Cut off the adaptor on the end of the cable (Image 1). Strip the ends to expose a small length of wire (Image 1). Insert the bared leads into the power supply terminals making sure the ‘+’ wire with the ribbing connects to the positive terminal on the far left and the smooth ‘-‘ wire […]
The placement of the sensors is really at the customers discretion. In a perfect world there would be a sensor everywhere water could be leaking but that may not be practical. The actual sensors should be placed slightly off the floor in most situations so that a damp floor or condensation does not cause a […]
Can the Water Cop Water Hound sensors operate on AC power and use the batteries as a backup power source?
No, the Water Hound sensors from WaterCop are designed to operate on battery power ONLY if there are batteries inserted. So the AC Adapter will only power the units if the batteries are dead.