I use this, wired to this, plugged into a Wyze Plug. Leak sensors trigger Plug on and the whole neighborhood will know you have a leak.
I just hooked up your solution, and a beautiful solution it is!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I feel like this is my first wishlist entry that has been deployed. I will have to look but feeling the🕺right now😁
Thanks @carverofchoice I tested, and confirmed that it worked. Nice, loud tone from the base, and instant call/text from noonlight.
Only issues I’m seeing is that there’s no way to cancel the alarm without speaking with noonlight, and the monitoring certificate does not indicate freeze/leak monitoring yet, even after requesting a new one.
They were very polite, but if this thing is going off at 2am, it would be nice to not have to interact with a human to shut it off haha.
Thanks for confirming!
I totally agree that we should have a way to make it stop just like we can stop the intruder alert sound by disarming. Great suggestions. Maybe we need a new wishlist for that update.
Just to clarify, did you also send an email to Noonlight with a screenshot of all your monitored apps and request a new certificate like it tells us to do? It says it will take them some time to review everything before they send the updated Monitoring certificate…we won’t get the updates from the Wyze app, they have to email the updates to us from Noonlight to get those extra options.
I just tested this and it does allow us to cancel the alarm without speaking with Noonlight. I even had my system in Test Mode. What happens is it pops up a link at the top of the monitoring tab, and then you click the button that says “Cancel Hazard Remediation” and the alarm stops within a couple of seconds.
It worked for me at least and it is really cool to confirm that it works in Test mode too!
I definitely totally missed that message in the app, I have sent the email now. Thanks!
Aha! I figured there had to be a way, I wasn’t seeing that, but I’m not sure I opened that monitoring page while the alarm was going off, and the notification that I clicked did not take me there. I’ll toss it into test mode and test again tomorrow, but this should prove useful.