mydlink Wi-Fi Water Sensor
Detect water leaks in your home before it’s too late.
|Product Description||Wi-Fi Water Sensor|
|Device Interfaces||802.11n/g wireless, Action button, Reset button|
|Wireless Frequency Range||2.4 GHz to 2.4835 GHz|
|Antennas||1 x internal antenna|
|Device Management||mydlink™ app|
|Power||2 x AA batteries|
|Dimensions||68 x 68 x 31 mm (2.68 x 2.68 x 1.22 in)|
|Weight||Device: 60 g ± 5 g (2.12 oz ± 0.18 oz), Probe: 17 g ± 5 g (0.60 oz ± 0.18 oz)|
|Certifications||FCC, IC, CE, NCC, RCM, RoHS|
Meet the mydlink
Wi-Fi Water Sensor
It alerts you when water is detected, letting you know of a leak before it becomes a disaster.
Why You Want It
Get a push notification when water is detected.
Audible alerts when water is detected.
Connects to your existing Wi-Fi router, no hub required.
Lasts up to 1.5 years on 2 AA batteries.
Screw mounting holes for easy placement.
Works with mydlink Smart Home devices and the Google Assistant1
How it Works
The built-in siren is perfect for alerting you to a leak when you're home. And if you are not at home, the mydlink Wi-Fi Water Sensor will send push notifications to your iOS or Android device.
Perfect for Detecting Water Leaks Near
No Leak Out of Reach
The DCH-S161 Wi-Fi Water Sensor is battery powered, and comes with a 1.8m (5.9 ft.) cable for easy placement anywhere in your house.
Under the kitchen sink, in the laundry room, water heater closet, the bathroom - wherever you've got a leak-prone area, the Wi-Fi Water Sensor fits right in for watertight peace of mind.
More Help Around The House
Make your home life easier by setting up home automation with mydlink™ combination actions. Turn a light on automatically when a flood is detected and send an alert to your mobile phone.
Create ‘recipes’ of actions, letting your smart home devices interact with each other to give you more control and help protect your property from floods.
Let your Google Assistant inform you when there's a water leak.
- Alexa service and the Google Assistant may not be available in all regions.