- LBS-10 Leak Block Sensor & Solenoid Valve - HM Digital
Insurance against leaks and drips from RODI system, and many other household applications!
The Latching solenoid automatically shuts off the flow of water and also makes a loud beeping noise when the sensor detects moisture
- 3/8" FNPT (ID) Threads or 1/2" BSP Threads (OD)
- Can be adapted to push-connect fittings
- Handles up to 5 GPM
- Low battery alert
- Fail-safe low power auto-off
- High frequency alarm
- Mesh pre-filter
The Leak Block Sensor from HM Digital includes an electronic sensing pad and a latching solenoid valve that will close if the sensing pad ever comes in contact with water. They can be connected with either 3/8" Female NPT fittings or 1/2" Male BSP making them perfect for connecting a RODI system or the many other applications throughout the house. If you are in an apartment, condo, or have your RODI system hooked up on a second floor these are a no brainer!
Making the LBS-10 ultra safe is when the battery is starting to get low, it gives you an audible alert, and before the battery completely dies the solenoid valve will latch shut until the battery is replaced.
- RODI Systems
- Coffee Makers
- Water Coolers
- Beverage Stations
- Under Sinks
- Water Heaters
- Clothes Washers
- Hotels, Apartments, Multi-Story
Input Connection - 3/8" FNPT or 1/2" MBSP
Output Connection - 3/8" FNPT or 1/2" MBSP
Power Requirements - 9V Battery (included)
Head Unit Dimensions - 3.125” L x 1.25” W x 2.375” H
Solenoid Dimensions - 2.5" L x 2.75" W x 1.625" H
Cord Length - 39"
1x LBS-10 Leak Block Sensor
1x LBS-1SOL Leak Block Solenoid
1x 9v Battery
Works perfect By The Shark on 2/14/2018The Shark would recommend this product to a friendSo, I bought this for my sink since we have had a lot of leaks with the RO system. Since I've installed this valve I can sleep comfortably knowing that this valve will shut the water off at any sign of a leak. Couldn't be happier with the purchase.
Will this unit activate it's audible alarm if the solenoid is shut due to a leak? Or only when the batteries are low?
Have a great day!