™ Hub Smart Garage ™ Hub Smart Garage Manual Manual For Android™ devices MYQ-G0301 • MYQ-G0301C MYQ-G0301D • MYQ-G0301LA by Before You Start To reduce the risk of SEVERE INJURY to persons: •DO NOT enable the MyQ® Smart Garage™ Hub if operating either one-piece or swinging doors. To be enabled ONLY on a sectional door. WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov Read instructions thoroughly BEFORE beginning. If using this product with residential door openers, this product must be used only with door openers manufactured after 1993 that utilize photoelectric sensors. The photoelectric sensors are always located on or near the bottom of the door track. Before you start, you MUST have… • A router with 2.4GHz Wi-Fi® frequency •Router’s security set to WPA2 (recommended) •Router configured with 802.11 B/G/N •Router within 50 ft. of MyQ Smart Garage Hub • Mobile device connected to your home Wi-Fi network • Home Wi-Fi network password • Latest version of MyQ App • Compatible garage door opener (see Compatible Garage Door Openers on page 20) • Locate program or learn button on the garage door opener See Appendix on page 21 for a more detailed list of program or learn button locations. LED Program Button -2- Before You Start What’s in the Box MyQ Smart Wi-FiGarage Hub Hub Door Sensor Model MYQ-G0302 Door Sensor Blue Blue LED LED Green Green LED LED Red LED Yellow LED Yellow LED Light Test Test Button Button PowerAdapter Adapter Power FasteningStrips Strips for for Fastening DoorSensor Sensor Door Mounting bracket bracket Mounting Hardware forfor Hardware Door Sensor Door Sensor (5/32" xx 3/4" (5/32” 3/4”screws) screws) Hardware forHub Hardware for Wi-Fi MyQ Smart Garage Hub (5/32" x 1-1/2" screws) (5/32” x 1-1/2” screws) Warning Label Warning Label (notshown) shown) (not Tools Needed: Drill, 5/32" Drill Bit, Screwdriver, Ladder -3- Wireless Setup and Installation Step 1: Check your Wi-Fi signal Make sure your mobile device is connected to your Wi-Fi network. Hold the mobile device near where you plan to install the MyQ Smart Garage Hub. MyQ Smart Garage (mounting area) Hub mounting area If you see: Wi-Fi signal is strong. You’re all set! Proceed to next step. Wi-Fi signal is weak. The MyQ Smart Garage Hub may not connect to your Wi-Fi network. If it doesn’t connect, try one of the options below. No Wi-Fi signal. Try one of the following: • Move your router closer to the garage to minimize interference from walls and other objects. • Buy a Wi-Fi range extender. To watch a video on How to test your Wi-Fi Signal Strength before setting up your MyQ® product, go to youtu.be/_Ow1wVF-7AU -4- Wireless Setup and Installation Step 2: Install door sensor 1. 2. 3. Remove the pull tab from the door sensor to activate the battery. Test the door sensor by pushing the test button and confirming the LED on the door sensor blinks. If the LED on the door sensor does not blink, see Troubleshooting on page 16. Install the door sensor on the top panel of the garage door using the fastening strips or provided hardware. Door Sensor “TOP” MUST always face UP LED Test Button Fastening Strips OR OR Screws Press IMPORTANT: Door sensor MUST be installed to read “myQ” lettering right side up. Step 3: Download the MyQ® App If you already have the MyQ App, verify you have the latest version. To confirm you have the latest version of the app, go to Google PlayTM store and search for the Chamberlain MyQ App. If you see Update, tap Update. -5- CR2450 Battery Wireless Setup and Installation If you have already registered an account, skip this step and login. Step 4: Create and Register your MyQ Account 1. Open the MyQ App and tap Sign Up. 2.Enter first name, last name, valid email address, and password (twice), country, and zip code. NOTES: • Check email address for errors. • Use a valid email address you can access. •If the email address you are attempting to use is already in the system, you will receive an error message. •If necessary, tap Forgot Password to retrieve the password for that email and login. See Troubleshooting on page 16. 3.Tap Submit in top right hand corner. 4.Verify your email address. An email will be sent to the email address you provided. 5.Open the email from Chamberlain support and tap the link to verify your email. The MyQ App will open, verifying registration of email address was successful. NOTE: If you didn’t receive an email, check the Junk or Spam filter. 6.Tap OK. 7. Enter your email address and password and tap Login. Congratulations! Registration of your account is now complete. -6- Wireless Setup and Installation Step 5: Power up the MyQ Smart Garage Hub Find a convenient location and plug in the MyQ Smart Garage Hub. Wait for the blue LED to blink. Blue BlueLED LEDblinks blinks If blue LED is not blinking: Unplug and plug back in. MyQ Smart Garage Hub If the blue LED still does not blink reset to factory default: 1.Press and hold the Settings button until the blue LED blinks (about 10 seconds) then release. 2.Press and hold Settings button again until the MyQ Smart Garage Hub beeps. IMPORTANT NOTE: Resetting the MyQ Smart Garage Hub to factory default erases the Wi-Fi settings, erases door sensors, and removes the MyQ Smart Garage Hub from the MyQ account. Settings Button Step 6: Login to MyQ App Enter the email and password you used to register account and tap Login. TIP: Select Remember Me if you want the MyQ App to remember your email address and password. You can change the security settings within the MyQ App by tapping the menu bar in top-left corner and then name on bottom-left to access settings. -7- Wireless Setup and Installation Step 7: Connect to the Wi-Fi Network In the MyQ App: 1.Tap Add a Device or tap “+”. 2. Tap “MyQ-nnn” under Discoverable Devices. 3.Tap YES to connect your MyQ Smart Garage Hub to your Wi-Fi network. -8- Wireless Setup and Installation Step 7: Connect to the Wi-Fi Network continued 4.Select your home Wi-Fi network from the list. 5.Enter your home Wi-Fi network password and tap Connect. Wait for the solid green LED on MyQ Smart Garage Hub. This can take up to 2 minutes. Result: LED is solid green. NOTE: If the LED is not solid green, see Troubleshooting on page 16. 6.Enter a name for your MyQ Smart Garage Hub and tap Save. -9- Wireless Setup and Installation Step 8: Add New Device Now that your MyQ Smart Garage Hub is connected to your home Wi-Fi network, the next steps will guide you through the process of pairing your garage door opener to your MyQ Smart Garage hub. TIP: A device is any MyQ accessory that can be paired with your MyQ Smart Garage hub for monitoring and control. This includes MyQ Lighting accessories and an add-on door sensor that expands your MyQ functionality to a second garage door. The following steps are to add a garage door opener. 1.Select Garage Door Opener. 2.Tap Yes when asked if you’re using a door sensor. 3.Locate test button on door sensor. In the MyQ App tap Next. 4.Press and release the test button on the door sensor. Door Sensor Red LED Test Button The MyQ Smart Garage Hub will beep and the light will flash. Light - 10 - MyQ Smart Garage Hub Wireless Setup and Installation Step 8: Add New Device continued NOTE: You will need the brand and model located on motor head of your garage door opener. The following steps will activate your garage door opener. Make sure your garage door is clear. 5. In the MyQ App select Opener > Brand/Model of garage door opener. Tap Tap here to select and select your garage door opener from drop down list. If prompted, choose the color of the program button from the drop down list. 6.Tap Program Door Opener then tap Continue. - 11 - Wireless Setup and Installation Step 8: Add New Device continued See Appendix on page 21 for location of program or learn buttons. 7.On your garage door opener - press and release the program or learn button. NOTE: Pressing the learn button for too long will reset your garage door opener and cancel your existing connections to your garage door transmitters and/or your vehicle’s HomeLink. 8.In MyQ App, tap I have pressed the Program Button. LED Program Button Result: Door should move. If the door moves go to next step. If the door doesn’t move, the MyQ App will prompt you to try again. If you’re still unsuccessful, see Troubleshooting on page 17. 9.When the garage door opener is programmed, in the MyQ App you will be prompted to enter a name for the garage door opener and tap Next. - 12 - Wireless Setup and Installation Step 9: Mount the MyQ Smart Garage Hub •Install the MyQ Smart Garage Hub on the ceiling 4-6 feet from the garage door opener. 1. Use the MyQ Smart Garage Hub bracket as a template to drill 5/32" pilot holes. 2. Attach the bracket. 3. Slide the MyQ Smart Garage Hub onto the bracket. •Plug it in and confirm the green LED turns on solid. If LED does not turn on within 2 minutes, see Troubleshooting on page 16. The MyQ Smart Garage Hub light MUST be visible if you’re standing in the doorway of the garage. MyQ Smart Garage Hub Light TIP: Wrap excess power adapter cable around the mounting bracket. Door Control Warning Label Step 10: Apply Warning Label • Attach the warning label to the wall next to the door control. - 13 - Operation ALWAYS keep garage door in sight and away from people and objects until completely closed. NO ONE SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF THE MOVING DOOR. To open and close your garage door from the MyQ App, tap the garage door icon from the Devices screen then Tap OPEN DOOR or CLOSE DOOR. This screen also displays the length of time since your garage door opened or closed. When closing your garage door from the MyQ App, your MyQ Smart Garage Hub will beep and the MyQ Smart Garage Hub light will flash as a safety alert. Caution should be taken around the moving door. In the Devices screen, you can see up to four devices. NOTES: •The MyQ Smart Garage Hub can be associated to one MyQ account only. •You can connect up to 2 door sensors and up to 16 MyQ accessories. Getting Started Your new MyQ Smart Garage Hub was designed to deliver peace of mind by allowing you to always know the status of your garage door and by providing control of your garage door from anywhere. Menu Button The following MyQ functionality allows you to get the most out of your new system: ALERTS Alerts can send you a push notification and/or email when a MyQ device changes state (garage door opens, remote light turns on, etc.) SCHEDULES Schedules program your device to activate at specified days and times and can also be programmed to send push notifications to your phone and email when the schedule has run. PARTNERS MyQ integrates with a number of other technologies to link with your existing Smart Home products. For the most up to date list of MyQ partners, please visit www.chamberlain.com/myqpartners You can view more devices by scrolling through the view types in the top right corner. See all available features by tapping the Menu button. - 14 - Maintenance Test TIP: Test your door sensor every 6 months or if the MyQ system is not working as expected. • To test for a low battery: Press and release the test button on the door sensor, The LED on the door sensor should blink the MyQ Smart Garage Hub should beep. Wait 5-10 seconds, then repeat this test 5 more times (wait 5-10 seconds between each test). If the LED doesn’t blink or the MyQ Smart Garage Hub doesn’t beep with each press, replace the battery in the door sensor. Use a 3V Lithium battery size CR2450. To prevent possible SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH: •NEVER allow small children near batteries. •If battery is swallowed, immediately notify doctor. To reduce risk of fire, explosion or chemical burn: •Replace ONLY with 3V CR2450 coin batteries. •Do NOT recharge, disassemble, heat above 212°F (100°C) or incinerate. Battery Dispose of batteries properly. Replace ONLY with 3V CR2450 coin batteries. Screws Press CR2450 Battery - 15 - No Wi-Fi signal. Try one of the following: Move your router closer to the garage to minimize interference from walls and other objects Troubleshooting Buy a Wi-Fi range extender l l Towatch watchavideos how to install the MyQ Smart Garage Hub, go to videos. To video, on go to youtu.be/_Ow1wVF-7AU. When I press the test button in the door sensor, why doesn’t the red LED blink? 1. Make sure you remove the pull tab from the door sensor. 2. Open the door sensor by pressing the button on the bottom and pulling the front cover off. 3.Slide the battery out to make sure that the pull tab didn’t break off under the battery or that there is no residue on the battery. After you confirm put the battery back in. 4.Close the door sensor and press the test button, if the LED still doesn’t come on replace the battery. If the LED blinks, install the door sensor to the top section of your garage door. The battery is a 3V Lithium battery size CR2450. Door sensor installation is on page 5. When I attempt to create an account, why do I get the error message “That username already exists. Check username or use another username. (201)”? Your email address was previously used to create a MyQ account. Click Forgot Password on the login screen of the MyQ App and a temporary password will be emailed to that email address. Once you log in you are ready to go through the -5Wireless Setup and Installation on page 7. When I attempt to connect my MyQ Smart Garage Hub to my Wi-Fi network, why don’t I get a solid green LED light? When attempting to connect to your Wi-Fi network the LED lights on your MyQ Smart Garage Hub will go through a sequence of LED light flashes before it goes solid green. Depending on what the LED lights do, indicates what type of troubleshooting that should be done. Check what the LED lights are doing and follow the steps indicated. Goes back to flashing •Verify your Wi-Fi password. Flashing blue and green •Power cycle your router. •Check Wi-Fi signal where the MyQ Smart Garage Hub is located (page 4). •Check router settings (page 2). •Clear the Wi-Fi settings on the MyQ Smart Garage Hub and reconnect to your Wi-Fi network. To clear the Wi-Fi settings: Press and hold the Settings button on the MyQ Smart Garage Hub until the blue LED blinks (about 10 seconds) then release. Then reconnect to Wi-Fi (page 8). - 16 - Troubleshooting When attempting to pair my garage door opener to the MyQ Smart Garage Hub, why doesn’t the door move? When you are not able to pair your garage door opener and MyQ Smart Garage Hub there are a couple things to check for. You need to confirm that you are adding a compatible garage door opener and that the door sensor is working properly. Unless specified, the Smart Garage Hub is compatible with the following brands of garage door openers manufactured after 1993 that utilize safety sensors. • Chamberlain, LiftMaster, Craftsman and other Chamberlain manufactured garage door openers • Wayne Dalton 372.5 MHz •Linear •Stanley • Genie/Overhead Door manufactured 1993-2015. Not compatible to openers manufactured after 2016 Once you have confirmed that your garage door opener is compatible, test your door sensor. Door sensor test: Press the test button on the door sensor. The MyQ Smart Garage Hub should beep and the red LED on the door sensor should blink. If it doesn’t, replace the battery. If it does, follow the steps to test for low battery. To test for a low battery: Press and release the test button on the door sensor, the MyQ Smart Garage Hub should beep. Wait 5-10 seconds, then repeat five more times. (Press, beep and wait…repeat). The MyQ Smart Garage Hub should beep with each press. (If you don’t wait 5 seconds you may not hear a beep.) If you don’t hear a beep with each press, replace the battery. The battery is a 3V Lithium battery size CR2450. Now that your door sensor is working, log back in the MyQ App to pair your garage door opener to the MyQ Smart Garage Hub. 1. Tap the +. 2. Tap the name of your MyQ Smart Garage Hub under Hubs. 3.Select Garage Door Opener. 4.Tap Yes that you are using a door sensor. 5. Locate the test button on the door sensor. 6. Press and release the test button on the door sensor, as directed by the MyQ App. 7.Select the Brand/Model of your garage door opener. If prompted choose the color of the program button on the garage door opener. 8. Tap Program Door Opener. 9. Read the warning in the MyQ App and tap Continue. 10.Press and release the program button on your garage door opener. In the MyQ App, tap I have pressed the program button. 11.Name the garage door opener and tap Submit in the upper right corner of the MyQ App. - 17 - Troubleshooting Error messages and how to resolve When I attempt to log into my account, I get the error The user is locked out. (207), how do I unlock my account? An account gets locked out when you have entered your password incorrectly too many times. Follow these steps to resolve. 1.Tap Forgot Password 2.Enter the email address you used to create the MyQ account. You will receive an email containing a new generic password. NOTE: If you didn’t receive an email, check the Junk or Spam filter. 3. Login to your MyQ account with your Account Email and the new generic password. NOTE: The new generic password remains valid until you change it. 4.Tap the Menu in top-left corner, select your name in bottom-left corner, and change your password to a specific and confidential password. When I attempt to add my serial number to my account, I get the error That device is on another user’s account. Unable to add (310), how do I resolve this issue? This error means that the MyQ Smart Garage Hub has been added to another MyQ account. To resolve this issue, you need to perform a factory default on the MyQ Smart Garage Hub (see below). Factory Default Setting the MyQ Smart Garage Hub back to factory default erases the Wi-Fi settings, erases door sensors, and removes the MyQ Smart Garage Hub from the MyQ account. Settings Button 1.Press and hold the Settings button until the blue LED blinks (about 10 seconds) then release. again until the MyQ Smart 2.Press and hold Settings button Garage Hub beeps. The MyQ Smart Garage Hub is set to factory default. NOTE: If LEDs on the MyQ Smart Garage Hub are blinking blue and green, you may need to unplug the router to erase the Wi-Fi settings or set to factory default. - 18 - Accessories PILCEV MyQ Remote Lamp Control Monitor and control this plug-in lamp switch with the MyQ App. WSLCEV MyQ Interior/Exterior Light Switch Monitor and control this wall light switch with the MyQ App. MYQ-G0302 MyQ Smart Garage Hub Add-on Door Sensor Monitor and control this door sensor with the MyQ App. The MyQ Smart Garage Hub supports a second sensor that can be installed on a second garage NOT COMPATIBLE MYQ-G0202 or 041D7924 Door Sensor - 19 - Appendix Compatible Garage Door Openers Unless specified, the MyQ Smart Garage Hub is compatible with the following brands of garage door openers manufactured after 1993 that utilize safety sensors. • Chamberlain, LiftMaster, Craftsman and other Chamberlain manufactured garage door openers • Wayne Dalton 372.5 MHz •Linear •Stanley • Genie/Overhead Door manufactured 1993-2015. Not compatible to openers manufactured after 2016 - 20 - Appendix Locate the Program or Learn Button Chamberlain Products - 21 - Appendix Locate the Program or Learn Button LiftMaster Products Yellow Program Button Purple Program Button Orange Program Button Green Program Button Overhead Door Products Learn Code Button - 22 - Appendix Locate the Program or Learn Button Genie Products For compatible Genie garage door openers, see Compatible Garage Door Openers on page 20. Learn Code Button Program Set Button - 23 - Appendix Locate the Program or Learn Button Linear Products Program Button Program Button Wayne Dalton Products Program SW Button - 24 - Appendix Locate the Program or Learn Button Stanley Products Program Button - 25 - Warranty Need Help? Go to: www.chamberlain.com/MyQSupport One Year Limited Warranty The Chamberlain Group, Inc. warrants to the first consumer purchaser of this product that it is free from defect in materials and/or workmanship for a period of 1 year from the date of purchase. Software Agreement Use of this product and the software embedded within the product is subject to the copyright notices, terms, and conditions available at: www.mychamberlain.com/agreement NOTICE: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules and Industry Canada’s license-exempt RSSs. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. This device must be installed to ensure a minimum 20 cm (8 in.) distance is maintained between users/bystanders and device. This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules and Industry Canada ICES standard. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Chamberlain, the Chamberlain logo, LiftMaster, MyQ® and the MyQ® logo are registered trademarks of The Chamberlain Group, Inc. Patents and patents pending. Android and Google are trademarks of Google Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Google Play and the Google Play logo are trademarks of Google Inc. Wi-Fi® is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance. Genie is a trademark of Overhead Door Corporation. 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