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Works well with Home Assistant...relatively easy to install if you are at all handy. Fundamentally you run a wire from the control box to the front of your garage and mount a magnet next to the door.....put another magnet on the door next to the one you mounted (they provide two sided tape if you don't want to drill into your door). Its the same as a magnetic alarm sensor you see on windows. That's the hardest part...stringing the wire so it doesn't get caught on something.

I installed one last week...bought another on E..y for $25 open box for the other door.

Very easy to see if door is open or closed and/or open/close it from anywhere..you don't have to be home to check.

Highly recommended especially if you use home assistant because there are integrations for Meross.
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I have no idea why anyone would need these. Almost every car has a system built in. Every opener that I know can use a remote keypad. Why would someone want to open the door when theyre not home? Did one ever think of the possibilities of not being there? (door assist spring breaks. Not if but when.) The neighbors cat decides to stroll in?
I can tell you to start it was the only option for me. Bought the house and they couldn't find the opener. I tried 3 different "universal" openers and gave up before using this flawlessly.
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I have no idea why anyone would need these. Almost every car has a system built in. Every opener that I know can use a remote keypad. Why would someone want to open the door when theyre not home? Did one ever think of the possibilities of not being there? (door assist spring breaks. Not if but when.) The neighbors cat decides to stroll in?
It's also extremely useful if you have a detached garage and want to open the garage door while you are on your way out.. or close the door once you are in the house. Alternately if you trust your neighbors and want to let them in the garage to move a package while you are not home. There are many uses for this sort of thing beyond opening or closing from you car.
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I have no idea why anyone would need these. Almost every car has a system built in. Every opener that I know can use a remote keypad. Why would someone want to open the door when theyre not home? Did one ever think of the possibilities of not being there? (door assist spring breaks. Not if but when.) The neighbors cat decides to stroll in?
A year or so ago I left my garage door open overnight by accident and my car was broken into. I installed one of these not for the ability to open my garage remotely (although it's nice and does come in handy from time to time), but rather to alert me if I've accidentally left it open for a long period of time, or if it's open at 9:30 at night, or just to check whether or not it's open. Then I can close it no matter where I am.
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I have no idea why anyone would need these. Almost every car has a system built in. Every opener that I know can use a remote keypad. Why would someone want to open the door when theyre not home? Did one ever think of the possibilities of not being there? (door assist spring breaks. Not if but when.) The neighbors cat decides to stroll in?
I bought it so that when I am on vacation, I can open/close it for the neighbors to put my mail inside. I do not want them to have an opener and I do not want them to have the code.
I bought a refurb version from newegg for $20 shipped, works great
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What's the newer version have over this one?
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What's the newer version have over this one?
There is no newer model...just the same unit sold for more by other sellers
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A year or so ago I left my garage door open overnight by accident and my car was broken into. I installed one of these not for the ability to open my garage remotely (although it's nice and does come in handy from time to time), but rather to alert me if I've accidentally left it open for a long period of time, or if it's open at 9:30 at night, or just to check whether or not it's open. Then I can close it no matter where I am.
..I get it. Done that before lol
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I have no idea why anyone would need these. Almost every car has a system built in. Every opener that I know can use a remote keypad. Why would someone want to open the door when theyre not home? Did one ever think of the possibilities of not being there? (door assist spring breaks. Not if but when.) The neighbors cat decides to stroll in?
It's a cheap way to answer the question at the airport..."did we close the garage door"? In home assistant, I can sense and take action if the garage door opens...someone is arriving or leaving....part of home automation. If I walk up to the garage, it opens without my having to do anything....home assistant sees that My phone connected to my home wifi, knows it's me and opens he door. Not sure that's critically useful, but it's an example of what you can do with home assistant software.
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Personally, I dont think its very safe to open/close without a set of eyes watching. Thats all Im trying to say.. Also, door spring failures are pretty common and when that happens...well you know..door sits half open jammed sideways and noone is home. .
It doesn't happen often....and you would see that the door didn't close...so you would know there was a problem
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