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Domeha.com has Dome Z-Wave Water Valve Shut-Off + Dome Z-Wave Leak Sensor for $104.96 when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free. Thanks sama

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  1. Click here and add the Dome Z-Wave Water Valve Shut-Off to the cart
  2. Click here and add the Dome Z-Wave Leak Sensor to the cart
  3. Proceed to the cart and apply 30% off promo code 30offjuly
  4. The total should be $104.96 + Free Shipping
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The shut-off works on quarter-turn ball valves up to 1-1/2". Be sure to check the product pages for additional details and refer to the forum thread for discussion. -Corwin

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Dome home automation is providing a 30% off on their Z-Wave products, shipping is free if order is over$100 and no tax except for IL
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Use the coupon code 30offjuly for 30% off
Product has good reviews on Amazon


the water main shut-off valve is $69.99 (regular price $99.99)
z-wave-water-main-shut-off-valve [domeha.com]

z-wave-leak-sensor [domeha.com] is $34.97 (Regular price $49.97)

Total $104.97 shipped
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The absolute cheapest you can go, if you have enough related knowledge, would be to buy a bunch of ESP8266s, some water contact sensors (something like https://www.arrow.com/en/products...gy-limited ), some power supplies for the ESP8266s (if you get boards that already have a USB interface, they can be powered via usb power plugs for cheap… if you don't, they can also be powered by usb power plugs, but you'll need a step down regulator to 3.3v), and then use a library like ST_Anything [smartthings.com] (assuming your hub is smartthings).

Reliable, long life battery powered gets more complicated and you're better off just paying the price for a bunch of pre-built sensors that get good reviews if you're not comfortable coding a bit and experimenting. Not that it can't be done, but you'd need to know enough to re-code the MCU to go into a timed sleep state (not difficult by itself—or better yet, use a latching circuit or AT_TINY to interface the sensor and pull RST low) without interfering with how that library works, not to mention needing to add a heartbeat and battery monitor to the device.

The currently cheapest pre-built connected water sensor I'm aware of the is the Insteon one for about $20, which requires an Insteon hub. Most of the z-wave/wifi ones are $30ish at the cheapest. $34 is roughly a normal price. The Smartthings branded ones are currently $31.20 at smartthings.com with the 20% off in cart, or $31.99 at amazon, but honestly if you're buying in bulk you're probably better off waiting for a better sale on the detectors, if you're not going to make your own.


Anyway, in terms of the shut-off valve control, that's actually a really good deal. Most mechanized ball valves are expensive enough (you don't want to use a solenoid valve for your mains) that adding connectivity/etc would get you to this price anyway, and this just sits on your current one instead of requiring adding one in line with it (blahhhh) which is worth the price alone in terms of saving work.
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They also have a 30% "new Customer" deal where you give them your email and get a 30% coupon. I didn't know they had this product...or their mouser, so I'm going to say thanks for the deal because I didn't know about the product. But that said it seems to be a normal price/discount?
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They also have a 30% "new Customer" deal where you give them your email and get a 30% coupon. I didn't know they had this product...or their mouser, so I'm going to say thanks for the deal because I didn't know about the product. But that said it seems to be a normal price/discount?
Did the 30% new customer happen to stack?

I'd rather not sign up for the email if it's not going to stack is all.

I think these are usually $99 because I was looking at them before. There are similar models that are about $69 usually it seems. I think the op listed it as a combined deal as the water sensor and shut off valve together. The $69 is actually a good price for just the shut off valve.
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Did the 30% new customer happen to stack?

I'd rather not sign up for the email if it's not going to stack is all.

I think these are usually $99 because I was looking at them before. There are similar models that are about $69 usually it seems. I think the op listed it as a combined deal as the water sensor and shut off valve together. The $69 is actually a good price for just the shut off valve.
If you just buy the Shut off valve the shipping price was a ridiculous $19.99, bringing it on par with $89.99 price on Amazon, the combo was cheaper by $15 compared toDome Z-Wave Plus Flood Prevention Kit [thesmartesthouse.com] on thesmartesthouse.com
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They also have a 30% "new Customer" deal where you give them your email and get a 30% coupon. I didn't know they had this product...or their mouser, so I'm going to say thanks for the deal because I didn't know about the product. But that said it seems to be a normal price/discount?
The price is less compared to the normal price and this product has a better design compared to similar products that sell between $59.99 to $135 and works on any quarter-turn ball valve up to 1-1/2" in size

Z-Wave plus and functions as Z-Wave signal extender

Works With

ADT Pulse
Fibaro Home Center 2
Fibaro Home Center Lite
HomeSeer
InControl
Indigo
ISY
Nexia
openHAB
Open Z-Wave
Piper
SmartThings Hub
Vera
Staples Connect DLink
Wink and Wink 2
Zipato ZipaTile Home Automation Controller
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They win for having the most expensive shipping on the internet. Would love just the valve, as I already have the leak sensors which were less than half the price of even the discounted sensor here.
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Does the 30% new customer coupon stack with the 30offjuly coupon?
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They also have a 30% "new Customer" deal where you give them your email and get a 30% coupon. I didn't know they had this product...or their mouser, so I'm going to say thanks for the deal because I didn't know about the product. But that said it seems to be a normal price/discount?
OK thanks, I didn't even go as far to check shipping. Also in Illinois so there is tax. Ended up adding the siren and the shut off valve to the cart and got it for about $105 after tax and free shipping.
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They have some sort of free shipping threshold, as I added a mouser and it was also discounted and shipped free.
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how do I get the 30% discount?
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How does this shut off the main water valve?
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Just signed up for the new customer discount and its the same code, FYI.
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How does this shut off the main water valve?
When the water sensor detects a leak, it sends a signal to the z-wave hub which sends a signal to shutoff the valve. So a hub is needed for the valve to turn off

There is a video on the product page itself
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how do I get the 30% discount?
Use the coupon code 30offjuly in the Promo Code field and click apply on the checkout page
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