Home Security System with monitoring and 911 calls

I am not aware of anything that they’re doing with a 24 hour home monitoring type security system. But I can’t speak for Wyze because I am not a Wyze employee. We are hoping that they do a talk like they did last year where they told what the roadmap was for the year and what they planned on getting accomplished. obviously you have hiccups and things don’t go exactly to plan but it’d be nice to kind a know what they’re thinking they’re going to do this year.

I doubt it.

Wyze is a Do-It-Yourself monitoring company© :grin:

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I wish Wyze would make a security kit like the nest secure or the ring alarm.

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A security system of a sort. At a minimal a siren similar to what someone had did last year.

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Considering there is a Wyze contact sensor and motion detector why not expand the use of the product to Wyze Alarm system for monitoring with physical keypad for turn on/off as well to notifying authorities when needed. Thanks

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Plus a way to connect with the police department

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It would be nice if Wyze sold a security system. A system that would notify police if there was a break in, a home/away mode, and ability to control Wyze devices from a wall mounted tablet. It would cost $100-150 for the tablet that will be able to control the Wyze devices even without a subscription, and the security subscription would have good pricing (Ring’s is $10 a month). It would add a glass break detection feature to Wyze Cam, and vehicle detection to Wyze Cam Outdoor. The subscription would have the as mentioned home/away mode, ability to notify police of a break in, and fire/carbon monoxide notifications to the fire department(fire and carbon monoxide alerts to fire department would depend on Wyze Cam’s detection of the alarm) Those are the basic things I can think of right now, but add more in the replies if you want them!

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I’m new to this Community. The reason I’m posting is because it’s Prime Day. I just purchased the door lock from Wyze, and have been using the cameras, motion detectors, and door/window detectors.
I truly want to be able to have a Security System, and there’s an affordable one on Ring right now. It looks as if there had been one in development for Wyze but it hasn’t happened yet.
Is there any possible way to integrate my sensors and such with the Ring system, if I opt to purchase it? They use what appears to be similar sensors, which makes me hope to not purchase more if I can use the ones I have. If it takes using an Amazon device, just say which one? I have Echo in several places but none of the video ones.
So, if y’all aren’t going to have one anytime soon, would there be a way to make these work together?
Sorry if it’s a redundant request, or if it seems silly. I’m on disability and my income is low, so I don’t want to have to purchase 7 more sensors.
Thank you for any help!

Welcome to the Wyze community @lightingal!
Wyze will be launching a home monitoring service in 2021(no date set yet). More information here:


Looks as though there will be a Wyze Sense v2 as well.

They did mention this in the thermostat video, but they didn’t release too much about it yet.

I’ve been a big fan but the enthusiasm is wearing off. Is anyone bothered by this quote from the home monitoring information:

“While the current (v1) Wyze Sense sensors will work with Wyze Home Monitoring, the new sensors will provide users with a better, more reliable experience.”

I didn’t realize I was buying all these sensors and cameras and wasting time with support and set-up issues as a non-serious hobbyist project instead of a reliable sensor system. I was expecting these products and the software/firmware supporting them to grow and become “more reliable” as they got the kinks and bugs worked out. Well actually I was expecting them to be reliable from the beginning which they haven’t, requiring many hours of support, resetting up, replacing batteries, failing sensors… Am I missing something here, or has this been a toss away project while they create sensors for “real monitoring” for a real business? If that’s the case, I really object to being part of the experiment without WYZE being upfront about that. I also now don’t feel comfortable mixing the new reliable sensors to come with the old unreliable ones I have currently for monitoring. I also thought the goal was to get to a point where the customer was the monitor and get away from hardware/monitoring nightmares like ADT.