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Meross Smart Garage Door Opener with 3 Free Sensors for $80 + FS

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meross via Newegg [newegg.com] has [Apple HomeKit + 3 free Sensors] : Smart Garage Door Opener
  • up to 3 garage doors​
  • The external antenna can better receive wifi signals
  • Voice Control
  • Just speaking to your Apple Homekit, Alexa, Google Assistant devices to open and close your garage door.
  • Remote Control
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In not sure about this one specifically, but beware that the Meross (w/ Apple Kit) that I have can only be set up on a 2.4 ghz WiFi signal. So if you have a google mesh system or something similar that combines both 2.4 ghz and 5 ghz signals you're in for some fun. Eventually, I was able to get it to work by creating a guest network, but I struggled for two days trying to figure it out.

Other than that, the Meross works great and I'm pretty happy with it.
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In not sure about this one specifically, but beware that the Meross (w/ Apple Kit) that I have can only be set up on a 2.4 ghz WiFi signal. So if you have a google mesh system or something similar that combines both 2.4 ghz and 5 ghz signals you're in for some fun. Eventually, I was able to get it to work by creating a guest network, but I struggled for two days trying to figure it out.

Other than that, the Meross works great and I'm pretty happy with it.

Maybe this is an update unit - my meross unit is smaller without antenna. Perhaps they've updated hardware.
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My $.02 cents.

Spotty 2.4Ghz wifi.
This item DOES NOT WORK WITH GOOGLE HOME.
The provided cables were short for my install
The device works with google assistant [old voice integration].
With Alexa constantly got confused when you have more than one garage door.

Single Meross typically sold on Amazon for $39. You may be better off buying two separate units, and don't have to run cables that far.
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My $.02 cents.

Spotty 2.4Ghz wifi.
This item DOES NOT WORK WITH GOOGLE HOME.
The provided cables were short for my install
The device works with google assistant [old voice integration].
With Alexa constantly got confused when you have more than one garage door.

Single Meross typically sold on Amazon for $39. You may be better off buying two separate units, and don't have to run cables that far.
1 8 foot door here and the sensor cable was SUPER long - I even mounted the sensor near the lift arm and ran the cable up to the ceiling (12 feet) then down to the hub which I mounted close to the opener and there was still a ton of cable left - what kind of setup do you have - some crazy high ceilings?
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In not sure about this one specifically, but beware that the Meross (w/ Apple Kit) that I have can only be set up on a 2.4 ghz WiFi signal. So if you have a google mesh system or something similar that combines both 2.4 ghz and 5 ghz signals you're in for some fun. Eventually, I was able to get it to work by creating a guest network, but I struggled for two days trying to figure it out.

Other than that, the Meross works great and I'm pretty happy with it.
That's odd. It shouldn't matter. If it's only 2.4ghz then it can only see the 2.4ghz signal. It wouldn't even know about the 5ghz one.
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In not sure about this one specifically, but beware that the Meross (w/ Apple Kit) that I have can only be set up on a 2.4 ghz WiFi signal. So if you have a google mesh system or something similar that combines both 2.4 ghz and 5 ghz signals you're in for some fun. Eventually, I was able to get it to work by creating a guest network, but I struggled for two days trying to figure it out.

Other than that, the Meross works great and I'm pretty happy with it.
If you had a good wifi setup. Doesn't matter if it combines it or not.

I have 8 meross devices and all work fine on my single network with combined 2.4 and 5.

Don't use these feature limited mesh systems.
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How does this garage door opener actually opens the door without the mechanism to pull the door? Does it attached to an existing "garage door opener" and this turns it into a smart device?
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Quote from SlickGlizzy :
In not sure about this one specifically, but beware that the Meross (w/ Apple Kit) that I have can only be set up on a 2.4 ghz WiFi signal. So if you have a google mesh system or something similar that combines both 2.4 ghz and 5 ghz signals you're in for some fun. Eventually, I was able to get it to work by creating a guest network, but I struggled for two days trying to figure it out.

Other than that, the Meross works great and I'm pretty happy with it.
You can get a cheap repeater that works on 2.4ghz to tether from the mesh system and name it something else then connect it to that. It's a bit more work but it works.
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Why is this $80 when the MyQ goes on sale for $30 often?
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Why is this $80 when the MyQ goes on sale for $30 often?
Because this handles up to 3 separate garage doors whereas you need to buy one MyQ hub for each garage door.

Having said that, I have 3 MyQs. Smilie
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Why not use alladin connect . It is 55$ on Amazon and does 3 doors
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Quote from SlickGlizzy :
In not sure about this one specifically, but beware that the Meross (w/ Apple Kit) that I have can only be set up on a 2.4 ghz WiFi signal. So if you have a google mesh system or something similar that combines both 2.4 ghz and 5 ghz signals you're in for some fun. Eventually, I was able to get it to work by creating a guest network, but I struggled for two days trying to figure it out.

Other than that, the Meross works great and I'm pretty happy with it.
This is the same nightmare issue with August devices. Even creating an individual 2.4 network didn't help
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Quote from SlickGlizzy :
In not sure about this one specifically, but beware that the Meross (w/ Apple Kit) that I have can only be set up on a 2.4 ghz WiFi signal. So if you have a google mesh system or something similar that combines both 2.4 ghz and 5 ghz signals you're in for some fun. Eventually, I was able to get it to work by creating a guest network, but I struggled for two days trying to figure it out.

Other than that, the Meross works great and I'm pretty happy with it.
For all of my smart devices using 2.4ghz, I just temporarily disabled 5ghz on my mesh (tp link), setup the devices, then re-enabled 5ghz
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Why not use alladin connect . It is 55$ on Amazon and does 3 doors
It's $5 less in Home Depot... but comes with only one sensor. Extra sensors are $25 to $30. But works great. Is been 3 months since I installed. It works with Genie but not sure it will work with other doors.
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