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HomeMatic system warns of leaks and water outlet empty, August 17, 2010 whether burst hoses porous seals discover, or overflowing bathtubs often affected WohnungsBesitzer and homeowners leaks or water leakage from pipes too late. Considerable damage, associated with expensive repairs to buildings and furniture are the result. Solves the problem of battery-powered HomeMatic wireless water sensor of the eQ-3 AG (www.eQ-3.de). When a water leak, the system responds immediately and promptly alerts the user. In combination with the BidCoS radio alarm centre or the HomeMatic central control unit, the home or apartment owner via sirens, speech, or the network (E-Mail, SMS, etc.) will be alerted.

So, the early warning can help to avoid damage to buildings in the approach. The inadvertent entry of water such as rain, burst washing machine hose or defects in the heating or air conditioning systems provides an often underappreciated for companies as well as for private households Danger potential dar. A short period in this way for example damaged not only IT components or electronic devices in the household, but increases the risk of fire. However, even small leaks in the kitchen, bathroom or basement can wreak great damage. The liquid outlet is not recognized in these places to mold growth may and may harmful consequences for the residents to. The radio water sensor eQ-3 monitors these potential sources of danger and warns in time leaks and water leakage from pipes and equipment.

Costly consequential damage can be prevented so quick localization of the problem. Recognized danger, danger averted monitored by electrodes, which are mounted on the bottom of the wireless water sensor. If liquid touches the sensors, an alarm is triggered via radio. Thus the system is an elementary part of securing buildings with valuables as well as electrical and electronic Plants. The device has two separate messelektroden and can distinguish between the appearance of moisture or a water level at least 1.5 mm high.

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