Zooz Z-Wave Plus 700 Series XS Tilt | Shock Sensor ZSE43

$24.95 $28.95

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Z-Wave Frequency & Product Condition (See full condition details below)

Enhanced Security

The Zooz ZSE40 is a Z-Wave Plus certified device

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Tilt monitoring for garage doors and gates: quick open/close reports you can depend on sent to your Z-Wave system for both vertical and horizontal tilt movement (NOT suitable for swinging gates or doors)
  • Shock sensor: monitor window glass and other surfaces for vibration to improve security of your home
  • Extra small: perfect for discreet unobtrusive installation
  • Safety coat: rubber oil protects against corrosion and water leak damage
  • New 700 series Z-Wave chip: more range (you'll need it in the garage!), faster reports, more stable connection
  • Outdoor use: use the dedicated waterproof cover case (sold separately) to install the sensor outside if needed
  • Runs on a single CR2032 battery (Energizer, Panasonic, or Maxell recommended. Do NOT use Duracell batteries due to the extra bitter coating that prevents contact.)
  • Equipped with SmartStart for extra secure inclusion
  •  CHECK HUB COMPATIBILITY BEFORE BUYING (DOESN'T WORK WITH ALARM PANELS) 
  • 5-year warranty and lifetime tech support
  • Check out ZSE43 Frequently Asked Questions

    NOTE: Z-Wave gateway controller required - sold separately. You need a security enabled controller to take full advantage of the product.

    PRODUCT CONDITION

    We may have this product available in open box, refurbished, or used condition - just check the variant buttons under the product price for availability. All of our recycled inventory has been tested for both manual and Z-Wave control and is fully functional at the time of shipment. Here is what you can expect when ordering your device:

    • NEW: brand new product, as delivered by the factory
    • OPEN BOX: like new item in excellent condition, it may come in partially damaged or not original packaging; all accessories included; hardware and firmware version may be different than the brand new device description
    • REFURBISHED: good condition, may show slight signs of wear, may not include all accessories (like product manual, battery may not be full, etc); hardware and firmware version may be different than the brand new device description
    • USED (FINAL SALE): used condition, may show signs of wear, may not include accessories (like product manual, batteries, or mounting hardware) or parts of the packaging; may show signs of wear like scratches; FINAL SALE: not eligible for return, replacement, or warranty service; hardware and firmware version may be different than the brand new device description

    Z-WAVE FREQUENCY

    This product is available in different Z-Wave frequencies so please make sure you choose the correct region before checking out. You need to select the same frequency / region as your hub when buying Z-Wave devices for them to include to your system. If you're not sure which frequency your hub operates on, please contact your solution provider first. Here is what each option stands for:

    • US/CA/MX: 908.42 MHz (used primarily in US, Canada, and Mexico, the default option for all products)
    • EU/UK: 868.42 MHz (used primarily in Europe)
    • AU/NZ: 921.4 MHz (used primarily in Australia and New Zealand) 

    How It Works

    Monitor your garage doors for the peace of mind you always wanted. Pair your sensor with the Zooz MultiRelay for a complete smart garage door solution. Always know what's happening on the main entry points to your home.

    Watch for vibration on your window glass, sliding doors, and other surfaces to take action when needed. Set alerts for when you're not around so that you're quickly notified of any unusual activity.

    This sensor features the highest Z-Wave security level and is backed by a 5-year manufacturer warranty which makes it a safe choice for your smart home monitoring needs.

    Installation

    To add the XS Tilt | Shock Sensor to your Z-Wave network:

    1. Use the included triangle tool to carefully open the sensor’s cover and access the battery. Pull the tab from under the battery to activate the sensor. Don’t close the cover just yet. The LED indicator will start blinking for around 10 seconds once the
    sensor is powered.
    2. Bring the sensor to the location where you plan to mount it at.
    3. Put your Z-Wave hub into inclusion/pairing mode.
    4. Scan the QR code or enter the PIN code located inside of the battery cover if your hub supports SmartStart S2 inclusion.
    5. Click the Z-Wave button on the sensor 3 TIMES QUICKLY. The LED indicator will flash quickly.
    6. A new open/close and vibration sensor will appear on your controller’s device list.

    After successfully including the sensor into your Z-Wave network, use the supplied adhesive tape to mount it.

    If installing the sensor outdoors, please make sure to insert the sensor to the waterproof case (sold separately) and mount the case using the supplied mounting screws.

    GET THE WATERPROOF CASE HERE:

    Waterproof case for the Zooz 700 Series Z-Wave Plus Open | Close Sensor

    WORKS WITH

    NOTE: If you don't see your Z-Wave controller on the list above, please contact us before you purchase this product.

    SPECIFICATIONS

      • Z-Wave Frequency: 908.42 MHz (US, CA, MX) / 921.4 MHz (AU, NZ) / 868.42 MHz (EU) - choose your region before adding this product to cart
      • Z-Wave Chip: 700 series
      • Power: 1 CR2032 battery (included)
      • Wireless Range: Up to 130 feet line of sight
      • Operating Temperature: 32° – 104° F
      • Dimensions: 1.9” x 1” x 0.3”
      • Installation: Indoor or outdoor use with waterproof case (sold separately)

    RESOURCES 

    Zooz Z-Wave Plus 700 Series XS Tilt | Shock Sensor ZSE43 User Manual (PDF)

    ZSE43 Frequently Asked Questions

    Advanced Settings

    Support Portal

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 16 reviews
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    xiao
    perfect for garage doors

    I got this for garage door opener sensor.
    can't believe how light and small it is but it works perfectly. pair with HA can see history and pair with the relay will make my dumb garage door finally smart!

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    Benjamin Burns
    garage door sensor

    I attached this to my garage car door. This has been working great to monitor when the garage door is open or closed.

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    Bad habits
    Initially frustrated, now satisfied

    I had issues similar to others - paired fine, in the house near controller, but on garage door it dropped signal. Finally realized it was not the z wave network signal, but instead the proximity to the metal of the garage door. Simple fix: grab a plastic takeout container (4 inches tall worked), screw the lid into garage door, connect base to lid, and attach sensor to base. This small standoff made the sensor quite reliable and fixed connection issues.

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    Ilya
    Very useful to monitor if I forgot to close my garage door

    I have a simple "dumb" garage door opener and sometimes I forget if I closed my garage door for the night or not. I can, of course, point a camera to the door and check it this way, but this inexpensive sensor helps making it a little less cumbersome.
    It takes some experimenting to find a good position on a door for it to show "open" even if the door is just a few inches up, but once properly set up and mounted, it works flawlessly.
    I deducted one star because it looks like the vibration sensing capability (at least in my sensor) is pretty spotty - I had it randomly showing vibrations even with door closed, no wind outside and no sources of possible external vibration. However this does not impact my use case at all as I only needed tilt sensing, thus I am pretty happy overall.

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    Alex
    Give this one a miss

    I had two of these that had intermittent signal problems in an area flooded with signal. My discussion with Zooz support (lifetime support!) felt very much like them trying to prove that my configuration was wrong or that I didn't know what I was doing. After about 10 email exchanges I gave up - no amount of evidence was going to persuade them these are just not very good. Ecolink's seems fine.

    We're sorry to hear about the issues you experienced! The environment where a battery powered Z-Wave device is installed can influence the signal strength (locations where there are a lot of metal or glass elements, thick walls, etc.). We are glad to hear that another brand works well for your set-up.