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Multiple Garage Doors

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  • P

    The 2nd and 3rd garage door sensors run exactly the same to the control module as the first, they are wired and plug into the other two ports on the module. I've had it on my garages for two weeks now and they work perfectly

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  • Paul S

    I guess that won't work for me then.  I have 3 garage doors.  Two doubles on the front, and a single on the back.  Since the garage is 4 stalls wide, by 2.5 stalls deep, there likely won't be enough cable.  If I understand correctly, all sensors have to go back to the main module, which means running the sensor cable quite a long ways.  Thanks for the answer!

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  • P

    It's really easy to extend them, there was plenty of extra cable when I did my install. Just contact them and they'll tell you how it's definitely worth it, wireless sensors sucked on my myQ hubb

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  • Ron Briggs

    For two doors,  running the wires up the center between the doors worked for me. Otherwise, if you run on the outside of both doors, its a problem connecting to the controller (you can't!) .   Perhaps Scott has some other solution for this and for three doors.

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  • Jeff V

    You could easily cut and splice in as much additional wire length as you need unless I'm misunderstanding  

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  • Ron Briggs

    I guess you are right! I never thought about cutting the wire and splicing in extra. I only thought about adding at the end--which has a proprietary connector for the controller which I didn't want to remove. But it is easier just to run between the two doors! Your suggestion would almost certainly be needed for three doors.

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