GAS Alert

Gas Alert

Great GAS Sensor + MySpool Smart Alerts

We took an advanced GAS Sensor and added our secret sauce: we made it into a Smart GAS Alert. Myspool GAS Alert gives you all the functionality of a first rate GAS Sensor: it detects explosive gases such as natural gas (methane) and LPG (propane). It sounds a loud alarm, has a display that shows detected gas concentration, and has been extensively tested.

MAILBOX Alert

MailboxMAILBOX Alert is a smart device inside your mailbox that sends out an alert when your mailbox is opened. That alert is a one time message, either via email or text, or both. Optionally, this device can also send you pushbullet notifications. MAILBOX Alert is configured to use your WiFi. The setup takes a few minutes with a smart phone or a laptop.

CALLME Button

CALLME Button

CALLME Button is a smart battery-operated hand-sized push button that can be used to summon help in an emergency. When pressed, a CALLME button will send an email or a text message, or both. CALLME button is configured to use your WiFi. The setup takes a few minutes with a smart phone or a laptop. Once the button has been setup, a few details need to be specified in the Alerts Portal. They include your email address and phone number.

WATER Alert

WaterWATER Alert is a smart device that sends out an alert when water is detected by its sensor. That alert is a message, either via email or text, or both. Optionally, this device can also send you pushbullet notifications. Alerts are repeated every 5 minutes until the sensor is dry. Water Alert is configured to use your WiFi. The setup takes a few minutes with a smart phone or a laptop.

How to determine MAILBOX Alert Device ID?

To detemine your device id, it needs to be placed in configuration mode. A brand new device will enter this mode when activated, either by pressing the Sensor button on the circuit board or by briefly separating sensor parts. (Note: a device will also enter configuration mode when cleared: press and hold the clear button and separate the sensor parts briefly, i.e. for a full second).