- Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 1 x 3 cm ; 9.07 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 9.1 g
- Item Model Number: NCZ-3011
- ASIN: B00WTE61FI
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 29 April 2018
- Customer Reviews: 21 customer ratings
NYCE NCZ-3011-HA ZigBee Door/Window Sensor
- Verified Compatible with: Securifi, Zipato, Telegesis, SmartThings , Amazon Echo plus (more to come...)
- Long Battery Life (up to 5 years), Three color LED event indication
- ZigBee HA1.2 Communication protocal
- Reports Open/Closed for Doors and Windows
- ***** NOT Compatible with Control4 *****
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NYCE's wireless Door/Window Sensor combines the features of a Door/Window Sensor and ZigBee (802.15.4) radio into a single tiny device. Packed with intelligent features, the Door/Window Sensor expands your smart home network's possibilities - monitoring any type of door or window anywhere in the home - and all without any wires. A compatible zigbee hub is required to control this sensor. Note: Strong WIFI signals may impede sensor operation . For more information and product manuals visit: http://nycesensors.com/support/ For SmartThings User: Please download smarthings device Handler from http://nycesensors.com/ and install to hub THIS IS NOT THE CONTROL4 VERSION.
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UPDATE: Just received two more for the back door and door to the garage. Again no pairing issues with smartthings and work like a charm. Again I like the small size of these sensors. They are light so you can attach them with double sided tape. They claim a 5 year battery life so I'll update in a few months if that's not the case. The steps I followed were to unbox the sensor. Open up the case. Remove the plastic battery shim at which point the led light will come alive. I then followed the add open/close sensor in smart things and picked NYCE Door/Window sensor. It then said searching at which point I pressed the button on the sensor a couple of times and the message on my phone said found sensors and asked me to name it. After that I tested that it would show open and closed by bringing the magnet piece next to the sensor. I closed it up and applied double side tape that came with the sensor and stuck the sensor to the door and carefully placed the magnet to frame . So it was a very easy install.
One other note on installation that I haven't seen anyone else mention so far is that on the magnet piece there appears to be a break line. On both of my sensors I have broke off the back tab (which is used if you want to install using screws) and used the foam pads to install. This provides for a very small installation foot print.