Aquanot Flood Alert Zoom

Aquanot Flood Alert

SKU:10-0763

Brand: Zoeller

Zoeller
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$19.75
/ each
$189.50 / box (10 units x $18.95)
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Specs

Power Method: 3 AAA Batteries
Features: On/Off Silence Switch
5' of Lead Wire
Warranty: 1-Year Limited Warranty

Description for Zoeller 10-0763

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High water alarm warns you when sensor contacts water.

Features

  • Operates on 3 AAA batteries
  • Low battery alarm designed into circuit board
  • Warns you when sensor contacts water
  • Loud intermittent horn rated at 103 +/- 3 db at 1 ft.
  • On/off silence switch
  • Stainless steel sensor contacts
  • Easy to install, portable & safe
  • Compact design (3 1/4" x 2 1/4")
  • No adjustments needed
  • Solid state electronic components
  • 5' of lead wire
  • 12 month limited warranty
  • AC power adapter capability, requires Class 2 transformer, input: 120 VAC/60 Hz, output: 4.5 VDC/150 mA, tip positive, type B plug (available at most electronic stores)
  • Flexible sensor wire allows this alert to be used in many applications
  • Alerts you of overflowing sump pump failure, toilets, dishwashers, broken pipes, air conditioning pans, bath tubs, laundry sinks, hot tubs and washing machines
  • For use in basements, bathrooms, kitchens, utility and laundry rooms

Aquanot Flood Alert

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4.7

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        4.0

        The Aquanot Flood Alert

        By Butch

        from Lewes, De.

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              Comments about Aquanot Flood Alert:

              I put a water collection pan under a water heater. I connected this pan to a drain line. As extra security I installed a Aquanot Flood Alert. I thought it was cheap insurance against water heater related water damage...

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              5.0

              Aquanot Flood Alert Is On Duty.

              By Butch

              from Lewes, De.

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                    Comments about Aquanot Flood Alert:

                    I installed this alarm in my water heater closet. The water sensor is located in the water collection pan under the water heater. If the water heater starts to leak I will know about it. This little thing screams loud when activated. Seems like cheap protection/warning to me.

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                    5.0

                    Easy to install

                    By Joe

                    from Cincinnati, OH

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                          Comments about Aquanot Flood Alert:

                          Easy to install and works great!

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                            Q:

                            I had a guy install a Zoeller M53 under my house with an alarm system. Is there a way to extend the wiring on the alarm? It's not long enough for me right now to put in the house where I want it to be. I would like to use the alarm that he provided but have a longer wire or extension.

                            Thank you,

                            Eric Sachs
                            Asked on 4/29/2014 by My Actual name: Eric Sachs from Blaine, WA

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                              A:

                              You could simply cut and splice a length of wire in and the alarm should
                              function as expected. The alarm works by simply closing the circuit so I
                              see no reason that will not work out well for you.

                              Answered on 4/29/2014 by Anonymous
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                            i have this alert and "chirping" sound started this morning. i assume the batteries need to be replaced . I replaced the batteries but i now have a loud audible alarm. Is there a reset that i need to perform
                            Asked on 4/30/2012 by Sully from Chicago Il

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                              A:

                              It did happened to me before. All I have to do is turn the unit off , let it resets  by itself for
                              about  one day and try to turn on the switch again.I hope this trick will work for you.

                              Answered on 4/30/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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