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FLO-n-STOP Total Household Automatic Remote Controlled Wireless Leak Detection and Water Shut-OFF System with Alarm-DISCONTINUED

Discontinued FLO-n-STOP

Total Household Automatic Remote Controlled Wireless Leak Detection and Water Shut-OFF System with Alarm-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

The FLO n STOP Wireless Water Shut Off System is the World's Best Water Security System. Designed for single, multifamily and condominium residential dwellings. Convenience and security is assured with the knowledge that your dwelling is protected against accidental water damage from broken water pipes, faulty water appliances, earth tremors, and frozen, then thawed water lines 24/7 - Day and Night. The System provides Pro-Active control and Automatic Wireless Remote Controlled Shut-OFF of all household potable water should a water event occur.

  • All household water to your home is turned on or off with a touch of a button on the transmitter button pad from a convenient location, transmitter button pad takes 4 AA batteries (not included)
  • Wireless operation, easy to install, no hard wires to run
  • 24/7 Water sentinel floor sensor with alarm is always on guard, day and night to automatically shut off the water upon detection of an unwanted water event, operates on included 5-6vdc power adapter or 4 AA batteries (not included)
  • Up to 256 individual user codes available for condominium installations
  • Built in manual override to provide water if the power is lost
  • U.S. Patents 5,881,755 and 8,201,572
  • Lead free brass solenoid valve is certified to NSF 61 Annex G, UL 429 and CSA C22.2 No. 139, conforms to VT 193 & CA AB 1953 for potable, (drinking), water
  • Meets U.S. and Canadian Plumbing Code Standards
  • Lead free solenoid valve is full flow with 1 in. FIP ports in and out, (easily bushes down to 3/4 in. as needed)
  • Solenoid valve operates on a 110-120VAC system

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Total Household Automatic Remote Controlled Wireless Leak Detection and Water Shut-OFF System with Alarm-DISCONTINUED is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked as expected right out of the box. Using this device to remotely control leaking hot water line. The only installation snag was the lack of instruction on how to wire the electrical plug to the solenoid.
Date published: 2013-09-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works mostly, but cheaply made Bought the system including 14 sensors after a major water damage event at my house requiring four months of major reconstruction caused by simple failure of a water supply line fitting at the bottom of a toilet tank resulted in (insurance covered) $75,000 damage. Pros: It works as advertised when everything is set up, other than the below issues. The wall mounted wireless shutoff is very convenient. Can turn household water off when leaving the house, going to bed, etc. very easily and this brings peace of mind. Tech support was very diligent on the phone with helping me with troubleshooting and instruction questions. Cons: The instructions are poorly written, hard to read and confusing, and I consider myself very capable with handyman stuff. Had to call tech support to get guidance. The appliance module didn't work, and they sent a replacement which worked. Also, one of the sensors had a ring washer that holds the optional DC female plug in place fall off, and the plug receded into the unit. The washer probably wasn't even tightened down at the factory in China. I tried to pry open the unit with a flat tip to reseat the plug but it looked like it was going to break if I continued. They sent me a new sensor. The sensors are cheaply made. The actual sensor prongs (which are very tiny) on several units fell out of the sensor and were lost during installation. Extra sensor prongs are included in each sensor package. You'll need them. Several of the units didn't test for no apparent reason. After pushing in on the sensor prong which was already visibly seated, they started working. On several others they wouldn't test until I took out the batteries and reinstalled them several times. (And yes, I had the batteries installed correctly.) I'm going to have to test all the units probably monthly or so as now I'm worried they just might stop working for some reason. If you use the optional DC power supply, they seem more reliable, but unless you're using it under a sink that has a duplex, the power supply and cord are unsightly when using them in a bathroom in full view. All in all, it's definitely better to have this system then to not have it, especially after what I went through, but I wish more effort had been spent with the quality of the sensors.
Date published: 2014-03-30
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