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    Monoprice Z-Wave Garage Door Sensor, NO LOGO
    Product # 11987
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    Model 11987
    Protocol Z-Wave
    Frequency 908.42 MHz
    Operating Range Up to 100 feet line of sight
    Operating Temperature +5 ~ +140°F (-15 ~ +60°C)
    Battery Type 1x CR123A

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    Works with Lowes IRIS system?
    Dennis L on Feb 28, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately, we would not have a list of compatible Z-Wave Hubs. We do have a 30 day return policy, if you wished to purchase it and it does not work out you are welcome to return it. I do apologize for any inconvenience.
    Will these work with ADT Pulse?
    Yuan K on Sep 16, 2017
    Will this work with the Vivint sky panel?
    Joe M on Apr 6, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. Unfortunately we would not have a list of compatible devices. We do offer a 30 day return policy, so it can be returned should you wish to try it and it not work out.

    Should you require additional assistance, please reach out to our technical support team with a detailed question via any of the methods available here:


    Our knowledgeable Technical Support staff would be more than happy to assist. Thank you
    Does this mount to the door itself, the track, the frame, or wall near the door? I don't see anything that explains what it actually senses.
    Matt S on Jul 21, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: You mount the sensor on an interior door panel. When the garage door opens, the sensor changes from a vertical position to horizontal, which triggers the sensor. Likewise, it senses a change in orientation when the door closes.
    Can you tell me if the Z-Wave garage door sensor will work with a VIVINT monitored alarm system? I have several Z-Wave items that were purchase/furnished by VIVINT curently connected, including smoke detectors, lighting switches (repeaters), and door locks.
    Carl B on Mar 21, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. Unfortunately we would not have a list of supported systems. If you wished to purchase the unit and it does not work, you can have it returned. We do offer a 30 day return policy.
    Does this device work with WinkHub 2 ?
    Krzysztof S on Apr 22, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: works perfectly with Wink Hub 2.
    Can this be oriented horizontally (on a swing gate) to tell if it's open?
    Carl F on Jan 10, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: No, it is a "tilt" sensor. It has a little metal piece that slides to make contact as the garage door is rolled up. Then slide the other way when the garage door is closed. I dont see a way for it to work on a gate that just swings back and forth.
    Will this work as a replacement tilt will this work as a replacemnt tilt sensor for a gocontrol/linear GD00 Z?
    Bobin M on Apr 27, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Yes should as that's how it works on the garage door. Verticle and horizontal
    Does this work with smart things without the rboy subscription?
    A shopper on Oct 15, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: I do not have the Rboy subscription and the tilt sensor works with smartthings. You should mount it on the top panel of the door as it becomes horizontal first. The smartthings app can use it to tell you if door is open/closed.
    Could this be oriented horizontally (on a swinging gate) to tell if it was open?
    A shopper on Jan 10, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: I don’t think it would work. This is a gravity operated switch and it needs to go from a vertical orientation to horizontal orientation to open and close the switch. Swinging sideways would not move the switch.
    I’ve heard of other people using a proximity window/door sensor on gates which seems like a better solution.
    will i be able to open or close the garage with this sensor?
    A shopper on Dec 7, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: No, this sensor simply reports the status as open or closed. You'll need to use this in conjunction with another system. In my case, I use this with my Liftmaster (tht has wifi) and a Smartthings hub for opening and closing, and checking status remotely.
    How long does the battery last?
    New User U on Feb 28, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Hard to say for sure but a long time. I installed two sensors a year ago and both are still reporting 100% battery.
    Will this device tell me if the garage door is open and allow me to close it remotely?
    Gail M on Sep 17, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: No. It's nothing more than a tilt sensor used to determine if the door is closed (vertical) or open (not vertical.)
    Compatible with Honeywell Lynx system? It's Z-Wave...
    Jeff M on Aug 27, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: I have the Honeywell Lynx system and have no z-wave products that are compatible with it. Lynx requires a unique code that is printed on the device to be entered into the panel to be recognized. I use two of these garage door sensors with my SmartThings hub and they work great. The only annoying part is that SmartThings will continue to send you reminder messages on your phone until you clear the alert. This gets somewhat annoying every time my wife leaves home. The door sensor it's self is great, as the garage doors are 40ft from the hub and the signal has to travel through several walls to the second floor of our home. Hope this helps.
    Does it work with IFTTT? Can you request a status at 10pm to say if the door is still open using IFTTT?
    Shane B on May 3, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: I doubt this would work directly with IFTTT. Mine is connected to my Wink Hub 2. With this, I can get status reports, alerts, and set up Wink Robots. IFTTT does not show Z-Wave as a service, but it does show Z-Ware, which may be a hub.
    Is this compatible with Frontpoint Security System?
    Barry S on Aug 27, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Enter an answer Should be fine. Zwave is zwave. Always remember US version with US version. Other countries use different frequencies. FYI it work great with Homeseer. I have one in my mailbox and on my garage door. Might need to modify depending on your creation. Cheers this question.
    4.3 / 5.0
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    Works great with smartthings
    Works great. Detected as a generic sensor but I used the device type below to get it to report correctly. https://github.com/FlorianZ/SmartDevices/blob/master/MonopriceDoorWindow.groovy

    PROS: Immediately detected with smartthings

    CONS: Doesn't detect motion, just open/closed.
    March 11, 2015
    Works Great with Wink Hub 2
    I hooked this up to my Wink Hub 2 and it works great! It is very accurate and I have it set up to notify me anytime the garage opens or closes, and I think I set a check to make sure my garage is closed when 10 PM rolls around. Does just what I was hoping, couldn't be happier with my purchase!
    April 20, 2017
    1 year ago
    Works, cheap, but sometimes glitchy
    Did not work with WINK hub, but does work with smartthings. Love this device, and even more so the price, but I've also had it give false (Open) signals. It happens about once every other week. We'll open and close the garage door as we leave and then a couple minutes later I check and the door says it is open again. I circle back but the garage door is actually closed. Pretty frustrating.

    I'm using it in Canada, and although I was expecting that I might have some issues in the dead of winter, it's been acting up even when it isn't that cold.

    Typically a quick tap on the unit will reset it to the correct status.

    PROS: Works with Smartthings.


    Has several mounting options.

    Fast response time.

    CONS: False (Open) signals

    Does not work with WINK
    November 16, 2015
    Zwave Garage Door Tilt Sensor

    PROS: Purchased three of the tilt sensors for my garage. I use a Vera lite zwave system and I configured it under other zwave devices since vera doesn't have a tilt sensor included. This was recognized as a vision product after inclusion. Works great however on letting me know when the garage is activated but you cantbtell if its up or down. Trying to figure out how to make the device reset after it is triggered so I can tell if the door is open or closed. Other than that it was a good buy at the onsale price with coupon.
    June 28, 2015
    Does not work with WINK
    So Wink has confirmed that the garage door sensor does not work with the WINK Hub. This is their issue. Unfortunately I cannot therefore, properly assess Monoprice's device and my review is less about Monoprice and more about Wink.

    For anyone looking at purchasing these z-wave devices for the Wink, be advised that the motion sensor works, but not temperatures. The garage door and the smoke alarm both don't work at all with the Wink hub.

    Having said that, the sensor linked to the Wink Hub easily. and tilting it makes the Wink hub flash so I know that the sensor work as advertised. Note, there are a good range of mounting options for this device. I am impressed about that.

    See below:

    This is Tiffany from Wink support, thanks for reaching out!

    Unfortunately, since that device you have is sort of like a 2-in-1, there is no option within the Wink app to have that sort of specification. The thermometer within the motion sensor is something we are not compatible with, therefore, we cannot guarantee full functionality.

    The only smoke alarms that are able to connect to the Wink hub itself are the Kidde smoke alarms and the Nest Protect smoke alarm. There is no other way to add generic z-wave smoke alarms to the Wink hub, unfortunately.

    When I asked about the garage door sensor:

    Ah yes, it's not compatible, unfortunately. We are always working on new integrations, definitely keep your eyes peeled for future updates.

    PROS: Cheap

    Lots of mounting options

    Seems to send a signal

    CONS: Doesn't work with Wink Hub, NOT MONOPRICE's FAULT
    September 15, 2015
    Works with Wink Gen 1 Hub (Jan, 2018)
    I took a chance on this despite the mixed reviews about it working with my hub, which is a Wink first generation unit. It works great. As someone else indicated, Wink has been pushing firmware updates and expanding support. This item must've been one of those items. I was able to easily pair it as a Z-Wave sensor. It seems to be fully functional with Wink.
    January 11, 2018
    I gave this 9 stars vs 10 only because at first I could not get the device to indicate a an open/closed status with my Aeon Zwave Stick and Openhab. I was almost about to return it till learning to need to add the device as a member of Controller and setting zwave:masterController = true in the openhab.cfg file.

    Now it works great and I add a rules to trigger lights etc when the door open or closes.

    PROS: Works as advertised

    CONS: Little tricky to get correct status
    June 6, 2015
    Works Well, Mostly
    I bought two of these, one for each garage door. Installation and configuration with a Samsung SmarHub was quick & simple. In operation, one has performed flawlessly. The other always signals the door opening, but at first didn't register the closing, showing Open status even though the door was closed. Lately, it's been 100%. Whether it will continue to function @ 100% is a question.
    September 7, 2017
    1 year ago
    Works as expected
    No problems, works great with home assistant and zstick gen5
    May 18, 2017
    1 year ago
    Works great with Almond+
    Works fine with Almond+ router. The instructions do not show the correct orientation to attach the sensor to your garage door, so pay attention to that otherwise you will have incorrect triggers.

    PROS: Fairly priced

    CONS: Instruction manual could be better
    September 6, 2016