Smart Plug Outlet with High Water Level Sensor for Sump Pump
The Wasserstein Smart Plug provides additional assurance to your sump pump system. It gives you convenient control over the performance of your sump pump whether you are home or out through automatic notifications sent to your smartphone.
- No expensive hub or subscription needed
- Push notifications via our app
- Reliable detection
- Simple plug and play
How it works:
- Download and install the Wstein App from an app store.
- Connect your mobile device to your home Wi-Fi network, open the app and create a new Wstein Account.
- Plug the Smart Plug in and connect to the Wstein App.
- Set the pump volume in the Wstein App (refer to included manual), and install the High Water Level Sensor.
Functions and Features
Instant push notifications
With the Smart Plug, Avoid the hassle of physically checking up on leaks and flooding. You will promptly receive notifications and alerts on any dangerous water levels detected.
Our Smart Plug gives you real-time, accurate data. Reports include the daily pump cycle duration and daily pumped water amount.
No hidden charges
You don’t need a pricey hub or paid subscription to enjoy the functionality of this device. Just download the Wstein App, seamlessly connect your mobile device to your home Wi-Fi network, and actively prevent water damage at no extra cost.
No batteries are required for this Smart Plug unit. It is designed to directly plug into a wall outlet (AC 85-250V 50/60Hz).
Water Damage by Numbers
Costly water damage
The average cost of water damage and freezing is USD 10,234 in recent years. Around 14,000 people in the US experience water damage at home or at work each day, and 98% of basements experience water damage at some point.
Mold can grow rapidly
Once water damage has occurred, mold can develop in as little as 24 to 48 hours. Water damage and mold cost the insurance industry USD 2.5 billion per year and the average cost of a home water damage insurance claim is USD 6,959.
Minor leaks to major problems
Water leaks from homes in the US can exceed 1 trillion gallons in a year, which cost USD 1.5 billion. Equivalent to the annual water usage of Los Angeles, Chicago, and Miami combined! Individual leaks often seem tiny, but over time they can generate massive waste and damage.
|Package Dimensions||6.38 x 5.16 x 2.72 inches|
|Item Weight||7 ounces|
|Date First Available||March 27, 2020|