Unassuming and a breeze to install with no tools required, Eve Door & Window is powered by a long-lasting, replaceable battery and boasts truly wireless, energy-efficient operation thanks to Bluetooth Low Energy and Thread technology. With Eve Door & Window, enjoy cutting-edge convenience and everyday peace of mind.
Eve Door & Window is Thread-enabled.
Know the status of your door or window. Equip it to automatically control other HomeKit-enabled accessories throughout your home. And receive notifications while you’re on the go, courtesy of your ever-present home hub. With Eve Door & Window, enjoy cutting-edge convenience and everyday peace of mind.
Eve accessories ensure reliable operation independently of any bridges. Setup is quick and easy. Energy consumption is minimal. And accessory response time is snappy. Connect to them directly via Bluetooth – or automatically via Thread thanks to your HomePod mini.
- Check your door or window: See the current open/closed state at a glance
- Keep informed: Get activity notifications courtesy of your home hub (HomePod mini, HomePod, or Apple TV)
- Control other HomeKit-enabled accessories automatically
- View time and duration statistics to make smarter choices
- Truly wireless: Powered by a long-lasting, replaceable battery
- Get up and running in a flash with quick & easy set up and no need for a bridge or gateway/supports Bluetooth and Thread
- Apple HomeKit-enabled for outstanding ease of use and advanced security
- Enjoy the highest data privacy: No Eve cloud, no registration, no profiling
Requirements: iPhone or iPad with the latest version of iOS/iPadOS; controlling this HomeKit-enabled accessory automatically and away from home requires a HomePod or an Apple TV (4th generation or later) as a home hub; notifications away from home require a home hub
Power: 1x ½ AA (ER14250 3.6V) replaceable battery; Wireless Connection: Bluetooth Low Energy, Thread
Dimensions: 2.1 x 1.0 x 0.9 in ; 0.7 x 0.7 x 0.3 – 0-9 in
Double-check on the spot.
That all-important door, window, cabinet, or safety gate – don’t roam your home to confirm it’s shut. Just ask Siri or consult your iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch.
When did someone last crack open a window to let some fresh air in? And for how long? View detailed records about your home, and know at a glance what happened on any day, month, or year – and gain insights for a better indoor climate.
Know on the go.
Out and about? Your home hub (HomePod mini, HomePod, or Apple TV) will ensure you receive a notification even when out and about when anything equipped with Eve Door & Window is accessed.
Step inside the ideal scene.
Simply open your door and automatically activate your connected comforts – such as your mood lighting and media center – all at once.
Rule your home.
Refine scenes with rules to automate your home on your conditions. Have your hallway automatically illuminate upon entry, but only after sunset.
Command on demand
Set scenes in a flash via Siri, your Control Center, or Apple Watch. Easily engage accessories using the Home app on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. And to see concise records, gain insights, and enjoy full control of your connected home, look no further than the Eve app.
Excelente rango de alcanceExcelente rango de alcance y conexión
Muy recomendadoLo únicos sensores que he probado para ventanas y puertas, bastante funcionales. Incluye todo para que el sensor pueda detectar correctamente aún cuando no está bien cuadrada la puerta.
David Chan –
Great product but you won’t find a replacement battery in CanadaThese were great their first year as they came with a battery that lasted 10-12 months. Easy to setup & immediate notifications in HomeKit, but it quickly went downhill. The ER14250 battery is not readily available for purchase in brick and mortar stores in Vancouver, and my only option was via RV. I purchased three brands of this battery via RV and all arrived with no/minimal charge. I don’t know if they were old/heated/? but the end result is I cannot find a battery in Canada to allow these sensors to function. I now have three sensors that I cannot source a power supply. I wish Eve had not designed/engineered these with a rare battery choice.Update: I found ER14250 batteries from a local store that specializes in batteries and my sensors are working again. Hopefully these last ~10-12 months like the originals.
R. Gaddis –
Scares the boogers & wild critters away at night before Andy goes outsideAndy (9lb Shitzu) goes out back to the bathroom …that’s a good thing. Lots of training. We live in a rural area. A backyard excursion can encounter fox, cats, big cats, skunks…oh my. We added this contact sensor to our back door. When it opens, my Homekit routine turns on 5 separate lights to scare the boogers away. Andy pees safely…all is well. Routine turns off the lights after 10 minutes. Boogers return.
R.P. Mik –
Reliable & fast contact sensor trigger w/threadI’ve got HomePod Minis and Eve Energy devices so I’m using the Eve Door & Window with thread. They come with plenty of spacers to adjust the non-battery powered passive part of the contact sensor. So depending on your door or whatever, most people should find a way to make these work. The battery cover is hard to install and feels like you’re forcing it on — so I’m concerned that battery replacement might be frustrating. So try to be sure there’s a way to remove the active sensor from the battery door, which is done by sliding away the sensor body. Those are the only negative things I can say about these devices.Importantly, the both my Window and Door contact sensors already had the new Thread firmware (purchased in July 2021). So I did not need to upgrade their firmware.At first when I added an Eve contact sensor, it didn’t trigger automations reliably. So I rebooted all my Eve Energy and HomePod devices. Since then they’ve been working flawlessly, every time, and near instantly. I have one contact sensor that turns on the hallway lights when the closet doors are opened, and turns them off when closed. I have another sensor on a slider that we only open up to let fresh air in. So I set up an automation to put our Ecobee into away mode to keep the AC or heat from turning on when we have the windows open. They’ve been extremely fast, triggering within a second of opening or closing. By using the Eve app I can see that so far these contact sensor Thread end-points are relaying their activity to an Eve Energy thread router that is about 30-40 feet away with several walls. That’s impressive range and I’m surprised they’re not routing through closer HomePod Minis or NanoLeaf Essentials bulbs. I plan on buying more of these devices soon as I can think of more practical, life improving things to do with them 🙂
Works quickly Quick notification!Easy to install!Easy to set up!Clean presentation!
Works wellUsed it for a light automation in a walk-in closet. Easy to install, works great with HomeKit.
Great HomeKit integrationSuper easy to add to HomeKit, without forcing you to download another app. Working great so far!
Christopher pineda –
But pricey but worth it.I’ve had it for a few months and I haven’t had any issues. I have it connected by thread not Bluetooth. Battery is still 100% so thread is a good battery saver. You can see when the door/window was open and closed and for how long.I’d recommend just wish it was more affordable so I can buy more.
Kris Stoker –
Easy to setup and Thread compatible!Had all three installed in less than 15 minutes and connected to HomeKit! Thread makes it SUPER fast too!
CompatibilityI’m using these to turn on the lights in the closet when I open the door. It works perfectly with the Nanoleaf essential bulbs. Only complaint is it’s hard to get the back plate attached to the sensor. I’m a little worried about that when it comes time to change the battery.