WiFi Enabled Sump Pump Alarms

A Wi-Fi Extender for use with Level Sense Pro Wi-Fi Enabled Sump Pump Monitor

Wi-Fi Extenders are a great way to get signal to your Level Sense Pro and be sure that it stays strong at the sump pump. Recently, we purchased a handful of different extenders and tested all of them with the Level-Sense Pro. Some performed better than others. Here is the winner (and our recommended Wi-Fi Extender for Level Sense Pro), the TP-Link AV500 Powerline Universal WiFi Range Extender 2 Ethernet Ports Starter Kit (TL-WPA4226KIT). At the time of this writing, the cost is $45. There are several variations (Click Here to go directly to the correct version on Amazon.Com).  We came...

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Level Sense Pro Device & Portal Password Requirements

  Two Passwords are required to put your Level Sense Pro Wi-Fi Enabled Sump Pump Monitor online. The first password is needed by Level Sense Pro Device to join your local home network. Following the instructions in the manual, this password is entered in the box below and must consist only of numbers and letters. Special characters such as ?!@#$%^&*() will not work. The password must have a minimum of 8 and maximum of 48 characters. Note that if you are using a Wi-Fi Extender, this will be the password to the extender - not to the router.  The second...

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My Wifi Signal Strength is Too Low at the Sump Pump, What Now?

If you've concluded your Wi-Fi signal strength at your the sump pump is low, there are a number of ways to increase it.

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Level Sense Device Goes "Offline" Occasionally

The purpose of this article to help users troubleshoot wifi enabled sump pump alarms (generally Level Sense units) that occasionally go "offline".

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Test Your WiFi Signal Strength

Having a Wi-Fi enabled sump pump or septic alarm is just like any other home automation device - except for one thing - the location. Sump Pumps and Septic Systems are known to be distant from a home's wireless router. The purpose of this article is to help you determine if you have adequate signal strength.  We do have users who's wireless sump and septic alarms work great most of the time - however occasionally they will receive a nuisance notification from their wifi enabled high water alarm that it is "offline", only to come back on again a short period later....

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