Ambient Weather WH31LA Leak Detector for Models ws-1965, WS-2000, WS-5000 Weather Stations

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Add up to four leak detectors to your Ambient Weather WS-1965, WS-2000, or WS-5000, weather station.

The leak detector can be placed on the floor and detect moisture. There are two sensitivity settings. The WS-2000 and WS-5000 supports up to 4 leak detectors.

When a leak is detected, a loud 90 db alarm sounds, and the leak detection is sent to the console and the cloud for instant email, text or IFTTT alerting.


  • Detects water every 3 seconds.
  • Emits a loud 90 db alarm when triggered.
  • High or low sensor sensitivity selectable to meet different requirements.
  • View live sensor data online at
  • Trigger email alerts, text messages or trigger IFTTT actions.
  • Each console supports up to 4 leak detectors.
  • Battery power level displayed on

Wireless Specifications:

  • Line of sight wireless sensor array RF transmission (in open air): 330 feet, 100 feet under most conditions
  • Sensor detecting interval: 3 seconds
  • Sensor reporting interval: 60 seconds
  • RF Frequency: 915 MHz

Power Consumption:

  • 2 x AAA batteries (not included). Alkaline or Lithium is recommended.
  • Battery life: one to two years (unless the alarm sounds).

Product Support Questions

How to re-register a sensor through the Sensor ID screen.


Enter Setup mode as shown below.

Select ‘SETUP’ to enter the MORE screen

Select ‘SETUP’ to enter the SENSOR ID screen

Select the Sensor ID next to the sensor you want to re-register. Example Lightning Sensor WH31L

Select ‘Disable’ to turn the sensor off

Select ‘REGISTER’ to re-register the sensor to the console

Return to the Home Screen to view the WH31L Lightning Sensor Data or whatever sensor you re-registerd
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To edit the label name on the console, select the Settings button , and then the down arrow  9 times until Multi Channel Sensor Setup is highlighted and press plus  to view the channel settings.

To edit the channel name, Press  or  key to select the channel name.  The name field will turn green.

Press the   key to view the keyboard, and enter the sensor name. Press   to scroll to the character and press   to select the character. Press ‘OK’ to save your newly labeled Sensor. Press   to return to the setup page.


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