I just came across these this evening and wanted to share with the community. I am not sure they are supported, but being made by Ecolink, I am wonder if the code from the existing Ecolink door sensor could be used. This is the only other recessed door sensor I have ever seen beside Aeotec and they are significantly cheaper ($23 on eBay).
I believe they have several model with different technologies. Not sure if they are signee, zwave, etc. they caught my eye because they were cheaper than aeotec and the only other recessed ones I have seen.
That sucks, well maybe they will eventually. I am really surprised no one has a spring loaded one that would sit on the hinge side of the door (plunge switch). My parents ancient alarm system had that and it never failed or had a false alarm in the 20 years I was living there.
Have you used these? They look tiny and say they are SmartThings compatible. I would prefer small switches be user our windows only have 1 half that open (bottom half) so a sensor will be quite visible when the blinds are open.
I have not. The rack I saw the sign for was empty, but I was intrigued. The information said no drilling/cutting, and they looked small in the picture. I will keep an eye on that rack as I am at Lowe’s every other weekend (for other reasons… )