Flo Technologies brings water management to the smart home
The Flo water security and management system is a new Wi-Fi connected device professionally installed on your main water supply line, Flo Technologies announced Monday.
The system uses an iOS or Android app that controls conservation, monitoring and security settings. By continually monitoring your home's water flow, pressure and temperature, Flo detects abnormalities to help you avoid problems like bursting pipes.
Flo has water pressure sensors which use machine learning to proactively detect leaks. The system can automatically shut off the water supply in response to a pipe burst, flooding or other irregularities. To conserve water, it senses water pressure, flow rate and temperature and learns homeowner usage patterns. You can check current water usage, compare to historical data and set conservation goals in the Flo app, which can also send alerts via email, app messages or by text and phone call.
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