GE 32563 Z-Wave Plus Wireless Smart Sensor, Hinge Pin Door Sensor

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GE 32563 Z-Wave Plus Wireless Smart Sensor, Hinge Pin Door Sensor
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PRODUCT INFORMATION
Compatibility Officially Supported
Manufacturer GE
Model/Part # 32563
Network Type ZWave
Category(s) Access Control, Security & Monitoring
Type(s) Monitoring
Sub-Type(s) Open/Close

PRODUCT FEATURES
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CONFIRMED WORKING: Officially Supported

GE 32563 Z-Wave Plus Wireless Smart Sensor, Hinge Pin Door Sensor


OVERVIEW


Whether you’re coming or going, your home is ready when you are with the Z-Wave Smart Door Sensor. By simply opening or closing your door, the sensor uses Z-Wave technology to wirelessly trigger scenes throughout your home. From your mobile device, you’re able to schedule lights to turn on as soon as you walk in and be notified of activity while you’re away. Simple installation uses your door’s existing hinge and pin, making setup a breeze. The sensor is discreetly designed to blend subtly into the frame of the door, adding the convenience of the Smart Door Sensor to your home without distracting from your household decor. The Smart Door Sensor is powered by a CR2 battery (included) with up to 2 years of battery life. Smart controls require a standalone Z-Wave remote or supported Z-Wave hub, including SmartThings, LG Smart Security, Trane, Nexia and Iris. This product is guaranteed with a 2-year limited warranty.

KEY FEATURES


  • Wirelessly trigger scenes throughout your home by simply opening or closing your door.
  • Works on all standard doors using your existing hinge – compatible with hinge pins up to 5/16” in diameter.
  • Reversible for right and left door openings.
  • Battery operated: requires CR2 battery (included) with up to 2 years of battery life

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DISCLAIMER

  1. Although I do my best to verify every product that is reported as compatible, things do change.
    • Firmware updates to either hub might render previously-compatible devices inoperable. Usually, problems like this are reported and addressed by Wink.
  2. Inclusion in this Wiki is a very good indicator of compatibility, but is not a guarantee.
    • One thing to be aware of is that "ZWave Plus" devices might not work with the Wink Hub (1st version), though they should work with the Wink Hub 2.
  3. I use a Wink Hub 2 as my primary controller.
    • My testing is done on the Wink Hub 2.
    • I try to find out if devices reported by others are Hub 1 or Hub 2, but I'm not always able to find out.
  4. I am a beta tester.
    • This means my hub might work with a device that won't work for the general public.
    • I try to avoid adding article for devices that are only compatible with the Wink beta firmware, but sometimes, something slips through.
    • If I report that it works, but it does not work for you, chances are it will start working for you in the near future.