Product Overview:

Fibaro Flood Sensor is a universal, Z-Wave Plus compatible, flood and temperature sensor. Device can be battery or VDC powered (12 or 24 VDC). Flood alarm is sent to the Z-Wave network devices or additionally to any alarm system controller, through opening a NC contact.

The device has built in temperature sensor, monitoring temperature of e.g. floor. Fibaro Flood Sensor is designed to be placed on the floor or on a wall with a flood sensors probe extended by connected wire. The device has built in LED and sound alarm. In addtion, the sensor is equipped with a tilt sensor reporting tilt or movement to the main controller e.g. when the Sensor has been taken by someone from it’s original location. LED diode signals flood, opera- ting mode or the Z-Wave network communication range. Fibaro Flood Sensor is sink-resistant, drifts on the water sufrace and keeps on sending alarm signal in case of substantial inundation.

Product Highlights:
• Unique, floating design
• Detects flooding or fire
• Battery or VDC powered
• Communicates with a Z-Wave network or a wired alarm system • Features wireless software update.

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Product Description

Technical Data:
• Power Supply: 12 – 24 VDC

• Battery Type: CR123A (battery included)

• Power Consumption (at VDC operation): 0,4W

• Output terminals maximum current carrying capacity (ALARM NC, TAMP NC): 25mA

• Maximum voltage at output terminals: 24V DC / 20V AC

• EU standards compliance: EMC 2004/108/EC, R&TTE 199/5/WE, RoHS 2011/65/EU, LVD 2006/95/EC, EMC 2004/108/EC, R&TTE 1999/5/EC

• Radio protocol: Z-Wave Plus

• Radio frequency: 868.42 MHz or 869.85 MHz EU; 908.4 MHz or 916 MHz US; 921.4 MHz or 919.8 MHz ANZ; 869 MHz RU;

• Range: up to 50m outdoors
up to 40m indoors (depending on terrain and building structure)

• Operational Temperature: 0oC – 40oC
• Measured temperature range: -20oC – 100oC
• Temperature measuring accuracy: 0,5oC (within 0oC- 40oC range) • Dimensions (Diameter x Height): 72 mm x 28 mm


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