|Manufacturer||Remsol Europe S.L|
|Item Weight||13.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.1 x 4.3 x 4.3 inches|
|Item model number||02WNA102|
|Batteries||2 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Cutting Diameter||4.3 Inches|
|Included Components||Wi-Fi Standard PRO Garage Door Opener|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
|Assembled Diameter||4.3 Inches|
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ismartgate Pro Smart Wi-Fi Garage Door Opener Compatible with Apple HomeKit, Google Home, Amazon Alexa, Samsung SmartThings and IFTTT
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- Works with all garage door openers made after 1993 except with Chamberlain, Liftmaster, and Craftsman openers with Security+ 2. 0 technology
- For use on up to 3 doors
- Voice control and universal home integration—Apple HomeKit, Google Home, Echo, and IFTTT
- Creates its own Wi-Fi field for local use only
- can be connected to owner's Wi-Fi network
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THE ONLY SMART GARAGE DOOR CONTROLLER COMPATIBLE WITH MOST POPULAR SMART HOME PLATFORMS (NO EXTRA FEES - NO EXTRA HUB REQUIRED).
Remote Alerts & Control
ismartgate PRO garage allows you to remotely open and close up to THREE garage doors from anywhere from your smartphone, tablet, PC and Apple Watch. Receive alerts when door is open, closed or left open for more than 10 minutes.
You can even set alerts for garage temperature, to either open garage door when door is too hot or close the garage when too cold.
The PRO version includes the option to be installed with wired sensors, for commercial applications with several cycles per day.
Video Recording & Monitoring
ismartgate allows you to integrate any existing IP Camera to the system, for total control of multiple garage doors with ismartgate access app.
ismartgate will even record events in the garage and store up to 1GB of activity locally (not in the cloud) for your convenience and safety (about 7 days of activity in residential environments).
Check all recorded events anytime from anywhere from any device. Useful security feature when there is a theft or incident in the garage!
With the PRO version you can link up to three different IP Cameras to one device.
User Management & Calendar of Events
ismartgate system includes a user management feature that will allow you to grant, deny and modify access to different users from anywhere. You can restrict access by time (hourly), location (local or remote) and by door (only PRO version).
The ismartgate system does include a calendar of events as well, for you to check all activity in the garage and monitor who gets in and out and when.
Auto Open/Close via GPS
Use our free IFTTT applets to open and close your garage door automatically when coming and leaving home. Some advantages:
- No need to pull-up your phone or remote control.
- No need to wait in the drive-way for the door to open or close.
- Never wonder if you left your door open.
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I will get a life after this update, but my inner nerd has been really happy with how reliable this device has been for the past several months — when you use wired connections. (1) Connect it via Ethernet cable to a WiFi router. (2) Get the Gogogate 2 wired sensor to detect when your garage door is open or closed. It includes two wires that are plenty long enough to reach between your device and the door, assuming your garage is pretty standard. It’s easy to install when you follow the directions.
Anyway, my point is what someone else wrote in their review: wire everything. Even if you have strong WiFi, you will be more frustrated than if you use wires.
Turns out its wifi connection isn't so rock solid, long term. We have a strong wifi signal throughout the house, including the garage, but the iSmartGate would only have dial-up speeds some times, which meant occasionally it would show as "not responding" in the iOS Home app. And the settings would never load -- too much data over too weak of a connection.
The solution has been to connect it via ethernet cable (needs a USB adapter) to our Google Wifi puck thingy. Now it loads the settings via the iOS app quickly and, hopefully, it won't be incommunicado with HomeKit any more (although that was rare, and certainly not as often as the Insignia door controller I used to have).
I think the wifi component inside iSmartGate must be pretty cheap, so the hard-wired connection seems to be the way to go.
Still rock solid. It hasn’t missed a command once when approaching on foot or in-car via CarPlay, and it always reports the correct status. If you have an Insignia controller and are frustrated with its reliability, ditch it and get this. You won’t regret it.
Wow this has been rock solid — no dreaded “No Response”, like I often saw with my Insignia controller. And it works immediately when outside and beyond the WiFi range. The status is always correct in the Home app and the Home control center widget. Hoping it stays this reliable. 🤞
Just wanted to comment on the setup, in case it helps anyone. These are instructions for connecting to HomeKit using an iPhone.
It’s tricky if your phone uses the 5GHz band on your WiFi network — which is why I’m posting. This device only operates on the 2.4Ghz band, and your phone and this device need to be on the same band during setup — almost impossible if you have Google WiFi or Eero or something that chooses automatically for you and doesn’t let you manually switch bands.
After hours trying to get both devices on 2.4, I gave up and tried connecting the iSmartGate to a WiFi router via Ethernet (needs a USB adapter to fit into iSmartGate). That did it. My phone was still on the 5 band and it was able to add the device via the Home app quickly.
So if your phone is connected to the 5GHz band, don’t try to change that. Save yourself lots of frustration and just connect the iSmartGate to the internet via Ethernet. It’s a small pain, but far less pain than the alternative.
Just be sure to follow iSmartGate’s instructions carefully. You will probably need to reset it periodically if you’re struggling with the setup. Get a paper clip and push the tiny button on the back for about 10 seconds until you hear a sound; then let go. It will eventually reboot. You need the WiFi symbol to be blue to set it up. If it blinks red, you will need to use the paper clip to reset it.
I recommend doing the full setup and not stopping at the minimal HomeKit setup. There are videos online to help you with this. The full setup lets you adjust the beep volume and other things that HomeKit doesn’t.
Wish this device could use the 5GHz WiFi band for setup, but I suspect it’s either a cost-saving decision or a limitation of many smart devices to only use the 2.4 band.
Anyway, once it’s set up and configured to connect to your WiFi, pull out the Ethernet cable and it should connect wirelessly (green WiFi symbol says it has). You may need to pull out the power cord and put it back in to allow it to restart — but don’t use the paper clip to reset it.
So far it’s working reliably, which is why I bought this. I had an Insignia one, which was much easier to setup, but wasn’t particularly reliable. (I have strong WiFi in my garage.) Not great when you’re in bed at midnight and your garage says it’s wide open, when it actually isn’t. Even worse when you’re abroad and you get a false status like that.
Anyway, this review isn’t about the reliability of iSmartGate; it’s more about installation headaches and how to solve them. Wish it had been easier.
It took us very little time to install this, and installation was simple. The instructions were easy to follow.
I powered it up and configured it as directed. Configuration was problem free. I attached the sensors to the door as directed with no issues except I used screws instead of the sticky tape. When I installed it in the garage, I noticed that my home wifi extending into the garage was not that good. I should have check this before purchasing but . . . I was going to purchase another AIMeshed router but relocated one of the my existing AIMeshed routers about 5 feet and poof, 5 bars of signal.
If you have reliable wireless network, the Ismartgate works flawlessly. Another words, the Ismartgate is as reliable as your wireless network as it depends on this network. My doorbell buttons work as always before, but now I can use my phone to open and close and check the status from anywhere in the world, I can tell Alexa to open/close through IFTTT, or use Siri to open/close and tell me the status of the door. I can also tell Siri while in the car approaching the neighborhood to open/close the door. I tend to use Siri in the car and Alexa when I am home. I do not use Google Home so I will not comment on it.
Support was responsive and patience and always responded with 24 hours. I have gone through 2 firmware updates with no issues. I like the Ismartgate Pro as it worked as advertised and out of the box. This was the solution I was waiting on. I recommend it to others that are looking to adding intelligence to existing old, dumb garage door openers.