iSmartgate Tilt Wireless Sensor - iSG-TWS-101

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      iSmartgate Tilt Wireless Sensor - iSG-TWS-101

      Waterproof wireless sensor for sectional and tilt garage doors. Monitors your garage door status, garage temperature and sensor's battery condition remotely. Obstructions detection available with Apple Homekit.

      Real time alerts
      Receive alerts when door is open, closed or left open on your Smartphone or via email. Alerts for garage temperature and battery condition are available too. ismartgate controller (PRO/LITE) required.

      Tilt sensor for door status recognition
      The wireless sensor TWS will read the door status position: open (horizontal) or closed (vertical).

      Battery and temperature sensors
      The TWS sensor also monitors the temperature in your garage and its own battery conditon.

      2.4 Ghz Frequency
      The GWS uses a 2.4Ghz frequency range to avoid interferences with LED lights or existing remote controls.

      Long lasting batteries
      2x Type-N 1.5V batteries that will last approx 18 months.

      4 digit secutiry code
      The iSmartgate system uses a 4 digit code for communication between Wi-Fi controller and wireless sensor.

      50ft range
      The wireless sensor TWS can communicate with the Wi-Fi controller at a distance of up to 50ft. Ideal for indoor use in two and/or three car garage.

      Easy to install
      The wireless sensor TWS easily mounts in your garage door with double side tape.

      What's In The Box?

      1 x Tilt sensor
      2 x Type-N batteries (1.5V)
      1 x Double sided tape
      1 x User manual

      Specifications:
      Transmitter:2401 Mhz
      Type: Gravity sensor
      Temperature indicator: Included
      Range: 50 ft
      Operating temperature: -25ºC / 70ºC
      Batteries: 2x Type-N (1.5V)
      Life span: 18 months
      Waterproof: Yes

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