familiar (except for the price tag).
Renogy Zigbee Door & Window Sensor
$29.99CDN CAD $35.99
Part of an
all-in-one energy monitoring and off-grid smart living center.
Providing advanced system monitoring
This smart control panel connects to all your compatible energy devices via Bluetooth/RS485/RV-C, offering real-time data on its 4″ HD touchscreen. Track your system performance from anywhere with the DC Home app on your smartphone. Eliminate the hassle of tangled cables and multiple monitors.
24/7 energy visualization
Remote system monitoring
Error notifications & troubleshooting
Intuitive one-touch controls
Historic energy data tracking (up to 200 days)
Off-grid living assistant
Looks very familiar
There are similar touch-screen control panels by
Sonoff and Tuya , but this seems another model.
These are 4 bux each and work beautifully. Also do temp!
xfinity x2ue's. Fantastic! Batteries last about a year (I have 36 of them)
Ugh, at one point I've had like 25 of them. I'm down to 2 now. They refuse to ever work again after changing batteries. Though to be fair I've had a lot of Sonoff devices do the same.
Sometimes they need re paired, or when you insert the new battery tap the tamper switch a time or two. (I only had to do that with 2 of them) They've been solid for me.
I've literally spent dozens of hours on them, they're all long gone. I really wish it would have occurred to me to try to pair them too my home assistant coordinator.
Does the battery reporting seem accurate? I've got a couple of these in use, but all still reporting 100% battery. I thought I had one drop off last week, but the battery was totally flat despite still registering 100% at last reading. Maybe just a fluke or bum battery that quickly failed.
Ugg, CR 2450's I think. I'm not crazy about those batteries. I love my sylvania/Iris with CR2 batteries and visonic with CR2032
Meh, they're cheap and last a year.... I can't argue too much., They're a great contact sensor
Yep, same with mine - always say 100%. I just use Device Activity Check to keep an eye on all of mine since the battery reporting is wacked.
Because they use Lithium ion batteries... they'll show 100% till they don't
I use lithium batts exclusively for all of my batt stuff and while the lithium drop is always steep, it's not full-on 100 -> 0 with any other devices so I think it's an issue with how these report %.
But I consider it a minor quibble given the price and overall performance -- I'm definitely still a fan.
Holy crap, I never thought of this. This explains a lot of my confusion regarding battery devices. Thanks
That's why a lot of us use Device Activity Check... The only one I don't really use lithium ion on is my door locks... But if anything drops (even sharply) below 15% it notifies me...