When you think about building a smart home with various "Internet of Things" devices like doorbells, thermostats,and connected devices, you may not often remember to lock your garage. But intelligent garage door openers are surprisingly handy. You can open and close the door remotely from anywhere, giving you peace of mind that you haven't left the door open all night, as you can see the status of the garage from your phone. At the moment you can optimize your garage cheaply. Amazon offers that Refoss Smart Wi-Fi garage door opener for $ 27This is a 45% discount off the usual list price of $ 49.
The Refoss opener is compatible with approximately 1,500 garage door models from 200 manufacturers, including Chamberlain, LiftMaster, Craftman, Genie and Stanley. In fact, you can now test your garage door opener to make sure it works. Simply use a pair of pliers to temporarily connect the wall button clamps of the door opener (you may need to read the operating instructions for the opener). If the garage door opens or closes, it definitely works with the RSG100.
The RSG100 is also a standalone device – no connection to a smart home hub is required. However, it can be controlled via a mobile app or via Alexa or Google Assistant. Once set up, it controls the garage remotely, shows the door status and even shows you the history of when the door was opened and closed. A smart garage door opener may be one of the luxury items for smart homes that doesn't make sense with a controller price of $ 100 or more. At $ 27, however, this is the lowest price we've ever seen for this device and a smart buy.
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