A:AnswerYes. It works with gto pro systems. Just wire into the system as a switch and hang the sensor over the swing arm so the arm pushes it horizontal as it passes it on the open and drops it down in the close.
A:AnswerI just posted a similar questions (I have an Overhead Door opener). Sounds like there may be a problem with this brand.
I have similar issues. Mine won't open via the pushbutton on the Insigna controller, so it has nothing to do with Homekit.
A:AnswerI have 2 of these in use side by side. It will show 2 different accessories on the app. These particular devices do not use rf frequencies but rather wifi (so they will have their own IP or MAC address or whatever). The HomeKit ID and QR codes are printed on the side of the device and are unique.
A:AnswerIf your sensor is on a metal door, the sensor may not be able to reliably connect with the controller. I had the same problem. Another review suggested remounting the sensor on a 1/2' thick piece of wood and then to the door. I followed that advice and it works fine. A first test may be to take the sensor off of the door and move toward the controller and see if you get a response. When I did this it started working right away.
A:AnswerThe HomeKit APP should be set up under one iPhone and then additional users are added through the HomeKit APP of that iPhone. All settings and changes made on the main iPhone will translate to the other users/ iPhones.
A:AnswerI am not an expert with garage door openers, but I am wondering if your downforce setting for the door is set correctly. Try backing off this setting an 1/8 to 1/4 turn. Disconnect the garage door from the Opener and ensure it moves on the rails feely. Ensure that all your wheels are lubricated and nothing is binding.
If none of this works try contacting the manufacturer for suggestions.
A:AnswerThe sensor mounted to the door must be tilted in order to determine door open. Try mounting that sensor at top panel which should be the first panel to turn along rail and tilt sensor when opened
A:AnswerNothing is mentioned about such a logging feature. I suspect for the price the answer is NO.
I am an ADT security system user (the Pulse system), and there are garage door openers that can be tied into the ADT system. The ADT system maintains a complete log of all events related to the ADT system. So if logging is important, you might want to check out professional security systems to see which will give you the logging you desire.
A:AnswerI installed the device and it does work with the 628 (not on the supported device list). However, it severely reduced the range of the Homelink transmitters in my cars. Had to be in the driveway directly in front of the door to operate. Other posts indicate this might be fixed by a firmware update or relocation of the unit. Any one had success doing this for a non-supported opener?