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Refoss Smart Wi-Fi Garage Door Opener - $35.99, HomeKit version $44.29, 3 Garage door controller $35.99 (after coupon)

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[Amazon.ca] Refoss Smart Wi-Fi Garage Door Opener - $35.99, HomeKit version $44.29, 3 Garage door controller $35.99 (after coupon)

Regular:
Refoss Smart Wi-Fi Garage Door Opener, APP Control, Compatible with Alexa, Google Assistant, No Hub Needed, White

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07PM59X4J

HomeKit support:
Limited-time deal: Smart Wi-Fi Garage Door Opener, Compatible with Apple HomeKit, Siri, Alexa & Google Assistant, No Hub Needed, Wireless Remote Control

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B08GG1H7TV

3 garage door version:
Smart Garage Door Opener, Refoss Smart Wi-fi Garage Door Opener Remote for 3 Garage Doors, APP Control, Compatible with Alexa & Google Assistant, Auto Close No Hub Needed Upgrade Version

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B086PNCFZF
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Love mine, refurbished or not, very reliable on HomeKit after firmware update.
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Had this for well over a year (homekit version) and it's been flawless.
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Correct me if I am wrong...For a 2 car garage door, I would need to buy the 3 garage door hub version and 1 extra sensor for the second door? Or do I buy 2x regular version?
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micron15 wrote: Correct me if I am wrong...For a 2 car garage door, I would need to buy the 3 garage door hub version and 1 extra sensor for the second door? Or do I buy 2x regular version?
You can do either or.

Buy the three door version, it is cheaper and you can get a reed switch for 10$
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The 3-door version does not seem to have good reviews.

Also, what is the price for the 2 additional sensors? It is OOS currently.
Gee wrote: You can do either or.

Buy the three door version, it is cheaper and you can get a reed switch for 10$
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Are these all connected just by the wires to the garage door so it essentially just shorts the wire?
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Anyone have the yellow button?? Any problem getting it to work?
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michiebaby wrote: Anyone have the yellow button?? Any problem getting it to work?
Was straight forward, have been using it for few months now
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CloudSurfer wrote: Are these all connected just by the wires to the garage door so it essentially just shorts the wire?
Yep, you insert the device's wires in the same spot where your door opener wires go in. It comes with a short test wire to check if it's the correct location.
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immad01 wrote: Was straight forward, have been using it for few months now
With the yelllow learn button? Just want to make sure, thanks.
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michiebaby wrote: With the yelllow learn button? Just want to make sure, thanks.
correct
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Is the internet service any better than the Chamberlains? The webservice for that device goes out of service at the worse times preventing you from opening your garage door.
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Anyone know if either of these will integrate easily with Home Assistant?
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hraklis wrote: Anyone know if either of these will integrate easily with Home Assistant?
If it is Tuya based, then you can integrate with Home Assistant using the Tuya add on. If it is ESP based, you can flash the unit with your own firmware to ESP Home or Tasmota.

If you are using Home Assistant, I suggest you build your own using a WeMos D1 Mini and by pass the third party cloud.
theastroboy wrote: The 3-door version does not seem to have good reviews.

Also, what is the price for the 2 additional sensors? It is OOS currently.
The three door and the single door should use the same micro controller. The only difference is the amount of relays

The sensor is just a reed switch. You can buy it anywhere for less than 10$ each

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