The Mobeye WaterGuard Float Sensor is a battery-operated GSM water detector. This water monitoring unit can function autonomously by the built-in GSM module and batteries. The water float sensor detects the rising or falling of the water level and sends an alert to the preset telephone numbers. The GSM module sends an SMS text message, followed by a call (in order to be sure the message was not missed). A maximum of 5 numbers can be preset.
The Mobeye WaterGuard is available in two versions:
- CM2300: Mobeye WaterGuard with leakage sensor
- CM2300-FS: Mobeye WaterGuard with float sensor
The CM2300FS is equipped with a float sensor that is closed by the water. Alternatively is can be mounted in such a way that it will be opened by the water, or closed/opened by disappearing water. The sensor needs to be installed in horizontal position at the height where the water alarm should be evoked.
The CM2300 is equipped with a Mobeye leakage sensor. The pins make an electrical circuit as soon as they touch any water based liquid. The leakage sensor has - as the entire Mobeye WaterGuard - an extreme low power consumption and is fed by the same set of batteries as the Mobeye WaterGuard.
Beside the water sensor another external sensor can be connected to the input (and in case of the leakage sensor, two) ; the inputs can be set as ''Normally Closed' or 'Normally Open'. Any dry contact (make/break) is suitable.
Although the Mobeye WaterGuard Float Sensor has been developed for an extreme low power consumption and functions more than a year on a set of batteries, it is possible to use an external power supply. Via a (regulated 500mA) net adapter the module can be fed by the main net. Upon power failure the batteries take over its functioning. A power failure alarm could be sent by SMS message as well.
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The user places a SIM card of any telecom provider in the integrated GSM module. Mobeye advises to use a 'contract card'. Pre-paid cards are accepted as well, but the user needs to be alert for the credit and validity.