Water and Temperature Alert with Internet Outage Detection Service
Dual Sensor Water and Temperature Alert with Internet Outage Detection Service.
A corrosion resistant moisture sensor is paired with a high-quality waterproof temperature sensor. This temperature sensor can be operated in two modes. One mode sends alerts when temperature goes above or below your thresholds. And the second mode allows you to send data to a ThingSpeak channel for display and analysis. See here for directions on how to setup this free data channel.
The enclosure of the Water and Temperature Alert will support 300 lbs. You can step on it in the dark and not worry about destroying it. It is also more water resistant than a standard Water Alert enclosure. It has mounting holes for screws and a gasket to provide better protection to the smart electronics inside.
Water and Temperature Alert comes with an extra long 6 ft power cord and two hardened sensors: a water sensor with a 5 ft wire and a temperature sensor with a 3ft wire. High quality moisture sensor has a nickel plated surface for corrosion resistance. It is designed for multi use: just wipe it dry and use it again. High quality waterproof temperature sensor has a temperature range from -55°C to +125°C (-67°F to +257°F), with accuracy of 0.5°C over recommended range of -10°C to +85°C. All readings outside this range are ignored: -30°C to +105°C or -22°F to +221°F
This powerful combination of hardware sensors comes with MySpool Internet Outage Detection service which sends multiple status updates to MySpool cloud service per minute. If two or more are missed, the service sends an Internet OFF alert. Once internet connectivity is restored, an Internet ON alert is sent.
Both Internet ON and Internet OFF notifications are configured independently; both can be disabled if desired. All MySpool notification and monitoring services are free
Note: Water and Internet Outage alerts can be sent as a text message, email, pushover or any combination of the three. Temperature alerts are sent only as email or pushbullet notifications.