Description of Wireless Aqara Water Leak Sensor white for other countries
- Superb sensor. repeatedly warned. simple to link
- Small size; simple MiHome connection.
- Small sizes. The installation is really uncomplicated: 1. Establish a connection with the zigbee smart home system. 2. Place the sensor behind the toilet, under the sink in the bathroom, and under the kitchen sink respectively.
- The requirement to do periodic checks on the state of the battery charge, despite the fact that you can manually generate an alert when the battery is running low. I really hope it keeps up for at least another year.
- fantastic sensor without any issues, connected to the third Xiaomi gateway. Works perfectly!
- As of now, so nice!
- Tiny and condensed.
- The on/off switch is stupid. Very lightly pinched his finger.
- Attractive and elegant. Verified to perform properly when exposed to water before being permanently installed. Batteries can last up to two years without being swapped out. Compatible with Aqara and Apple Home Kit with little effort.
- Using the ZigBee protocol, it successfully connected to the Xiaomi Gateway 3. Very effective. I yanked myself to my feet at away. When water enters the smart home, Alice immediately begins screaming, and Gateway follows suit.
- When I first saw the sensor's button, I mistakenly thought it was activated by touching it. It came out that a firmer push was all that was required, and that the button could be pressed by bending the body slightly.
- simple connection, regulates all potential leak points within the unit, promptly notifies residents through text message in the event of a leak, and is relatively inexpensive.
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