Remote Controlled Water Shutoff Systems
If you are looking for a simple yet effective way to shut off water when you will be away from your home, this remote controlled system may be the solution. Shutting off the water at the source is sometimes difficult and time consuming, but with this wireless remote controlled system you can shut the water off with the touch of a button, and feel confident that your home will be safe from damage caused by water leaks and flooding. Avoid the high cost of water damage repair with this effective system brought to you by PlumbingSupply.com! Looking for more flood protection devices? Click here
Flo-N-Stop™ Wireless Remote Controlled Water Security System
Shut off your water supply with the simple push of a button
With this system you can mount the wireless button pad by the front door, in the garage, or any weather-protected area up to 25ft away from the transceiver. Whether you are away for minutes, hours, days, or months, this system ensures your residence will not be flooded from failed plumbing lines, split hoses, or ruptured fixtures when the system is activated.
Flo-N-Stop™ System features:
- Easy push button on/off control of your water
- On/Off wireless button pad works up to 25ft away and can be wall-mounted
- Once the system is plugged in, a spring loaded solenoid valve is energized to keep water flowing normally. In the event of a power failure, the spring loaded solenoid automatically closes, shutting off the water to prevent costly damage
- Manual override on the solenoid valve allows you to turn on/off water while no power is present
- Helps to conserve water from leaky faucets, and running toilets
- Solenoid valve may be installed either inside or outside - please note, electronics must be installed indoors and protected from the elements
- View Flo N Stop specifications
- Read more about how this system works
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HOW IT OPERATES:
The solenoid valve is plumbed into the water supply line just after the main shut off valve. You simply mount the button pad controller
at the most used entry/exit into your residence.
This will allow you to conveniently turn the water on or off to your entire home. By pushing the on/off button a wireless signal is received by the transceiver module
plugged into one of your outlets up to 25 feet away from the button pad controller. With the Solenoid Coil plugged into the base of the Transceiver Module, the signal is received and the shutoff process is activated.
By placing the 24/7 Water Sentinel floor sensor
in leak prone areas, leaks can be detected right away. As water comes into contact with the floor sensor, it will sound an alarm and transmit a wireless signal to the solenoid module to effectively turn off the solenoid valve and the water flow to your house.
In the event of a power failure the solenoid module automatically shuts the water off to your home, providing peace of mind when you are away. If you happen to be home during a power failure, then you can simply use the manual override button on the solenoid valve to turn the water back on if needed.
|1" Solenoid Valve:
|Max. Pressure Rating:
|Max. Flow (1"):
||45 GPM @ 150 PSI
||30 - 150 PSI
|Max. Water Temperature:
||Up to 280°F
||110 - 120v | 50/60Hz
|Power Consumption (On):
|Power Consumption (Off):
|Button Pad Controller:
||Four (4) AAA batteries (not included)
||Push button on/off
||25 ft. max. to transceiver
||110 - 120v | 50/60Hz
||On/Off momentary modes
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "What happens if there is a loss of power to our home for a long duration of time?"
A. While the system is running a spring loaded solenoid keeps water flowing normally. In the event of the loss of electrical power, the Flo N Stop™ system will automatically shut off the water by releasing the spring. To restore water flow while the power is off, simply turn the manual valve 90° on the solenoid valve. After power is restored be sure to return the manual valve to the closed position.
Q. "What happens if there is a momentary loss of power to our home?"
A. In the event of a momentary loss of electrical power to your residence, the system will automatically shut off the water. To restore water flow, simply press the "on" button located on the button pad.
Q. "How long do the batteries last in the wireless transmitter?"
A. According the manufacturer, the batteries should last about one year, but it is a good idea to test them every month.
Q. "Is there anything else I should know about this system?"
A. Make sure to follow all of the manufacturer's instructions and directions by performing the proper maintenance and inspections to ensure that you are fully protected from flooding -this is ever-so-important with (man-made) safety devices as they will eventually fail.
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