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    Z-Wave Plus PIR Multi Sensor, Temperature - Humidity - Light
    Product # 15902
    In Stock This item will ship on 3/19/2018 if ordered within 1 days 14 hours 58 minutes

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    Protocol Z-Wave® (ZM5202)
    Operating Frequency 908.42 MHz
    Operating Range up to 100 feet line of sight
    Operating Temperature +14 ~ +104°F (-10 ~ +40°C)
    Battery 2x AAA

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    will this work with wink?
    Evert D on Nov 30, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Does not work with wink 1 or wink 2
    What is the coldest temp this sensor can report?
    A shopper on Sep 16, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: The operating temperature for this sensor is +14 ~ +104°F (-10 ~ +40°C). And the lowest Temperature range indicated by a green LED is under +59°F
    Anyone know how to do a factory reset on this unit?
    A shopper on Oct 6, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: If it's not already paired, remove the batteries, plug them back in, and press the reset pinhole button on the bottom using a straightened paper clip. If already paired, you have to unpair (exclude) by putting your ZWave controller in Exclusion mode and pressing the reset pinhole button on the bottom. After this, the unit will blink multiple times each time you press the reset button. If it only blinks once, it thinks it's paired.
    This device seems to link up with Wink 2. However, motion sensor does not show up on the wink as an option. Does this device act as a motion sensor on the wink?
    New User U on May 7, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately we would not have a list of compatible Z-Wave hubs. I would recommend un-pairing then re-pairing the sensor to see if it will pick it up. If it does not show up it may just not be compatible with Wink.

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    Is there a SmartThings Device Handler in the works for this product? It currently does not report Lux/Light nor Humidity properly with any of the Aeon Labs or generic Device Handlers (as of 12.25.16). Thanks.
    Dan L on Dec 25, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: UPDATE: this handler for smartthings seems to work much better: zooz-zse40-4-in-1-sensor I can not insert links here so you'll have to search github or google for appropriate groovy file.
    steps to make it work:
    1) install new handler from groovy file
    2) assign new handler to multisensors via smartthings IDE
    3) remove all sensors from 2) from smartthings(yes I had to do it otherwise sensors were not reporting motion)
    4) re-assosiate sensors with smartthings hub - this time the hub will offer correct handler that was installed in 1) .
    Can this be used outdoors (e.g. on the side of a house?)
    David S on Nov 30, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: I have one working well outside, but unde4r a protective overhang. I also have one outside in an unprotected area that I have sealed the seams on with tape and wrapped in one layer of saran wrap. That unit works and has survived a few showers and some dew for several weeks, but I can't say if it will survive long-term.
    I'm using rechargeable batteries in my sensors and they all show a battery level of 0% all the time even though they are obviously working.
    It seems the battery reading is obviously not calibrated with rechargeables in mind. Is there any way of changing this?
    Who is the manufacturer, can they be contacted?
    Martin B on Dec 12, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Well, to answer one of my own questions: I contacted Zooz to ask about this same issue but they simply referred back to Monoprice.
    Has anyone used this with HomeSeer and, if so, how compatible is it?
    William C on Apr 29, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I just got one and it added to my Homeseer Z-wave network just fine. It adde six devices, 1 root device, 1 motion device, 1 temp device, 1 humidity device, 1 luminance device and 1 battery level device. All seems to be working. When I go to the root device and look at settings there's only one setting available directly from Homeseer and that is the "Wake-up Time". If you want to change any of the other device settings (LED Mode, etc.) you have to set the configuration parameters directly and I have been struggling a bit with that. I wanted to change the LED Operation Mode but can't seem to affect it as of yet. Can be kind of tricky sense you have to make sure you "wake it up" first before you try to read or write the settings. Probably user error, so far it looks to be working well.
    what's the delay on motion sensing for this unit? other monoprice zwave motion sensor took 4-6 seconds to trigger, and I would have left the room by then before it trigger make it useless for automate light turn on
    A shopper on Dec 17, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Running through a smartthings hub, mine has less than 1s delay. I have it set to, within certain hours, turn on the bedroom lamp if motion is detected.
    The product page mentions that the device type handler for this sensor is provided by RBOY APPS. Rboy apps is a subscription base service at $25 per year. By extension, does this device REQUIRE that subscription? Are there other DTH's that will work that do not require a subscription that is the same price as the device?
    Jon C on Dec 18, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: No, while the RBOY service appears to be high quality and worthwhile for those who don't want to mess around with DTH's, there are at least two other handlers that work just fine. I just moved over to the krlaframboise : Zooz 4-in-1 Sensor that's working fine and offers very granular configuration changes to the sensors. No subscriptions required.
    Anyone know if this will work with a GE/Interlogix Simon XTi security system?
    A shopper on Jul 3, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: No. While it pairs with the Simon XTi (model 600-1054-95R-12), it registers as "Z-Wave Unknown". The device does not know how to communicate with the panel
    Can I disable the blue light?
    michael k on Dec 3, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I've not found a way to do that within the controls provided. The only thing I can think of doing would be to open it up, and cover it with a small piece of electrical tape.
    Will this interface with the Ecobee 3?
    Matthew K on Aug 25, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I don't believe it interfaces directly. Ecobee 3 uses its own proprietary room sensors.

    You could, however, leverage a platform such as smartthings, vera, openhab, etc. and get them to 'talk' that way. In my use case, I use the sensor to sense occupancy / temperature...and then feed commands to my thermostat via smartthings.
    Does this work with adt?
    A shopper on Dec 23, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Since there are no approved multi-sensors on this list: [search for adt pulse z-wave devices] I suspect not.
    Can this be hard wired?
    Brian L on Dec 24, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Short answer, yes... You're going to need a soldering iron, electrical components and a few youtube how-to videos.
    LEDs don's Flash as per the user manual. I tried 2 different units but same behavior. Any suggestions? Also, has any gotten the motion sensor to work?
    A shopper on Apr 10, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Use a pin to reset the sensor. There's a tiny hole in the bottom. The inside switch is for tamper sensing. I spent 2 months scratching my head on the same dang problem. The Smart hub found it immediately after I did this.
    How accurate is the humidity sensor?
    Richard W on Feb 9, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Mine is within one percentage point of my two Acurite weather stations when placed in the same room. Also the temperature reporting is in close agreement with the Acurites.
    Has anyone gotten these to report the battery %? I have 3 of these and none of them do (but all the other sensor values come through fine; this is with OpenHAB). I also have 2 of the Zooz ones that are basically identical, and those both DO report battery %. Odd...
    Ben M on May 5, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Mine is reporting 100% and I've had it only a couple days so answer is yes but accuracy is unknown. I use Homeseer btw.
    Is there a parameter to set temperature offset? Seems no one can make an accurate Temp sensor.
    Shawn M on Apr 14, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: You could do this with a custom device handler for SmartThings but I haven't seen native offset control. As far as its accuracy, I put this near my wall thermostat and left it for a while to acclimate (it's not a quick read meat thermometer and the updates only get sent to the hub on defined change parameters to save battery). This device was .5 degrees away from the wall thermostat reading which is close enough for my needs and definitely could be attributed to the fact that they are a couple inches apart. Anyway, seems accurate enough for my uses.
    Can this be powered via an adapter or is it batter only?
    Aaron C on Mar 28, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Battery only.
    how big is this?
    New User U on Mar 1, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: It's about 2 x 2 x 1.5 inches.
    Is European or US Z-Wave frequencies?
    A shopper on Dec 6, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: It should include US Z-Wave frequency because it works in US. I don't know if it includes European Z-Wave frequency.
    Can the motion sensor detect 360? Or does it only sense down and away (from the led light on top). The manual is a little confusing. Thanks,
    Pei L on Jul 7, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: It has 4 sensors, motion, temp, humidity and illuminance. The top led like thing toward the edge is the illuminance sensor while the bigger center sensor is motion sensor and it lights up also in different color depending upon the state. Motion, at most is detected in 270 degree cone in front of the motion sensor. Hope this helps.
    Will this work with an Aeotec Z-Stick?
    Steve N on Jul 5, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, I have an Aeotec Z-Stick Gen5 that it works with running Home Assistant w/openzwave
    What are the dimensions of the unit?
    Marcus A on Mar 5, 2018
    Will this sensor work / compatible with a Nexia system?
    A shopper on Dec 19, 2017
    Is this compatible with Piper?
    Edmond B on Jul 20, 2017
    3.7 / 5.0
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    Great sensor; but!
    Monoprice needs to update the directions!! I RMA'd 2 of these because I couldn't get them to work, turns out there's 2 buttons! one inside the battery compartment, and another paper clip hole on the bottom! the paper clip hole controls the inclusion and whatnot, the battery compartment button is only for tamper detection apparently. this is NOT called out in the instructions.
    December 22, 2016
    Like the other reviewer mentions, The zwave button in the tiny circle on the bottom of the senor. Use a paperclip and it will pair right away. The manual for the ZOOZ ZSE40 has a photo if you need more help.
    December 22, 2016
    1 year ago
    Take Note When Adding Sensor to Your Controller
    As others have noted, the instructions are not clear on how to include this sensor. For Vera, select generic z-wave device and have a small pin handy. There is a tiny hole on the outside of the sensor. Carefully insert the pin until you feel the end of a small microswitch. It is easy miss the switch but you will know when you feel the switch click with slight pressure applied. The sensor will flash. Be sure to be within a few feet of the controller or you will get strange errors. Otherwise the sensor has performed as expected once it was successfully included. Great price compared to the competition.
    April 21, 2017
    11 months ago
    Price is good, device is finicky
    For the price, the feature list is outstanding. Where else can you buy a 4-in-1 Z-Wave multi sensor for under $50? It is compatible with the ZooZ device type in SmartThings, too, so it can work out of the box. I say "can work" on purpose because it doesn't necessarily work out of the box, and the setup instructions aren't blindingly obvious.

    I bought two. It took a while to figure out that the button to put the sensor in pairing mode is actually on the bottom of the device and needs to be pressed with a straightened paperclip. It's *not* the "Z2" switch inside the device next to the batteries. That would be much too convenient! The switch inside the device is merely a tamper detection switch as far as I can tell.

    Setup with SmartThings is easy enough. Put the device in pairing mode by quickly depressing the button on the bottom of the device by using a paperclip, and SmartThings will pick it up a few seconds later. That's where the easy stuff ends.

    One of my sensors worked great and keeps on working great. It has been running with SmartThings for a couple weeks now without issue. The other one paired fine and sent it's initial data to SmartThings, but stopped responding after the initial sensor reading. I had to reset it 4 times before I could get it to work reliably and continue reporting status updates to the hub. I'm still not entirely convinced that it is working correctly.

    So. The price is good. The setup is a bit confusing. And it might take some fussing with the sensor to ensure a trouble-free connection. All in all, it's just okay.

    The Aeon multi sensor, while expensive, is considerably better. If cost is your main concern, buy this (or the apparently identical ZooZ multi sensor). If reliability and ease of use is your primary concern, look elsewhere (Fibaro and Aeon are good alternatives).
    April 29, 2017
    11 months ago
    Works well with Smartthings
    Works well with smartthings after installing the custom device handler. Good battery life (90% remaining after 3-4 weeks of use).
    June 15, 2017
    10 months ago
    Watch compatibility
    Does not work with wink 1 or 2. Only compatible with devices that support multi sensors.

    Works good if your device supports it.
    February 5, 2017
    1 year ago
    Great for the price, can't set motion sensor retrigger time
    I had this sensor for several months and its working great in a protected outdoor location. I've successfully changed the temp readings to Fahrenheit via the configuration parameters but can't get the motion sensor retrigger time below 3 minutes. I've set it to 1 and can read it back and see it's set to 1 but the retrigger time is still 3 minutes.
    February 1, 2017
    1 year ago
    Great off the price.
    Works well on Smartthings with a Zooz 4-in-1 device handler. Includes Instructions are not good at all. Google the Zooz instructions and use those. Responds to motion quicker than a GoControl Motion but slow met than the Iris Motion.
    January 8, 2017
    1 year ago
    Vision ZP3111-5 - Vera
    Pretty decent, added to my veraplus by inserting pin into hole on bottom of the unit felt around for the button to depress, set vera to inclusion, searched for model ZP3111-5 in the vera search box, it even gives you a diagram of device and I left it right next to vera for about 2-3 mins until battery indication and everything popped up in interface
    November 5, 2017
    4 months ago
    Added SmartThings cost should be more transparent
    I bought these because they looked on the surface to be significantly cheaper than the same device branded by Zooz. However, you can't pair these with SmartThings unless you pay a third-party developer another $35 for the device handler. So if you buy one sensor to use with SmartThings, the total cost is actually $35 + $35 = $70. I noticed that below the large graphic advertising SmartThings compatibility, they note with an asterisk at the bottom that there's a "fee" associated with the device handler. The existence of and amount of this addition cost should be made far more clear if this sensor is advertised as SmartThings compatible, given that I've never seen any other device for which the required handler isn't free.
    January 22, 2018
    3 months ago


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