Try This: A Bathroom That Can Tell You it’s in Trouble

“I put a SmartThings Water Leak Sensor in my bathroom that turns the lights red if it detects water.”

Leaks! They’re a big hassle when you don’t catch them in time. We don’t think you should have to deal with that, so banish warped wood, ruined floors, and flooded basements with SmartThings Water Leak sensors, our app, and some connected lights.

  • Use the “Add Device” feature in the SmartThings app to pair a SmartThings Water Leak Sensor.
  • Use the “Add Device” feature in the SmartThings app to pair one or more connected lights from Philips Hue, LIFX or Osram.
  • Place the SmartThings Water Leak Sensor in your bathroom where it can easily detect a water leak or overflow.
  • Use the “Smart Home Monitor-Leaks” SmartApp in the Marketplace section of the SmartThings app to configure your connected lights to turn red if water is detected.

Need some Water Leak Sensors? Grab some here.

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  1. Very interesting blog…are you hear about Lighting automation..?


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