I saw on the NYCE sensors page that ST is a compatible system. Does that mean you guys will be offering them?
@nomisr oops sorry about that. Looks like that went up on their site ahead of schedule. I can tell you we’re working on the NYCE sensor and would put them about 3-4 weeks out.
They are super neat devices. Very very small.
Oh boy, those really do look nice and small! I want some of the motion sensors!!
Those look awesome… Does anyone know if they have a pet friendly/sensitivity setting?
These look cool, but a bit pricey.
What’s the pricing going to look like for these sensors? I see at least the window/door sensors being offered for the Iris and seeing that other sensors also shows compatibility, maybe they’ll be offered too. Would your prices at least be similar?
Lowes has listed the nyce door/window sensor on their site for the past month or so. Unable to order it yet but it seems fairly reasonable price-wise.
Lowes has it for $30. It’s $53 on the NYCE website. Unfortunately, not available on Lowes. For that price I’ll take a bunch.
@vitamincm I’m thinking there’s a possibility that the price listed on NYCE site is Canadian dollars though, since they’re a Canadian company. While the exchange rate isn’t really too far off, the US$ price vs CA$ price is usually different though.
If Lowes does get these I’ll be first in line for sure, especially at $30.
Yes, our bad on the early website posting.
We have been working with the SmartThings team for a while and our devices will be available this summer.
We will be coordinating a release together explaining where to purchase and pricing.
The motion sensors are occupancy sensors only, meaning no pet aware or sensitivity settings currently.
This feature may be added in our next generation products, if their is sufficient consumer demand.
Please be aware that while our sensor products are HA1.2 compatible, some aspects of our ZigBee sensors may be tailored to be specific to the ecosystem they are intended for.
We cannot guarantee that our sensor products intended for the Control4 or Lowe’s systems will work properly with SmartThings hubs.
We will be coordinating a release together with SmartThings to explain where to purchase products, to insure proper interoperability, and product pricing.
NYCE, do your door sensors only work with the magnet or can they connect (wire) to external contacts?
Some sensors have terminals inside allowing wires connecting to an external contact/sensor.
Our 3011 door/window sensors are designed to work only with external magnets.
On our roadmap is a 3012 device that will take external inputs.
Great to hear there will be an external sensor version.
Has anyone tried the NYCE tilt sensor since it hit the Lowe’s shelves?
NYCE says it may not work with ST but we’ve seen other Iris items work with ST so its worth a try.
Any updates on this product being compatible with ST? I’m specifically looking at the tilt sensor to use on a mailbox door.
Yes, any update would be appreciated.
There is just ONE server side bug to iron out.
Also very excited about these devices!