|Product Dimensions||5.89 x 4.19 x 2.01 cm; 49.9 Grams|
|Item Model Number||GP-U999SJVLCAA|
|Batteries||1 CR2 batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Size||Accessory to Smart Things Hub|
|Style||Water Leak Sensor|
|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium|
|Item Weight||49.9 g|
Samsung SmartThings GP-U999SJVLAAA Door & Window Multipurpose Sensor, GP-U999SJVLCAA
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
|Model name||Smart Things|
|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Unit count||1 count|
About this item
- Leaking & Flooding Protection: Place the SmartThings Water Leak Sensor under sinks, refrigerators, washing machines, and more to detect excess water or moisture and receive immediate alerts on your phone
- Temperature Monitoring: The sensor also monitors temperature, requiring a 32 to 104 degree operating temperature; You can choose from light up or siren alerts when abnormal moisture or temperatures are detected in sensitive areas
- Avoid Potential Damage: You can program your connected smart devices to shut down electronics automatically to prevent electrocution and damage to your home from water leaks and irregular temperatures
- Operating Requirements: Use with SmartThings Hub, SmartThings Wi Fi, or other compatible SmartThings devices (connected devices sold separately); This product is available in the U.S. only
- Included Components: Package includes battery, quick start guide, and health and safety guide. Comes with Samsung SmartThings 1 year limited; Battery range is 50 130 feet, depending on your home's construction; Intended for indoor use only.Access to User Manual: Please note that a PDF file of the SmartThings Water Leak Sensor user manual can be accessed under Technical Specification" in the product details section below
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REQUIRES: Smart Things Hub or compatible device with SmartThings Hub functionality and SmartThings app.
The SmartThings water leak sensor monitors moisture and water leaks to prevent flooding or other unexpected disasters. This sensor can also monitor temperature and give alerts through thermostats to give updates on the status of your smart home. Sudden rises or Falls in temperature can be recorded and viewed from the Samsung SmartThings water leak sensor on the SmartThings free mobile app.
Free SmartThings app requires Android (6.0 or later) or iOS (10.0 or later). this device is compatible with the SmartThings ADT security hub, but is not compatible with ADT professional monitoring services. Included: battery, quick-start guide, and health and safety guide. 1 year Samsung SmartThings limited warranty. Technical details: power: 1 x CR2 battery range: 50-130 feet depending on your home’s construction operating temperature: 32 to 104°f intended for indoor use only
Only available for use in the U.S.
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Out of the box, the Hub immediately found my Belkin Wemo lightswitches and motion sensor. What it didn't find was my Wemo Dimmer, Wemo Maker, or any of my TP-Link Kasa switches or plugs. However, I was able to add all of the additional pieces with help from the Smartthings Community.
My next step was to take the the rules from my existing automation server and write them into Smartthings. But again, I quickly ran into Smartthings' limitations. I'm not going to bother explaining it all, but in essence, things I can currently do with one rule would often require three different rules on Smartthings. Other functions can only be done if I install custom apps built by developers in the community. And some things just didn't seem possible without doing far more of my own programming than I'm interested in doing.
Also, for reasons I don't know, Samsung has two apps available: Smartthings Classic and Smartthings. You would think that all of the functionality in the Classic app would be available in the non-Classic version, but that's not the case. So, you have to have both apps on your phone. This means that every time the Hub goes offline (which seemed to be about once a day), I'd get two different notifications telling me as much, followed by two more notifications when it came back online.
I use a lot of Samsung products and think well of the company, but I feel like they're relying too much on the Smartthings community to develop features and functionality that should be available from the start.
Let me start by saying this product is absolute garbage, stay away! If a company as mature and as global as Samsung can not provide a provisioning process (set up) that is straight forward and actually works for the average consumer then then should not play in this arena!
I purchased a SmartThings Hub V3 so that I could add a few simple switches so I could automate my exterior lighting. I cannot even get the Hub to connect to my network. I have a basic home network that I have working with other various products such as Ring with no issue. I am unable to get the SmartThings hub to even connect to my network. Oddly enough the app shows the hub is connected, however the hub lights are still flashing red and green indicating that the set up process failed. Its really should not be this difficult folks, stay away!
Edit: With lots of help from the SmartThings forum, I was able to add all my devices, but it was a painstaking process involving thousands of lines of code (copy/pasted) and having to create developer accounts. Funny, I thought I had just paid Samsung to do this for me.