Receive real-time alerts when temps drop below 45° F
Prevent damage by plugging our low temperature sensor into your unit to monitor air temperature. Instant alerts give you time to fix a furnace problem preventing costly damage from frozen pipes.
The simple to use, text messaging, freeze alarm system.
It’s like installing peace of mind…
Height: 5.5″ | Width: 3.5″ | Depth: 1.38″ | Weight: 6.4 oz | Indoor Use Only
CDMA2000 dual band 800/1900
Transmits SMS thru Verizon’s Network.
Monitors two inputs
Options include: water detection, float switch, low temp sensor (optional sensor), any dry contact input (custom option, not supplied).
2.9 kHz +/- 500 Hz, 100 dBA with wall power.
75 dBA (estimated) on backup batteries.
System Status Lights
Status: cellular connectivity
Battery: low battery notification (also chirps with critically low battery)
Frozen pipes will lead to catastrophic damages to your property. With the freeze sensor available for our Cellular Alarm you’ll receive text message notifications immediately after detecting a temperature below 45°F.
Great for when you travel, installed at your vacation home or cottage, or at the properties you manage.
No, after clicking a “Buy Now” button or “Buy” from the main menu, you’ll land on the product page, you must then configure your device to receive the temperature sensor. Just select the temperature sensor from the sensors dropdrown menu.
1. Configure the Unit
With your unit in configuration mode, send the following message to your Cellular Alarm:
Note: This will trigger an alarm and your unit will start to beep.
2. Connect the Sensor
Snap the connector into input 2 on the bottom of the water alarm unit.
Note: This should silence the alarm.
3. Test the Unit
Hold an ice cube or bag of ice against the bottom of the sensor and wait for an alarm. Do not submerge the sensor in water.
4. Installation is Complete
You will now receive a text message alert should the temperature in your property drop below 45 °F.
No, the temperature sensor is set to trigger at 45 °F. You will receive an alarm notification when the temperature drops below this level and a return to normal notification when it raises above the 45 °F threshold after an alarm.
All units as of February 14, 2014 include the low temperature messaging functionality, but not necessarily the sensors, which will need to be purchased separately. Any unit purchased on or before February 14, 2014 will not include the low temperature messaging functionality, but can still interface with the low temperature sensor. Users will simply receive message stating a high water alarm, rather than a low temperature alarm.
Worked 2 days after installation. Saved my basement from flooding.
Anonymous from Brighton, MI
I had lamented for the last couple of years that there was no way of knowing the status of our sump pump, while we were away from home. Battery back up units just didn’t have the capacity to keep things dry. With the PumpAlarm I can know immediately when a problem begins and initiate a response before things get out of hand.