Learn how to optimize your smart water valve
Learn how to optimize your smart
water valve Wi-Fi
The graphic representation of the status of the smart water valve. This is where you can see if your water inlet is open or closed.
The water drop icon represents the state of the valve.
When the valve is closed, an X appears on the water drop to show that the water supply is closed.
The graphic representation of the charge level of the batteries of the smart water valve.
The battery color turns red when the batteries need to be changed.
This is where you can customize and change the various settings of the smart water valve.
When you have multiple smart water valves in one location, it can be handy to rename them or assign them to a particular room.
This function can also be very useful if you use voice assistants like Google Assistant or Alexa.
To do this, you need to access the water valve settings by tapping the icon on the valve screen.
It is possible to receive an alert when your valve batteries are low or when there is a risk of frost.
This parameter sets the activation of alerts when the batteries are low.
Default: No action
This parameter sets the action of the valve when the temperature of a detector drops below 5 °C (41 °F).
Default : No action
This parameter should be set according to the model number listed on your Sinopé flow sensor (if you have installed one with your valve)
Default: No flow meter
This parameter sets the action of the valve and the activation of alerts when the flow sensor detects abnormal flow.
This parameter allows to select the duration of abnormal flow tolerated before the alert is triggered. (e.g.: filling a swimming pool, watering the lawn)
*Settings available only if a flow sensor has been connected to the valve. Otherwise, these settings will not be displayed in the account.
You will find below the most common issues you may encounter.
If you still need help, contact Sinopé technical support.