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GaragePro Driver Information

ManufacturerInnovo
ModelSee list
Driver NameGaragePro
Driver Version23.12.23.00
Document / Driver RevisionDecember 23, 2023
Core Min / Max Tested8.7.605/8.8.500

 

 

 

 

GaragePro Overview

Use the driver as an alternative solution for MyQ operated garages.  The solution offer local and cloud control.  Cloud is only needed to setup the device.  All these devices can operate without cloud access.

This driver can install Shelly 1, Shelly 1 Plus, Ratgdo using MQTT with the Magic Cube or Ratgdo using Native ESPHOME or a Tailwind device to control the garage. 

The driver installs an Input and Output components.  

Input is for sensor

Output is for trigger control

GaragePro Supported Features

THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS ARE SUPPORTED:

  • This driver can install Shelly 1, Shelly 1 Plus, Ratgdo using ESPHOME or Ratgdo Using MQTT or a Tailwind device to  control the garage. 
  • The driver installs an Input and Output components.  
  • Input is for sensor.
  • Output is for trigger control.

GaragePro Supported Devices

Shelly One

Shelly One Plus

Tailwind

Ratgdo Using ESPHOME

Ratgdo Using MQTT – Requires Magic Cube

GaragePro RedBox Setup

Programming Guide for RF Garage Door Opener.

 A. Program the Remote in the Red Box

  1. Confirm the Color of your Learn Button on the Garage Door.
  1. Open the Red Box using a screw driver.
  2. Power the Red Box with the provided power supply (12 V / 1 A or 12 V / 2 A)
  3. Press and Hold Button 2 and 3 together for about 3 seconds until the RED LED lights up and stays on.  This means the Remote is ready to program.

Note: To program the opener, we only use button 1 for the trigger.

  1. Click Button 1 according to the table below matching the color of your learn button.  For example if your learn button is Purple, Press Button 1 twice.
  1. After Pressing Button 1, press button 2 or 3 to confirm.   This will program the remote.

B. Program the Garage Door Opener

  1. Bring the Red Box close to the Garage Door Opener.
  2. Press the learn button on your garage door.  The garage door LED light should stay on
  1. Press Button 1 on the remote in the Red Box.  You should see the opener’s light flash twice or hear an audible confirmation (usually two clicks)

NOTE: After pressing the learn button, the LED usually stays on for 30 seconds.  After completing step 2, pressing the learn button a couple of more times will help complete the process.

GaragePro Device Configuration

Shelly Setup:

Wire the Shelly Plus 1 as follows.  If you garage door uses contact sensor you can connect the I/O directly to the garage door opener instead of a remote.

follow this setup and wire the Shelly device to for garage control

Final Assembly

You can make this yourself.  Parts list

  • 3D Case – Printed

Shelly 1L (Plus 1/2.5) box and lid for wiring by pjvenda | Download free STL model | Printables.com

follow this video to setup and wire the Shelly device to for garage control for reference only

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSrm6h7r-KE (Don’t flash the Shelly Relay, this is just for wiring reference)

Setup the Shelly Device using the following settings:

  • Under Timers, Check Auto Off after 1 second.  This will make the switch act like a momentary trigger.
  • Under Settings, make it switch and Detached.
  • Under Network and Internet: Enable RPC over UPD to 224.0.1.187:5683
  • Unser Settings, Set Device Name

GaragePro Driver Configuration

Installation Process

It is recommended that you follow the below installation process in order to ensure you are running the latest version of the [driver].

  • You can then add the driver to security as Trigger I/O and connect the input sensor to the input and output sensor to the output trigger.
  • TailWind will create 3 Doors, use only the doors you have setup.  TailWind will also create additional input sensor buttons for Door Lockout and if the Door is disabled. 

Or Create Custom Page

GaragePro Using the Driver

  • Add an interface to control the input and output sensors
  • Create the necessary controls