I have placed sensors on my front gate and on my garage. I don’t know what the parts of the sensor are called but I will refer to the larger section as “Contol” and the smaller as “Contact.”
When installing the sensors one of the first things I noticed was how unstable the installation of the contact is. First, it’s installed on one of the thinnest sides and secondly, the two-sided tape is so thick that the sensor moves back and forth to easily. It’s only a small problem In my experience, I’ve discovered that Murphy’s Law is correct and that whatever can go wrong will. So I figured eventually the contact will fall off and get lost. When I moved into my home I remodeled my kitchen including a DIY tile job. I’ve done tile before with mud but this time I decided to try the new Tile Adhesive Mat and it was far easier and after 5 years is holding up as well as Mud. I kept the leftover mat which is basically the same thing as the two side tape used on the sensors only thinner so I decided to replace the piece on the contact both on the garage contact and the front gate. I also placed it on one of the widest sides of the contact and they are both working perfectly and stable. I just thought I’d share. I really home that Wyze will consider changing the “two-sided” tape to something more like the tile contact paper.