Two Wyze Sense Hubs in one Home?

Am I able to configure two Sense Hubs in one home on the same network?

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Yes, you can connect multiple sense hubs on one network. At this time, you can only use one sense hub and location with the home monitoring service.

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So I can only connect one right now? Your reply is a bit confusing

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Bryan Buck
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You can have multiple hubs connected to a network at any time and you can use the sensors for rules/automations.
If you are using the Wyze home monitoring service, you can only connect one hub to the service. Only sensors paired to that hub will work with your home monitoring.
You can still have other hubs, but you can’t use them for home monitoring.

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ok thanks

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I purchased the HMS starter kit almost a year ago, and I just purchased another starter kit for more sensors. I’d like to use the hub as another sound output device when a door is opened since it seems like there are almost zero sound output devices available even though many of my Wyze devices have speakers. I’d also like to add on the extra 6 months to my current subscription.

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Not likely…the sensors are tied to the hub. So even if you manage to setup a second hub the sound for “Tunes” will only play on one.

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I want to have the hub chime on my second hub as well. Would be nice to have a way to do that even if it was a rule or something. (I have one hub upstairs and one downstairs.)

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I agree- it seems weird that more devices can’t be set up to chime when doors are opened or closed

I don’t know why you can’t pair them just like you would have sensor.

Like integrating the doorbell chime and other hubs? It seems they really didn’t think through the sense v2,