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Sill waiting for my flashlight from this vendor from 3 months ago....lol
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I have three Water Sensors paired to my Smartthings and they are working great! One of these auto-paired in smartthings discovery. For the other two, I needed to use the Instructions quoted below:


This is pulled from a smartthings community by user MaverickASC: https://community.smartthings.com...7584/23​
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yup, doesn't like it when it's dry...LOL
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Camera coupon expired. Or they have a limit of two orders.
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the camera work in us?
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Is a hub required for the water sensors? Can they somehow be integrated with Alexa?
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Is a hub required for the water sensors? Can they somehow be integrated with Alexa?
a hub such as smartthings or the xiaomi gateway is required
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Is a hub required for the water sensors? Can they somehow be integrated with Alexa?
almost placed an order on the sensor until I get to read that it needs a Mi hub to work
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So it senses when it gets wet?
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How to connect with smartthings
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Sill waiting for my flashlight from this vendor from 3 months ago....lol
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yup, doesn't like it when it's dry...LOL
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Looks like no rtsp or hack for the camera?
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I bought a dozen of the water sensors on the last deal. You can supposedly connect these to Smartthings but I have not spent the time to do so yet. From what little digging I've done it can be a pain. One thing I did notice is that the small metal contact sensors do not touch the surface of whatever the device is sitting on. They are slight raised and on opposite sides of the sensor. I get the impression it will take more water for this device to detect as opposed to the Smartthings leak sensors. Again, these are observations as I do not have them working yet. The instructions are entirely in Chinese, so don't expect any help from the box.
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I have three Water Sensors paired to my Smartthings and they are working great! One of these auto-paired in smartthings discovery. For the other two, I needed to use the Instructions quoted below:
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I had issues where the device was not getting recognized at all. Here is what I had to do for it to work (putting it in beginner words, as I am a beginner). Look at this thread:
https://community.smartthings.com...vice/67582
for instructions on how to pair Xiaomi devices in general. Keep this information in mind as you are looking for "catchall: " (without quotes) to show up in IDE (http://ide.smartthings.com13).
Or look for this entry:
debug non-TV event zbjoin: {"dni":"**XXXX**","d":"YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY","capabilities":"80","endpoints":[{"simple":".....................manufacturer":"LUMI","model":"lumi.sensor_wleak.aq1"}],"parent":"FFFF","joinType":255}
You need the value of "XXXX", so note it down (for lumi.sensor_wleak sensor).
Put the hub in pairing mode. These devices do not show up so easily when you put the hub in pairing mode, to say the least, and even if you are trying to locate them in Live Logging (a. go to IDE, b. select your location & hub, c. go to Live Logging page).
Follow the reset & pair process:
a. Hold the sensor down for some time till the light flashes and then turns off (takes around 1 minute or so). Key point to note that once you let go you should see a single flash (my unit was not showing this behavior, so i improvised).
b. To complete reset, you need to hold it down again and then wait for the light flash to turn off. Reset completes at this step.
c. Put it in pairing mode, quick press till it flashes, repeat if does not work (in my case it did not work).
IMPROVISE:
a. Remove the battery cover using a penny.
b. Hold the battery down with your finger and repeat the step 3.
c. You should see the "catchall: " show up. Close the lid.
Add the device from IDE using steps mentioned in Step 1. Change the device type to "SmartSense Moisture Sensor" from the list.
Pairing is now complete. You now need to establish the link between the sensor and the device by dunking the sensor in a bowl of water filled shallow, just enough to produce the water leak effect!
This is pulled from a smartthings community by user MaverickASC: https://community.smartthings.com...7584/23​
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