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How do I integrate my Craftsman AssureLink Garage Door Opener to my SmartThings v2 Hub?


How do I integrate my Craftsman AssureLink Garage Door Opener to my SmartThings v2 Hub?

I found the other post regarding the MyQ setup, but it not dumbed down enough for me. Can someone provide me the steps for Craftsman garage door opener?



(Preston Todd Bradford) #2

The Craftsman AssureLink is already MyQ enabled. You will need to purchase an internet gateway. There are branded ones like this one but II’m 99% sure you can use you can use any of the Chamberlain or Liftmaster gateways. This is the one I have and it says it supports Craftsman Link.

Connect the AssureLink gateway to your home network router.
Create an account at: There is a standard website and a mobile version, so you can do this from your PC or from your smart phone.
Register your AssureLink internet gateway using the serial number on the bottom of the device.
Add an AssureLink device to the account. You can control up to 16 AssureLink devices from garage door openers to light and lamp plug modules.
Download an app to your iPhone from iTunes or your Android device from Android Market.

To Add to Smartthings.

Follow these Instructions

Need help with installing the ST app, go here…


(Morgan) #3

I use this device type and it works great with my Craftsman. As long as you using the updated one, it is great.


It took me a bit to figure out step 4, but I finally understood. It’s not as easy find as mentioned. And likely going to be a issue for other so I wanted to post more detail.

  1. Click on the Marketplace Icon at the bottom right. Then Select the SmartApps tab at the top, and finally you will see + My Apps section mentioned earlier.

Hope this helps others and it worked for me thanks to the community here. Appreciate you reply Ptbradford and thrash99er.


Looks like Smarthings disabled MyQ support for Chamberlain smart controls. You can no longer link your Smarthub to Craftman Assurelink.

(Rick) #6

Saw the latest post and wanted to see if this still holds true


As of last week yes.