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    Monoprice Z-Wave Plus® Shock Detector, and Acceleration Sensor NO LOGO
    Product # 15269
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    Can this be calibrated to detect a knock on a door ?
    John C on Apr 26, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: no you can't. there is a tyny stainless steel spring inside with a magnet. that moves over a sensor. its quite sensetive but you'd have to knock pretty hard for it to pick it up
    What is the device handler on Smartthings to use for this shock detector? The device paired as a zwave door/window sensor by default. The status does not change after the initial pairing. i have also tried a different handler, no luck either
    New User U on Aug 16, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I have it working well with a Device Handler from Kevin LaFramboise

    Check GitHub and search for: krlaframboise and Monoprice Shock Sensor
    Monoprice Z-Wave Plus Door/Window Sensor
    He has extended the usability of the device with his code! Very nice! Kevin has also written other Smartthing DH, specifically for Monoprice. Check out his Monoprice Z-Wave Plus Door/Window Sensor if you get one of those as well. Works like a charm
    Can it sense multiple windows or do you need one per window?
    A shopper on Dec 31, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Hi there I have it installed on my garage door and the vibration and movement of the door makes it send a signal and in return it alerts me that my garage has moved and I have a light that turns on in the living room. As for Windows like I said and needs some type of vibration or a movement to react for its action so if the windows are connected together you would need one in the middle if they're separate windows then you would need one for each window. Basically it works like a door window sensor but instead of a magnet it reacts to vibration I hope this helps good luck.
    Is this device sensitive enough to detect vibration for a wash/dryer?
    New User U on Mar 20, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I haven't tired that myself since that is not really the purpose of this sensor, but I can tell you that when it was set to high sensitivity, the bark of a small dog vibrated the glass enough to trigger it. Since the vibrations of washers/dryers is much more intense than that, it most likely will be triggered if mounted directly on the appliance.
    what is the size of the sensor?
    anh d on Dec 3, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Hello, thank you for your question. The dimensions are 74 x 42 x 28mm, I hope this helps, and of course if you have any more questions feel free to contact us!
    Anyone know if this will work with Wink?
    Mike P on Nov 24, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: I have not been able to get this sensor to work with my Wink 2 Hub yet. It recognizes the device, but will not show events for some reason. I have a couple of other Zwave sensors on order, hopefully I will find out if it is this door sensor or some underlying bug in the Wink application soon.
    This product by Monoprice comes with what RF frequency exactly?
    New User U on Jul 9, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Sine this is a zwave sensir it operates at 908.42MHz
    My Zipatile cant detect the sensors - any good ideas?

    New User U on Mar 8, 2018
    2.9 / 5.0
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    Z Wave shock sensor
    Could not have been easier to set up with my SmartThing hub. Much hamster if you place the sensor very near the hub. SmartThing recognized it as a door closure. Not issue. Least expensive high quality Z wave plus shock sensor out there. Samsung still does not have any Monoprice security accessories listed as certified. Do not be dismayed - they all have worked with Smartthings thus far.

    PROS: Set up could not have been easier. Great price and value

    CONS: None
    October 9, 2016
    The only thing Smartthings sees is open. It never closes. The only communication Smartthings sees is when it's first pairs. It did see that
    August 26, 2017
    1 year ago
    Doesnt work consistently. I have 2 next to each other with the same sensitivity settings and they report status differently.
    September 12, 2017
    1 year ago
    Difficult to get working, but once you do...
    I'm using this with the SmartThings system. It would be nice if someone would write a device handler for this device so that it will work better. These connect to the system easily but take many attempts of removing and reconnecting before it will actually do anything other than show as open/triggered. Once you get past this hurdle, they work fine.
    December 27, 2017
    9 months ago
    My review for z-wave shock detector
    I recommend the Z-Wave shock detector because it works really well you can set it up where you need it to alert you and other actions can be formed like lights coming on exedra. I use it on my garage door to let me know when it goes up and down and has worked every time for me and has a lot of possibilities that it can be used for thank you.
    January 2, 2017
    1 year ago
    Works great.
    This seem to work fine. I have it installed on the patio door and any vibration to that door seem to trigger the alarm so works as expected.
    August 7, 2017
    1 year ago
    No SmartThings
    Doesn’t work with SmartThings. Smartthings try’s to tecxognize it as a door/ window senor then keeps searching for what stat it is in
    September 15, 2018
    3 weeks ago
    Not as sensitive as I wanted
    I purchased the zwave shock sensor for a different application than intended for. It does appear to work fine and I am guessing it would be great at detecting glass breaking or something. I actually purchased this to attach to my dryer. The thinking was that while the drywer was running, it would stay triggered. However, it does not stay triggered, as the vibration of the dryer is not enough to trigger the device. There is a sensitivity adjustment, but I adjusted it as much as allowed, but it still did not do detect the dryer in operation.
    January 8, 2017
    1 year ago

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