Simplehomenet EZLQD - Expected to be a top seller!

Simplehomenet EZLQD Release Availability Expected to be a top seller for Simplehomenet

Laguna Niguel, Ca - Today Simplehomenet announced the availability of the EZLQD, wireless liquid detector. This marks Simplehomenet's second product release in under 30 days. The availability of the EZLQD further drives the EZSnsRF, a long range wireless receiver.

"Simplehomenet is determined to keep its rapid product introduction rate," said Al Choperena, President of Simplehomenet. "Our strategy is to provide the building blocks for an elegant home automation framework". "With the availability of EZLQD, and EZSnsRF, we enable additional solutions for remote monitoring via Insteon".
EZLQD
EZLQD is part of a collection of Simplehomenet devices driven by customer feedback and shows Simplehomenet's commitment to deliver on the vision of the fully integrated home.
EZLQD consists of a sensor that detects the presence of a liquid, and a wireless transmitter that sends the sensor signal alert to the EZSnsRF or Dakota Alert 3000 receivers up to 3,000 feet. The unit is intended to detect leaks and unintended liquid accumulation.
Simplehomenet
Simplehomenet is a division of Compacta International, Ltd. A Delaware corporation established in 1996. Compacta is resourced to quickly bring products to market and to provide excellent customer support
For more sales/product information, please visit: http://www.simplehomenet.com/products.asp?cat=10
Press Contact: Cheryl Smith, Director of Marketing Cheryl@simplehomenet.com

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