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Iris Contact Sensor

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Title : Iris Contact Sensor
ASIN : B01GCKAGDM
Description : Use the Iris Contact Sensor anywhere you want to monitor if something has been opened or closed. Flexible mounting options mean they are easy to install and can be relocated with ease. Use them also to monitor temperature wherever they are installed and know if windows, basements and attics are properly insulated. Or mount them at key entry points to your home and receive notifications if doors and windows are opened unexpectedly. The Iris Smart Hub is required to connect the Contact Sensor with the Iris app. Premium service may be required for some features.
Features :

  • Iris offers 24/7 Pro Monitoring for only $14.95/month
  • Use on doors, windows, cabinets, safes or anywhere you want to be notified when something is opened or closed
  • Easy installation with flexible mounting options
  • Also reports temperature wherever it is installed
  • Compatible with Iris Smart Home System
  • Manage and monitor your smart devices through Iris App on your Smartphone
  • Visit IrisByLowes.com for information and support
  • Iris requires broadband internet, iOS 8.0+ on an iPhone5 or later or Android 4.1+

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Category: Home Security Systems
Brand: Iris Smart Home Management
Item Page Detail URL : Click Here for details
Rating : 4.1
Rating : 92
Review : I cannot recommend these.

I have two Ecolink sensors mounted outdoors for the last 4 months 0f 90’s to 110 degree weather. They are still surviving! I decided to try Iris sensors. I purchased two, they both were found by my Smartthings system. One worked as advertised, the other would not display the Open/Close status correctly. I reinstalled it a few times and finally got it to work. But after mounting each they stopped working. Neither would show the proper open/close status. Both showed a battery status of 79% to 88% (supplied batteries). After removing and reinstalling the multiple times I gave up. They were not reliable. The instillation point was physically within 6 feet of a GE switch, so signal strength should not have been an issue. I could have switched batteries, but that implied a very short battery life if they wouldn’t function at 80%.