.
How much for the visonic? Can you share a link?
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I got this for Prime Day and love it. Totally easy to set up and has an easy instructional video you can follow on your phone.
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This is a great price. I have been using one for a while and like it. A couple of points...

It's not always enough to know that the garage door is open - you also need to know if anyone is home. A basic camera could show which cars if any are in the garage.

There is a story going around (likely an urban myth) about a thief finding an unoccupied house and shouting true an open window "Alexa, open garage door". While this might not be a true story it's definitely a concern. Hence I am avoiding enabling voice control of my doors until voice recognition is available. I see that Echo Auto has it, although not for security purposes.
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To summarize my understanding of the description: this turns a dumb garage door opener into a smart one (if it's a fairly common brand from 1993 or later).
I post this because I had no idea.
Correct, you hit a button on the app and the transmitter (mounted next to your garage door unit, connected to WiFi) sends an open/close signal and uses the included sensor (attached to the garage door) to monitor the open/closed status of your door.

I have one and it's pretty handy. It glitched out on me once and I had to re-pair the whole system but it's been fine since then. It also has programmable alerts that'll pop up as a notification on your phone. I have one that notifies me if the garage is open for more than 15 minutes. It's nice to check when I get to work to make sure I didn't forget to close the garage too.

It was a bit of a pain to set up initially since our opener wasn't on the compatible list, but it seemed to just cycle through a bunch of signals til it successfully paired with our garage door.

I think you can ask Google to close the door but not open it (or vice versa, can't remember); you get a message that you can't do it for security reasons. But you can always just use the app to open/close remotely.

I got mine on sale - I would recommend it for $20-30 but I wouldn't have paid too much more since it's performing a pretty simple job.

It's slightly annoying that when you use the app to close the door, the transmitter beeps loudly for about 10 seconds before the door starts to close, but I understand it's probably for safety. But the sound is really loud and I've considered blocking the speaker or something.

Overall, it's fine and it does the job yours expect it to do. I can't believe I had that much to say about this to be honest.
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I have one and it works great. Pair it with a $25 wyze cam for total garage security.
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Can anyone shed some light on the difference between this and the Meross?

https://slickdeals.net/f/13478098-meross-smart-wi-fi-garage-door-opener-remote-w-app-control-alexa-google-36-29-free-shipping
I've used both. They function pretty much the same
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I bought the 'used very good one' from Amazon Warehouse for $22.78. Livin on the edge. 😁
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I bought the 'used very good one' from Amazon Warehouse for $22.78. Livin on the edge. 😁
A review said that if it has been linked to an account, the opener is locked to that account and nothing can be done and you would have to get another one anyway. Probably a brand new one.
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I have this and been using for 6 months via MyQ app on my iPhone. I chose this over getting a second garage door opener.
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So this is supposedly optimized for Amazon deliveries, but no Alexa support? But appears to work thru Google (voice)?

"Alexa, open garage" could be rather handy for us.
I'd be careful where you located alexa, someone yelling outside the house could open the door
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I have 2 garage door lift units for my garage, I assume I would need two of these?
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It's $23.99 on Ebay with the $3 off eBay code

What code is that exactly?
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Bought this on prime day since the wife kept forgetting to close the garage door. This makes it easy to check and close when she forgets.

I bought two kits and I've paired one control unit to 2 garage doors, using two sets of sensors. This leaves me with an extra control unit if it ever malfunctions.
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