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Hikvision DS-PD1-WL-W Wireless Water Leak Detector to suit Axiom Hub

$96.00 inc GST

The Hikvision DS-PD1-WL-W is a wireless water leak detector that is designed to suit the Axiom Hub. The detection device provides instant notification if any flooding is detected. The perfect device to install in laundries, kitchens and other vulnerable areas where a burst pipe may cause extensive damage.

Once the water leak detector is configure it is easy to install in place. If there is excess water, it will create a current between the probes triggering an alarm.

This device will save you thousands by alerting you to a water leak instantaneously.


  • Bi-directional communication
  • Tamper detection
  • Wireless range up to 300m open air
  • Frequency: 433MHz
  • Battery: CR2450
  • Size: 73mm x 52mm x 21mm
  • Weight: 61.5g

Hikvision Wireless Alarm System Overview

The Hikvision Axiom wireless alarm is a hub based wireless solution which has 32 wireless zones and supports TCP/IP, Wi-Fi, and 3G/4G communication paths. It is capable of managing 32 wireless outputs, 8 wireless key fobs, 2 wireless sirens and supports up to 13 network users, including 1 installer, 1 administrator, and 11 normal users. The Axiom hub also offers, Hik-Connect and DC-09 IP Contact SIA/ID for monitoring and it's numerous features include voice prompts, push notifications, SMS, email and voice calls.

Hikvision's Axiom hub allows viewing of live video and sends emails of alarm-linked videos via mobile client, there's long distance 2-way communication with AES-128, LED indication of system status and a 4520 mAh lithium battery giving a 12-hour backup power supply.

The HIKS-PWA32-KST starter kit includes a white 3G/4G Axiom hub with built in Mifare card reader, 1x HIK-PD2-P10P-W pet immune PIR, 1x HIK-PD1-MC-WWS door contact, 1x HIK-19K00-Y fob, 5x HIK-PTS-MF Mifare tags, 1x battery and 1x power adapter.


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