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Installing the WaterBug water sensor comes in two phases First, one must connect the various water sensors to the WaterBug console Second, the console must be connected to your security or home automation system
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The WaterBug can also be mounted on vertical surfaces, for the sake of monitoring rising water levels (for instance, when monitoring the water levels in a sump) To mount the sensor to a wall or other vertical surface (or to anchor it to a horizontal surface), the sensor must only be drilled and screwed to the wall through its center This is because the sensor utilizes four contacts, located on the bottom When water is sensed by these contacts, a message is sent to the control unit As such, it is necessary to mount the sensor using the hole in the center Drilling any other part of the sensor runs the risk of damaging the internal wiring
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The following steps illustrate how to install the WaterBug console and sensors, and how to connect them to a security or home automation system:
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1 Locate where you want to place the WaterBug console, using a level to ensure a square installation (this is more for aesthetics than anything else) 2 Mark the location of the screw hole on the wall 3 Drive the mounting screw into the wall, leaving 3/16" between the screw head and the wall 4 Fasten the WaterBug to the screw head and press down 5 Connect the two-connector wires from the water sensor to terminals 3 and 4
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With the WaterBug water sensor, up to six sensors can be connected to the WaterBug console To connect multiple sensors, connect them all to terminals 3 and 4
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6 Locate the sensor(s) where you wish to monitor for moisture problems As Figure 10-9 shows, we ve placed a sensor near a sump in our Smart Home s basement To show the contacts on the bottom of the unit, we ve flipped it over Before the project is completed, we ll flip it back over so the contacts are properly placed
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Figure 10-9
Placing a water sensor near a sump
7 Determine how you want your water sensor to operate, either in normally open (to detect the presence of water) or normally closed (to detect the absence of water) mode There are seven contacts on the WaterBug console The first two are used for power, the second two are used to connect sensors, and the last three are used to connect to your security or home automation system
Relay five is common Relay six is normally open Relay seven is normally closed
8 How you connect to your security or home automation system will depend on whether you want a normally open system or a normally closed system If you want your sensors configured in the normally open position, connect wires from your cabling to relays five (common) and six (normally open) If you want your sensors to be configured for normally closed operation, connect the cabling to your security or home automation system to relays five (common) and seven (normally closed) 9 The WaterBug can be operated either by connecting to a transformer plugged into a wall receptacle or by using 12V DC power 10 To use AC power, connect the transformer wires to contacts 1 and 2 (they are interchangeable, so it doesn t matter which wire is connected to which contact) 11 To use DC power, connect the positive (+) wire to contact 1 and the negative (-) to contact 2
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Check Your Wiring
When connecting the WaterBug to DC power, make sure to mind the polarity Test the sensor by using a moistened finger or cloth and touching the sensors on the unit If the sensor is not registering the presence of water, check the polarity of your power supply connection
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