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General => Insteon => Topic started by: BillC on March 15, 2016, 08:19:01 pm

Title: 2852-222, Insteon Leak Sensor On Vera edge
Post by: BillC on March 15, 2016, 08:19:01 pm
Has anyone used these?  I like the form factor-just set it on the ground.
I got it installed and armed it but it doesn't seem to send an alert
Thanks

Bill
Title: Re: 2852-222, Insteon Leak Sensor On Vera edge
Post by: wystewart on March 16, 2016, 08:45:14 pm
How are you using it?  Directly in Vera Edge or through altseon?  If direct, I would not be surprise it does not work.  vera does not update the status of the switches, so I expect the same for the sensor.  might work through Alsteon if it supports it.
Title: Re: 2852-222, Insteon Leak Sensor On Vera edge
Post by: BillC on March 17, 2016, 10:48:22 am
Just using it directly.  I didn't know about Alsteon.  I did figure out one problem, I realized it wasn't even recognizing the event locally, the light on the unit never went red when I shorted the contacts, so I have a defective unit.  Requesting a replacement and then I will try again. 

Thanks for the reply
Title: Re: 2852-222, Insteon Leak Sensor On Vera edge
Post by: hax0rmort on June 25, 2016, 11:54:34 pm
the leak sensors work perfectly with altsteon.  I am using five right now on my Vera Plus.
Title: Re: 2852-222, Insteon Leak Sensor On Vera edge
Post by: hsmaier on April 25, 2017, 07:10:59 pm
Just using it directly.  I didn't know about Alsteon.  I did figure out one problem, I realized it wasn't even recognizing the event locally, the light on the unit never went red when I shorted the contacts, so I have a defective unit.  Requesting a replacement and then I will try again. 

Thanks for the reply

Bill

Did you ever get the leak sensor to work? I just bought one and expected it to work just like my other Insteon Switches.
Sadly it does not send an alert. I have a Vera 2 on U15
I spoke to Insteon technical support but they were not familar with Vera.

Thoughts?

Howard