Wireless water detection sensor
Coin cell | AA | Industrial
There is a wide range of Spook wireless water sensors to choose from but Spook's water rope sensor is one of the most popular. The water detection rope uses two wires covered with conducting polymer to detect the presence of water or other fluids. When a fluid passes over the two internal wires a short circuit is detected and an alert is sent by OmniWatch.
The water sensor comes with a 10 foot long rope. This can be extended easily by clipping on additional lengths of interconnecting 10 foot sections up to a maximum of 100 feet.
Did you know?
Impure water conducts electricity whilst pure water does not. Impurities in water dissolve and separate into differently charged atoms called ions. Positive ions are attracted to a negative pole whereas negative ions are attracted to a positive pole and the end result is a closed circuit.
Electron transference in water molecules is called the Grotthuss mechanism named after the discoverer, a German chemist called Freiherr Christian Johann Dietrich Theodor von Grotthuss (Theodor Grotthuss).
Theodor Grotthuss (B: 20th January 1785 - D: 26th March 1822)
Potential uses for wireless water detection sensors
- Data centers/server rooms
- Document retention centers
- Basement/crawl spaces
- Plumbing leaks
- Storage units
- Boat bilges
- Hotel, motel and resorts
- Residential and commercial heaters
- Sinks/toilet/shower facilities
- Rest rooms
- Frozen or burst water pipes
- Reservoir levels
- Sump and wells
- Animal water stations/drinking points
- Office drinking points
- Coin cell
- Coin cell
Get in touch with Spook
Please contact us if you wish for further information on how Spook can help with your environmental and power monitoring needs.