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New Thermocable monitor can detect an escape of water using cloud and satellite technology

17 December 2013

The new Thermocable monitoring system can detect an escape of water and immediately send an alert to a mobile device or building management control room. Designed to protect property, possessions and items of high nett asset value, the system can be installed in locations which cannot be defaced or damaged, such as Listed buildings and other structures or places of historical significance.

The costly damage caused by an undetected water leak
The costly damage caused by an undetected water leak

Developed by linear detection cable specialists at Yorkshire based Thermocable, the PROH20 remote module constantly monitors for a water leak but also provides daily feedback regarding system integrity, faults and battery life.
Providing extensive surface area detection, it delivers round the clock protection, with simple ‘plug and play’ installation.
Working in partnership with global ‘M2M’ technology leader Concirrus, Thermocable offer a hosted solution of reliable water leak detection and alert, coupled with minimal investment, convenience and low running costs.
Because the module and detection cable are not permanently fixed the unit can be relocated, with a new address logged into the cloud platform. This flexibility provides new scope for such an application, offering protection for roof spaces, basements, inaccessible areas and unoccupied properties.
The development doesn’t end here; work is well advanced at Thermocable to make the system even more pro-active so, if required, it can communicate to a nearby wireless solenoid valve to switch off a flow of water if required.
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