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GoControl GD00Z Z-Wave Garage Door Controller - HomeSeer Store

GoControl GD00Z Z-Wave Garage Door Controller

  • $ 85.39



The Linear GD00Z Garage Door Opener Remote Controller accessory is compatible with virtually any automatic garage door opener connected to a sectional garage door. Installers only need to ‘pair’ the unit into the Gateway, mount the unit, connect two wires and plug it in. It is just that easy to have a complete system that will open or close the garage door remotely through a Z-Wave certified Gateway or Security Panel.

Main Features

  • May be used with HomeSeer (and other) systems to remotely monitor and control garage doors

Providing both audible and visual warnings prior to door movement, the GD00Z meets UL 325-2010 safety requirements. These built-in measures (in addition to the safety features that come with the garage door opener) make this a safe way to remotely open / close a garage door.

The Z-Wave Garage Door Opener Remote Controller accessory integrates with other Linear Z-Wave enabled products, and can also act as a wireless repeater to ensure that commands intended for another device in the network are received (useful when a device would otherwise be out of radio range).

Specifications

  • 120v/60hz White
  • Signal (Frequency): 908.42 MHz, 9.6Kbps or 40Kbps capable
  • Garage door position sensor frequency: 345 MHz

Downloads (Manuals / User Guides / Software)

What's Included

  • GD00Z Control Module
  • Garage Door Sensor
  • Mounting Hardware

Requirements

  • HS3 Compatible Only

Comments / Notes

Pairing Sensor with Main Unit

  • 1) If nothing happens, make sure the battery is in place correctly in the tilt sensor.
  • 2) Press and hold the pair button on the side of the unit for about 7 seconds. It will emit a short chirp.
  • 3) Release the button.
  • 4) Remove the back plate from the tilt switch to trigger the trouble button.
  • 5) A short chirp should be heard.
  • 6) If a short chirp is not heard, try pressing and releasing the trouble switch inside the tilt sensor.
  • If no chirp, then the tilt sensor is not working.

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