I assume all responsibility for my actions, as this was something done out of curiosity to see what was all inside this little magic box to determine if there was anything that could physically be compromised with full submersion. I understand that I have voided any warranty or support of this device.
First, this device is well sealed. Initially I thought I could just pry the base from the case using a small pry or a box knife. Not the case…
A couple of shots from the heat gun and some prying with a box knife I was able to remove the casing from the base.
Honestly it was what I thought… not much to it. The line comes in and there are two sensors that when water touches them completes a circuit alerting the app to a leak.
What I found most interesting is that there is a rubberized sealant that would assumably block water from getting inside the case, ensuring that the only water detecting is coming from outside the casing at the exposed contact sensors.
It appears to be water tight all the way around even though you can see seams on the device.
That’s really it, happy to answer any questions but there’s not a lot there.