Monnit ALTA Wireless Water Detection Puck Sensor
The ALTA Wireless Water Detection Puck Sensor from Monnit can be deployed to detect water breaches. The puck sensor is designed to simplify water intrusion monitoring in crawl spaces, sub-floor areas, basements and elevator shafts, and locations where water damage is a threat to valuable materials, machinery or electronics.
The product detects when water is present by completing the circuit between two probe points on the bottom of the puck sensor. The integrated magnetic power switch enables the sensor to be turned off when not in use, conserving battery life. The sensor can be set to detect either the presence or non-presence of water.
When water is present, the sensor will immediately trigger a text, email or call alert — based on user-defined settings. The data is stored in the iMonnit online system and can be reviewed and exported as a datasheet or graph.
The sensor is 7.62 x 2.54 cm, weighs 216 g and uses a 3.6 V 1200 mAh Lithium battery (non-replaceable, 12-year battery life). Security features include Encrypt-FF (256-bit key exchange and AES-128 CTR).
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