LiveHouse Garage Door Controller v2 (No Electrician Needed)
Garage Door opener and sensor in a single package - no need to buy an additional Z-wave sensor if you want a wired door reed sensor.
The LiveHouse Garage Door Controller is compatible with virtually any automatic garage door opener with manual switch. You only need to pair and setup the unit to a Z-Wave gateway, mount the unit, connect two control wires and plug it in. The garage door is then remotely controllable through the home controller interface. The newest version has additional terminals allowing a wired door sensor to be integrated into a single unit, instead of using a separate Z-wave door sensor.
This controller is also suitable for gates that have a connection for an external button.
NOTE - This controller DOES NOT require an electrician for installation as it comes with a 24V DC Adaptor. See the User Manual for setup and configuration.
|RF Frequency||921.42Mhz ‐ AU/NZ approved RF for Z‐wave|
|Z‐wave device type||Z-wave binary switch, routing slave|
|Power||240V - 24VDC Adaptor|
|Operation Range||Up to 20m indoor when no obstacles|
|Application||Under cover, not waterproof|
|Operation temperature||0 ~ 55 °C|
|Storage temperature||‐10 ~ 80 °C|
|Compliance||C-Tick, AS/NZS 4268:2008, AS/NZS CISPR 14.1, IEC60669-2-1|
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Hi, Does it work with Fibaro controller and Jaytech CK1200 garage door opener? thanks!
The Jaytech CK1200 supports an external wired button according to the manual, so that is what this controller would connect to.
It'll work with a Fibaro Controller, provided you can set up the same type of scene as our instruction manual shows for Vera, or you can use the inbuilt on/off timer by setting the appropriate device parameters.
Does it work with gdo 2v7 garage door opener? Thanks
According to the manual, the GDO-2v7 has O/S/C (Open, Shut, Close) input which is used for a wired, montary contact switch.
This is exactly the application our Garage Door Controller is designed for.
The GDC-2v7 has 3 terminals on its O/S/C connector, and the manual doesn't have a wiring diagram or more details on using the terminals. Our controller requires 2 connections, so it would be worth confirming with ATA the function of each pin on the O/S/C connector so you know which 2 pins to connect to.
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