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#248526 29-Mar-2019 13:52
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What does everyone think of Wyze Sense? I am sure most of use here are familiar with Wyze Cam who have recently announced Wyze Sense. Frequency wise they are using their own protocol or something but would it be ok to use in NZ? I believe it uses 907.8-908.2 MHz

 

https://www.wyze.com/wyze-sense/

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlp5f5jJPSk


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  #2207729 30-Mar-2019 15:13
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bbcode same



Good question. Looks useful. What's the range?



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  #2234232 10-May-2019 08:42
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It’s available now to order. But the question is if it is ok to use them here in NZ? Frequency? Maybe someone from Vodafone or one of the other carriers can comment?

 
 
 
 


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  #2244069 23-May-2019 18:50
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It operates on 915mhz.

Just landed a Sense starter kit today.
Setup a breeze and the Motion Sensor seems to work well.


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  #2244157 23-May-2019 19:15
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Hi,

 

May I ask where you purchased it from?

 

Thanks.


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  #2244162 23-May-2019 19:31
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There is a pinned post at the top of this topic which answers the question on the frequency




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  #2244166 23-May-2019 19:44
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peejayw:

Hi,


May I ask where you purchased it from?


Thanks.



From Wyze via Youshop.

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  #2244174 23-May-2019 20:13
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Thanks for that but I fell at the first hurdle. They want a USA billing address :-(


 
 
 
 


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  #2244181 23-May-2019 20:16
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Register with you shop and you get a USA address!




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  #2244183 23-May-2019 20:20
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I have a Youshop address but can that be used as the billing address as well?


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  #2244184 23-May-2019 20:25
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I just used the You shop address and don't specify a different shipping address




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  #2244192 23-May-2019 20:54
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stuzz: It operates on 915mhz.

Just landed a Sense starter kit today.
Setup a breeze and the Motion Sensor seems to work well.


So no problem using it in NZ? I was holding off buying it as the fcc id website showed wrong frequency. Just checked spec sheet in wyze app and it does show 915MHz

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  #2245113 25-May-2019 07:01
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How much did Youshop charge to deliver?

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  #2245158 25-May-2019 08:09
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$NZ12.50




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stuzz: It operates on 915mhz.

Just landed a Sense starter kit today.
Setup a breeze and the Motion Sensor seems to work well.

 

 

 

Still going well? generally happy with them?


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  #2245249 25-May-2019 11:04
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peejayw:

 

Hi,

 

May I ask where you purchased it from?

 

Thanks.

 

 

Thy're back on Amazon with shipping to NZ as an option. But just the cameras and the Sense kit. You'll need to order direct from Wyze if you want more motions sensors or the contact sensors (pack of 4) 


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