Our two-car garage has the same Chamberlain garage door opener in each bay operating the same style garage door.
My wife parks in one garage bay and the other door isn’t used very often as I park outside. Sense properly learned the garage door opener for the door my wife uses. I was doing some work yesterday that necessitated opening the other door. When I opened the other door Sense notified me that my wife’s garage door was on. I reported the device as “not on.” When I closed that door a few minutes later Sense did not say my wife’s garage door opener was running (good!).
I then wondered if I had made a mistake by reporting the device as not on. Am I expecting too much to be able to distinguish between two essentially identical devices? I’m sure they have subtle differences as each unit ages and the cycles counts between the two become more distant, but generally speaking they must have similar patterns.
Sense is still correctly telling us when her garage door opener is running. Should I expect Sense to outright ignore the other opener as a device or might it make another attempt at identifying it as something? I haven’t cycled that particular door any more since this initial interaction. Looking back I don’t think there’s any huge penalty to living with merging the two as one common “Garage Door Openers” device, but curious to hear what other people in a similar situation have ended up with.