- 3 in 1 Zwave Sensor: Door and window sensor, temperature sensor and humidity sensor 3 in 1. Protect your home by detecting accidental opening/closing of doors, windows, cabinets and drawers. Check the battery level of the device, temperature and humidity through the app.
- Safe and Reliable: Built-in Z-Wave 700 series, Z-Wave Plus V2, faster wireless speed, longer battery life and longer range than Z-Wave 500 series. SmartStart included, with standard S2 security features, is not only easy to install (auto-recognition via a quick scan of a QR code), but also secure.
- Long-Life Battery: This smart sensor is powered by a CR2450 battery (battery included, no need to bring your own). The lifespan is 3 years. The sensor’s power saving mode extends battery life compared to other sensors.
- Customized Events: Personalize how your Z-Wave devices talk to each other: when the front door is opened in the evening, automatically turn on the welcome lights. When a backdoor is opened unexpectedly, trigger a Z-Wave alarm siren.
- Z-Wave Hub Compatibility: This z-wave door sensor works with certified Z-Wave gateways, Fibaro, SmartThings, Vera.
only sold in the US
S2 security and SmartStart Included, Compatible with SmartThings, Wink, Vera, FIBARO z-wave hub.
What is the difference between the z-wave door sensor and the wifi door sensor?
1. EASY TO SET UP: Z-Wave is easier to set up than Wi-Fi because you don’t have to worry about it interfering with your home Wi-Fi signal.
2. FLEXIBLE: Thousands of different devices can work on Z-Wave frequencies, so you’ll be able to find the one that best suits your needs.
3. COMPATIBILITY: Z-Wave devices are backward compatible. This means that older devices can be compatible with the current system. Any new device that comes along will be compatible with your existing setup.
Z-Wave Plus 3 in 1 Sensor (Door/Temperature/Humidity)
3-in-1 Z-Wave MultiSensor: Z-Wave door/window sensor, z wave humidity, temperature sensor.
View State and Data Anytime: Can check the status of doors and windows, temperature, humidity and battery power consumption through the app
Battery Included: Up to 3 years battery life with 1 CR2450 battery included in the box.
Compatible Z-Wave Hub Required: This Z-Wave multisensor works great with open Z-Wave systems like Vera, SmartThings (please ask seller for the required custom device handler)
- The life of the battery is related to the frequency of use.
Operating Temp Range: 32°F~104°F
The device contains two Multilevel sensors with the following accuracy measures:
Relative Humidity: precision ± 3% RH (max), range 0 to 100% RH
Temperature: precision ±0.4 °C (max), range -25 to 125 °C
- Easy Installation:
- Just use the supplied adhesive tape to attach magnetic base to the door or window!
Z-Wave 3 in 1 Sensor
This z-wave sensor combines 3 functions into one. Not only can be used as a sensor for doors and windows, but also as a temperature sensor and humidity sensor. The multi-function sensor allows you to get three modes of sensor at low cost.
Z-Wave Sensor For Home Security
You can check the status of your doors and windows, battery level, real-time temperature and humidity at any time through your mobile phone. This door sensor can be used as an assistant to keep your home safe.
Care For Your Family
After installing the z-wave door sensor, you can check whether the doors and windows have been accidentally opened at any time. You can monitor the status of doors and windows in your home through the app.
How to Add MSE30Z to SmartThings HUB
Check to make sure you’re following the right steps for manual or auto-inclusion since the inclusion process for each is a little different.
The MSE30Z is a door/window sensor with a built-in temp sensor and humidity sensor and is officially integrated with SmartThings, so you’ll be able to use it remotely out of the box. However, we recommend installing the custom device handler to access the right functions.
With the handler installed, you can proceed to auto-include or manually include your MSE30Z to SmartThings.
Here’s how to add the handler.
Log in here with the information you use for your ST app.
Click on My Device Handlers in the top menu
In the top right corner, click on “Create new device handler” and choose “from code” from the top tab menu. You’ll be presented with a blank area where you can paste the code for the handler. Please check this link to access the code, then copy ALL of the code from the page.
Once copied, paste it into the blank window on the SmartThings page.
Next, scroll to the bottom and click “create“.
Now click save, then click publish > “for me“.
Once you see the handler on your list of device handlers, include the dimmer plug by following the inclusion steps.