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Wofea WiFi Switch Smart Garage Door Opener Controller (Voice Assistant Compatible A$25.55/US$19.26 Delivered @ Wofea AliExpress

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Garage door opener controller features:

WiFi Smart Garage Door Controller and Garage Open Close Monitor Compatible With Alexa Echo , Google Home voice control No Hub Require

REMOTE MONITORING: You can open or close the door by the APP. You can check the garage door open or closed state in real time. You can authorize multiple people to access your garage.

EASY TO USE: Instantly control the garage door by tapping the TUYA or SMART LIFE app on your smartphone. Just connect the smart opener to the 2.4G WiFi network.

VOICE CONTROL: You can activate your garage door opener by placing a voice command to your Alexa or Google Assistant device or driving near the garage door

WIDE COMPATIBILITY: You can only use one controller per garage door opener. Compatible with most general garage door openers.Please check the our list.

TIMER FUNCTION: You can set schedules to open and close your garage door. Quick & easy installation as well without the need of a professional. No Hidden Mon

COUNTDONW FUNCTION: You can set the countdown time to close or open the garage door.

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    Price in title?

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    Isn't this the same as posted last week, just a little more expensive?

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      Yea it is. I bought one from last deal.

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    What's installation like for these things? Will it be compatible with an old (80s?) garage door opener?

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      It's a simple inching/latching relay (time adjustable) so all you need are external or internal terminals when bridged open/close the garage door.

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    When connected to google, does it ask for a pin to open the garage door?

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      "We have voice code protection,when you open the Garage door."

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    I'd be keen to know if anyone has set up the app to send a notification after the garage door is left open for a certain amount of time.

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      Don't know about this one. I got one of the Meross kits from Amazon recently and it shows an "overtime" warning, which can be set to whatever time.

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    Wish there is one that is homekit compatible at this price…

  • +2 votes

    Here's an alternative if anyone is interested https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005001762593430.html?spm=a2...

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      I have purchased both the OP one and the wireless one above and definitely recommend the wireless one. It is an upgraded model and has overtime alarm so it can alert you if the door is open for too long. It’s also much easier to install since you don’t have to run wires, although you will have to change a battery when the sensor needs it

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        Have you tried to set it up with geofencing? I’m guessing it should work.

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        Don't suppose you've had the wireless one long enough to know how long the sensor battery lasts?

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        @BargainRunner - How did you pair the sensor to the door controller? The instructions say "Double-Click" and press two times the black button switch, let the indicator light in green light quickly. Immediately open and close the sensor.

        No matter what I do I can't get the green light to flash on the door controller.

        The system is working via the phone app eg I press the power button and the door opens or closes but it doesn't detect whether it's up or down because the sensor is communicating.

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      Thanks for that, just ordered one.

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    Mine arrived. Works very well and had all the clips, cable ties etc to make installation a breeze. Great deal!

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    The sensor bracket and instructions are for panel type doors not roller doors which is what I have. I made a DIY video on how I made a simple bracket to hook up the sensor to a roller door. https://youtu.be/72MfX0mLcgk Hope it helps someone.

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      Dang! That’s nice! I just finished installing mine on a roller. Taped the magnet inside one of the rolls of the door and it’s okay. That’s a much neater solution. Thanks for sharing.

      Mine took a bit of fluffing round but it’s there.
      It also works okay without the magnet.
      Google assistant needs your 4 digit pin to “open” - if you leave magnets off it stays “open”
      If you didn’t want to operate with a pin you can just ask Google to close the door (but you could set an assistant shortcut to call it whatever you want really).

      Now I’m looking at my front gate and working out if I could make it work too.

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        Just got mine setup today. It does not recognise my google pin? Is there any default pin for the wofea opener?

        Edit: Nevermind got it. You just need to set the password for this particular door opener in the Tuya/Smart Life app and that's the pin to provide when asking Google to open the door.

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    Great gizmo which works as advertised except the notifications 😆
    Does anyone else have an issue with receiving multiple notifications whenever the app/sensor detects open/close trigger? I’m guessing this has something to do with the sensor placement but I have it done correctly I think so it’s doing my head in!

    Currently I have the sensor and magnet within 5mm from each other in the close position and when I open the garage door the magnet moves away from the sensor but the notifications go from open to close to open so it’s somewhat annoying. Any tips would be greatly appreciated :)

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      It took a lot of trial and error but it’s finally sorted.

      Even though the instruction manual says to place the magnet and sensor 3-15mm apart and I had them 5mm apart the app obviously didn’t like that.

      By placing them around 30mm apart that did the trick and got rid of the false notifications.

      hopefully anyone with a similar issue can benefit from my experience hehe

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    Installed mine today, works great.

    I couldn't be bothered with the whole magnet thing and I really couldn't care less about knowing if the door is "open" or "closed". I took off two screws, removed the 5m long magnet wire thing, and set it up.

    Pros: No stupid 5m wire I have to install and cable manage
    Cons: I don't know if it's open or closed if I'm not physically in front of it, but then why would I ever open it? That being said, it's easy enough to wait 15 seconds then press the button again and it will close.

    I guess at some stage I could use it to open garage door for delivery drivers, but realistically I'd just look at my wifi cameras to see if the door is open or closed.

    The main reason I got it is if I'm outside of the house and I forgot my keys or something, I can get into the house with my phone. That way my phone acts as a spare set of keys if I'm ever locked out of my house.

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      Depending on your GD set up, may not need to run a 5mt wire. Mine is mounted on the GDO itself. I really should shorten the cable, but initially installed like this temporarily as will need to run cable anyway for the photoelectric sensors I'm waiting to arrive. Working quite well though so good chance it's going to end up staying that way.

      https://files.ozbargain.com.au/upload/702/87426/gdopener.png

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        Which sensors did you go with?

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          Cheapest ones I could find at the time which was these
          Hopefully not too bad but there's not much to em so shouldn't really cost much anyway…