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Recommendations for a Linux-friendly intelligent water leak detector (= water alarm)?

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Recommendations for a Linux-friendly intelligent water leak detector (= water alarm)?

#1 Post by MX-16_fan » Fri Mar 02, 2018 11:28 am


I am currently looking for an intelligent water leak detector (water alarm).

IMHO the best design would include the following features:

1) Can go by rechargeable battery.
2) Can connect to your local WLAN.
3) Can send you an e-mail alarm all by itself (doesn't need any separate "SmartHome Central").
4) Can be configured and updated via browser-based backend.
5) Comes in an intrinsically safe case (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intrinsic_safety).
6) Is water-proof.
7) Has a reset button.

Has anyone of you ever seen anything like that on the market?

Greetings, Joe

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