The Dock for Aeotec Water Sensor 6 is a pro-tool that dramatically enhances the most important features of Water Sensor 6. With Dock and Water Sensor 6 combined, your home is protected by the most advanced Z-Wave flood sensor available.
Monitor 2 areas
Connect 1 or 2 of the provided spot sensors to Dock to monitor for leaks up to 1 metre away from Water Sensor 6. Dock enhances Water Sensor 6 to be able to monitor 2 separate areas using the spot sensors. Each sensor is a probe that can monitor surfaces, including floors, up to 1 metre away from the installation location of the Dock. Only 0.1” thick, probes are perfect for remote monitoring and to monitor in exceptionally tight and hard to reach areas.
Monitor a whole area
You can’t always be sure where the leaks will happen. That’s particularly true when it comes water tanks and boilers. While they will leak, it’s impossible to know from where they’ll leak. But the Dock solves that. Simply connect a lasso sensor and encircle an object completely. Wherever the leak occurs, Water Sensor 6 will then detect it.
The Dock can be powered by mains electricity. Simply plug it into a power outlet using the provided USB cable and a 5VDC, 0.5A USB adapter; a common smartphone charger. Doing so means that Water Sensor 6 no longer needs to depend on batteries; you don’t even have to use them. But if you do, Water Sensor 6’s battery will be used as a backup battery that offers the same battery life as the sensor itself: 2 years. Plenty of time to get power restored to Dock.
Aeotec Water Sensor 6
The Aeotec Water Sensor 6 is a flood sensor, leak sensor, and safety sensor that helps you monitor and prevent damages in 3 expensive emergency events. The Aeotec's Water Sensor 6 - using Z-Wave Plus, silently monitor areas of your home at risk of water and then takes actions if the worst occurs.
Equipped with the three separate sensors, the Water Sensor 6 will make your smart home even smarter.
4 gold tipped water probes actively monitor for leaks and drips.
Tamper and emergency events are confirmed by an algorithm that includes vibration detection.
Crafted for heating management, an inbuilt temperature sensor can monitor temperatures between -20ºC and 100ºC (-4ºF to 212ºF).