Linkind Door Window Sensor, Zigbee-White, for Use with Linkind Home Security System, Automation with Linkind Smart Zigbee LED Lights, Linkind Hub Required (NOT Included), 2-Pack

(6 customer reviews)
  • [REQUIREMENT FOR USE]: As the accessory of Linkind Home Security System, it MUST BE EQUIPPED with Linkind Siren Hub(in Security Kit) or Linkind Mini Hub to get it work: Siren Hub for home alarm system and smart lighting, Mini Hub only for smart lighting. Connected devices sold separately. Compatible with Alexa Echo (only 4th Gen), Alexa Echo Plus (1st Gen, 2nd Gen), Alexa Show (only 2nd Gen), Alexa Echo Studio if you don’t have a Linkind Hub.
  • [WIRELESS DOOR WINDOW GUARD]: Get the sensor connected with Linkind Siren Hub(SOLD SEPARATELY), it is able to detect unexpected break-in of your door or window, sending real-time alert to your Linkind APP and trigger the siren hub to sound high-pitched alarm. “Open”&”close” status will be recorded in real time on the APP.
  • [AUTOMATION WITH LINKIND SMART LIGHTS]: Want the light be switched on when you open the door back from work in the evening? Set up the sensor with Linkind Zigbee Lights(SOLD SEPARATELY and HUB REQUIRED), explore more automation on Linkind APP.
  • [EASY SETUP AND ANTI-TAMPER]: Adhesive tape and mounting bracket available for easy installation. The anti-tamper design will alert you through the APP if intentional removal of the device occurs.
  • [BATTERY INCLUDED]: The lithium battery is included and replaceable. It has a battery life of up to 2 years. The indicator of the sensor or the APP will indicate you if the device is in low battery.
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Integration Supported smart home integration

Interface Smart device connectivity interface

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Frequently asked question

Smartthings can use this right? It says a zigbee product. Has any one hook these to smartthings

Dear customer, Thanks for your interests in our door window sensors. Actually the sensor is designed to be connected with our own mini hub. It supports Zigbee 3.0, but it is not necessarily work with zigbee devices from other brands. Different brands add different limits to their protocol. We didn't test it with Smart… see more Dear customer, Thanks for your interests in our door window sensors. Actually the sensor is designed to be connected with our own mini hub. It supports Zigbee 3.0, but it is not necessarily work with zigbee devices from other brands. Different brands add different limits to their protocol. We didn't test it with Smartthings, therefore, we're not very sure if it works. I feel sorry about it. Linkind Team

Does it have a feature when it left open for a certain period of time to send notification? Say you left the door open as an example.

Hi, Get the sensor connected with Linkind Siren Hub or mini hub(SOLD SEPARATELY), it is able to detect unexpected break-in of your door or window, sending real-time alert to your Linkind APP and trigger the siren hub to sound high-pitched alarm. “Open”&”close” status will be recorded in real time on the APP. Thanks, … see more Hi, Get the sensor connected with Linkind Siren Hub or mini hub(SOLD SEPARATELY), it is able to detect unexpected break-in of your door or window, sending real-time alert to your Linkind APP and trigger the siren hub to sound high-pitched alarm. “Open”&”close” status will be recorded in real time on the APP. Thanks, Linkind

Is this wifi 2.4ghz or zigbee? Both are listed in the specifications.

Zigbee operates on the same bandwidth as WiFi, that's why you are seeing both in the spec. Many people with a substantial number of devices report Zigbee interfering with the operation of 802.11b/g devices and vice versa. To ward that problem off, I run all home automation/security WiFi devices on 2.4Ghz, along with … see more Zigbee operates on the same bandwidth as WiFi, that's why you are seeing both in the spec. Many people with a substantial number of devices report Zigbee interfering with the operation of 802.11b/g devices and vice versa. To ward that problem off, I run all home automation/security WiFi devices on 2.4Ghz, along with many Zigbee devices, and then all data device (laptops, Rokus, etc.) on 5Ghz WiFi. Never had a problem.

Do you need a smartthings hub to connect it to smartthings

As far as I know, yes. These sensors aren’t rated as Smartthings-compatible, so they won’t work natively with the app. But because they are Zigbee they’ll work via the hub.

6 reviews for Linkind Door Window Sensor, Zigbee-White, for Use with Linkind Home Security System, Automation with Linkind Smart Zigbee LED Lights, Linkind Hub Required (NOT Included), 2-Pack

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  • Anonymous

    Good for alerts on status change, but unresponsive otherwise.

    If you setup a routine to notify of the sensor changing from closed to open, and vice versa, then it seems to work great.
    However, checking on the current status comes back with ‘device isn’t responding.’
    At first I thought this was a power save feature.
    However, the first few days on a fresh cell allowed successful status checks.
    After that, the cell will last at least several months for status changes alerts.
    Overall, this is just barely adequate for such a device.
    At this price it’s not worth the time or effort of a return.

    09/12/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Work well with home assistant

    Work well with home assistant

    09/08/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Good but . . . .

    Works well with direct zigbee connection to echo plus, no 3rd party hub required. Able to create routines when it’s open or close. However, it does not have any feature to create routine when say, it is open for certain period of time to notify you that you left a door open. This feature is available from other competitors, hence the 4 stars. Hopefully they can add this feature soonest.

    08/26/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Love these!

    I was looking for more of these for my windows but buying them isn’t always easy they can get expensive. These work GREAT in Home Assistant [Zigbee] and are quality built! I wish I found these in the beginning. Good price, great value and they just work!!!!

    06/07/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Tiny, inexpensive, contact sensor that works great with SmartThings! Here's how:

    I just got these today, and I’m already very excited about them. These are by far the smallest contact sensors that I have found, and I’ve been through a lot of them. Maybe I have used have been huge and are an eye soar. This sensor is much more inconspicuous. You can see from my first attached picture how they compare in size to a quarter.
    They come with a DL2032 (which I believe is interchangeable with CR2032), and it is easily accessed by one small Philips head screw (second picture). In my third picture, you can see the maximum gap I could create between the magnet and sensor is about 5/8 of an inch. This is slightly less than the 0.8′ that is advertised, but it’s still pretty good.
    I had a little bit more trouble pairing these sensors to SmartThings than I have with other devices, but for the size and price of these sensors, I definitely think they are worth the effort. I’ll likely be buying more when I find a new use case.
    Here is how I paired them with SmartThings:
    On the contact sensor
    1. I pulled the battery tab
    2. Used the provided push pin to put in the small hole and hold the reset button down for 3-5s (until a red light started blinking)
    On the SmartThings app
    3. I tapped the ‘+’ to add a device
    4. Then clicked ‘Scan nearby’
    5. After 30+ seconds it discovers the device and calls it ‘Thing’
    6. I renamed the sensor so that I could better identify it
    On SmartThings IDE (account.smartthings.com)
    7. I logged in and click on My Devices
    8. Click on the device I just named and clicked the Edit button
    9. Change the DTH ‘Type’ to ‘SmartSense Open/Closed Sensor’ and clicked Update button
    At this point, the app showed the right interface for the contact sensor when I looked at the device, but it showed disconnected (cloud symbol with a line through it). I then used the push pin on the sensor again to make it discoverable again and tried to re-add the device from the app. After another 30 seconds of searching it discovered the device, but this time with the name that I had previously gave it. The devices was then working properly at that point. I’m not sure if I just got unlucky with the pairing, but I had to do this for both sensors.

    05/30/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Orientation matters

    These contact sensors are quick to connect to the Hubitat Elevation C-5 hub and trigger rules. We have them in the garage and the office closet. Each of the contact sensors is connected to a Zigbee outlet for repeating the signal back to the hub. These sensors do not seem to support temperature or humidity. I like the small size, and I dislike how extremely particular they have to be in order to show as closed. The sensors in the office closet don’t fit well with the molding and door frame, which might cause problems over time.
    For the price, I’d consider buying these again, especially with the super easy pairing with Hubitat.

    04/15/2022
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