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Swann Anti-Flood Alarm

B&H # SW351WLA Mfr # SW351-WLA
No Longer Available
Product Highlights
  • For Indoor Use
  • Unique / Slim / Weather Resistant Design
  • Intense 110 dB+ Siren
  • Low Battery Indication
  • Omni-directional Sensor
  • Powered via 2 AAA Batteries
  • Adhesive Installation

The Swann Anti-Flood Alarm keeps you abreast of any water spillage or damage in your home or business. This unit has a sensor on a water resistant cable, which detects increase in conductivity when in contact with water. You can configure the alarm to sound an intense 110 dB+ siren the moment the sensor touches any liquid.

Suggested mounting positions for the alarm are basements or underneath floorboards, so that you are notified before your premises flood. A peel-and-stick installation method makes placing this alarm anywhere a possibility.

The alarm unit runs on 2 AAA batteries (not included) eliminating the need for power cables.

Alarm
  • Omni-directional sensor triggers a powerful (110 dB+) siren at full volume
Weather Resistant Design
  • Suitable for indoor use (laundry rooms, under cabinet plumbing, hot water tanks, and air conditioners)
  • Can be used at all temperature ranges
Power
  • Runs on 2 AAA batteries eliminating the need for power cables
  • Battery testing button for low battery indication
  • LED battery status indicator
Easy-to-Install
  • Can be easily mounted to the wall or ceiling with double-sided adhesive
Power Requirements 2 x Alkaline AAA batteries (3 VDC)
Siren Volume > 110 dB
Siren Duration Continuous
Siren Power Consumption < 80 mA
Cable Length 10" (250 mm)
Weight 5.3 lb (2.4 kg)
Swann Anti-Flood Alarm
  • 12-Month Warranty & Lifetime Tech Support
  • Required item: Batteries (not included) are required to power this device.

    Energizer -  Ultimate Lithium AAA Batteries (4 Pack)
    • You Pay: $8.99
     
    Watson -  4-Hour Rapid Charger with 4 AAA NiMH Rechargeable Batteries (1000mAh)
    • You Pay: $16.95
     
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