Trident Environmental Sensor

Resolutions • Part #26004

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What if I don't need the freeze detection?

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    We can de-activate any section of the sensor that you don't need. Reach out to our online chat for assistance.

  • Where should the Disaster Sensor be placed in the home?

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    Proper placement depends on which protection the disaster sensor should provide. For flood protection, the sensor should be placed where water would reach the flood probes early in case of a flood. For freeze protection, the sensor should be placed near the piping that would freeze first in case of heating failure. For overheat protection, the sensor should be placed in a normally air-conditioned area of the home.

  • Why doesn't this sensor call the police or fire department in case of an alarm?

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    This sensor does not provide smoke or fire protection. It provides protection for three conditions: cooling units failing, which could lead to mold in a home; heaters failing which could lead to frozen and burst pipes; and flooding. This sensor will provide you and your family an alert in the case of these conditions, but will not alert any authorities, as this is not something they handle.

  • What if I don't need the freeze detection?

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    We can de-activate any section of the sensor that you don't need. Reach out to our online chat for assistance.

  • Where should the Disaster Sensor be placed in the home?

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    Proper placement depends on which protection the disaster sensor should provide. For flood protection, the sensor should be placed where water would reach the flood probes early in case of a flood. For freeze protection, the sensor should be placed near the piping that would freeze first in case of heating failure. For overheat protection, the sensor should be placed in a normally air-conditioned area of the home.

  • Why doesn't this sensor call the police or fire department in case of an alarm?

    keyboard_arrow_down

    This sensor does not provide smoke or fire protection. It provides protection for three conditions: cooling units failing, which could lead to mold in a home; heaters failing which could lead to frozen and burst pipes; and flooding. This sensor will provide you and your family an alert in the case of these conditions, but will not alert any authorities, as this is not something they handle.