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Samsung SmartThings Multipurpose Sensor [GP-U999SJVLAAA] Door & Window Sensor - Zigbee - White

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Don't know about alternatives but click "See all reviews.." near the bottom of the reviews, look in the "Filter By" and under All Formats select the specific item name you are looking at.

It makes no sense the way Amazon sets up these product listing/reviews it feels like bait and switch with some products.
Can anyone speak to how well these work compared to alternatives around the same price?

I hate when Amazon groups tons of products into a single listing - makes navigating reviews nearly impossible.

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Can anyone speak to how well these work compared to alternatives around the same price?

I hate when Amazon groups tons of products into a single listing - makes navigating reviews nearly impossible.
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Can anyone speak to how well these work compared to alternatives around the same price?

I hate when Amazon groups tons of products into a single listing - makes navigating reviews nearly impossible.
Don't know about alternatives but click "See all reviews.." near the bottom of the reviews, look in the "Filter By" and under All Formats select the specific item name you are looking at.

It makes no sense the way Amazon sets up these product listing/reviews it feels like bait and switch with some products.
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Can anyone speak to how well these work compared to alternatives around the same price?

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I have old version of these all over my house and they work perfectly. Newer should be better. I just got one.
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I've had very good luck with these.
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great price! normally $20+. no problem at all with these. i've tried 2 other non samsung sensors and they have all sucked and have been a lot of work. the only downside of these samsung sensors is their bulkiness and having to change the battery once a year. i have over 20 (and just ordered more) so i'm regularly finding out that one is dead and having to change the battery.
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I replaced my Z-wave sensors with these and will never look back. I bought 2 this morning as soon as I saw the price drop to cover my two remaining doors Smilie

I use mine with Hubitat, no issues whatsoever.
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I use a few of these with Hubitat and they seem to work well.

Connected quickly and seem to monitor well. I don't have anything to compare against though. They are zigbee so if you need large distances, make sure you have a good zigbee mesh network.
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Weather proof? I want a gate sensor.
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does anyone know if this would act as a open/close sensor for a traditional sectional garage door? i also wonder if it would work for MyQ integration in Smartthings? TIA.
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have a few Visonic door/window sensors for several yrs with Samsung hub, devices work well so far. Samsung hub can go offline a few times a year.
have an old version of this multipurpose sensor on garage door, at beginning it lost connection frequently, maybe too far from hub (2 walls and across the house), after adding a hub, it works well.
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does anyone know if this would act as a open/close sensor for a traditional sectional garage door? i also wonder if it would work for MyQ integration in Smartthings? TIA.
I have one for that purpose! There's a specific setting you can use in SmartThings to set it as a Garage Door open/closed status. What I find useful is that I have it send me a text message if the garage has been open for > x minutes.'
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does anyone know if this would act as a open/close sensor for a traditional sectional garage door? i also wonder if it would work for MyQ integration in Smartthings? TIA.
I think you could use either the rotational measurement (I think this gives you the x,y,z axis measurements) or the contact switch if you have an area where you can stick part on a wall and the other on the door.

However, a reed switch type of sensor may be better suited for a garage door.

Whatever you end up using, I'd suggest putting the sensor as high as possible on the door. This way you'll know if the door is only partially open since only one section would be angled
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