Window contact as doorbell detector Result and general impression …
We hope the extensive window contact radio bell building instructions has made fun and animated to rebuild 🙂
In any case, we had a lot of fun making it again and the result is pretty good. We receive when ringing immediately a mail, which we see via IMAP really immediately and hear directly with a separate ringtone. In addition, we achieve via the modified Homematic window contact a visual signal by means of Homematic switch actuator and / or an acoustic signal by means of the Garden Quarkbox, which we will soon still present.
And the best for the end, because the cost of the Homematic Window contact, which we recently had tested here, is available as a kit including battery at just about 20 Euro or as a finished module at about 30 Euro and can be wonderfully integrated into the existing Homematic CCU2 Central. By the way, the battery lasts for a good 2 years depending on the conditions.
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