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FIBARO Z-Wave Flood Sensor

FIBARO Z-Wave Flood Sensor

Fibaro

  • $13100


Product Details

The Fibaro Flood Sensor is a universal, Z-Wave compatible, flood and temperature sensor. The Device can be battery powered (ca. 2 years battery life) or VDC powered (12 or 24 
VDC).

The Flood alarm is sent to the Z-Wave network devices or additionally to any alarm system controller, through opening a NC contact. 

The device has built in temperature sensor, monitoring temperature of e.g. floor. Fibaro Flood Sensor is designed to be placed on the floor or on a wall with a flood 
sensor probe extended by connected wire. The device has built in LED indicator and acoustic alarm. In addition, the sensor is equipped with a tilt sensor reporting 
tilt or movement to the main controller e.g. when someone has taken the Sensor from its original location. LED diode signals flood, operating mode or the Z-Wave 
network communication range. Fibaro Flood Sensor is sink-proof, which means it drifts on the water surface and keeps on sending alarm signal in case of 
substantial inundation of water.

  • Compatible with any Z-Wave network controller,
  • May be connected to any alarm system (potential free output terminal),
  • Extremely easy installation - simply put on a surface prone to flooding,
  • May be installed anywhere - flood sensor’s contacts extended with a wire,
  • Battery or VDC powered. When connected to an external, VDC power source, the 
  • Battery serves as an emergency power source, 
  • Theft protection - tilt is reported to the Z-Wave network or alarm system’s main controller,
  • Two operating modes - flood / temperature sensor or just a temperature sensor.
 
Product Name  Flood Sensor
Battery Type  CR123A
Operation Range 30m
Power 12 - 24 VDC (optional)
Radio frequency 921.42 MHz (AU/NZ Z-Wave)
Power Consumption 0,4W
Operation temperature 0 - 40C*
Measured temperature range -20 to 100C
Temperature measuring accuracy 0,5 C
Housing ABS
Size (Diameter x Height) 72 x 28 mm

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