I don’t know if you’re like me, but once I got my hands on the Wyze V3, I decided that I’d probably end up replacing all my V2s with V3s … in addition to putting V3s in a lot of new locations.
So, I’m trying to think of clever uses for my old V2s. I’ve come up with a couple, but need more input from other Wyze users.
Here’s my latest idea.
I already have a camera placed on my sump pump. But I’ve got another area that we often check for leaks when we ventured down into the basement.
It dawned on me, that if I stuck a V2 on my furnace, and pointed it directly down, I would cover an area that would show me my water softener, my water heater, my irrigation relief valve, the furnace a/c discharge, the area behind my water pressure pump, the back wall of a full bath in the finished part of the basement and my unfinished basement’s floor drain.
And yes, you can see stains of past floods. (The dark drops aren’t water, they are pipe flux that dripped during construction and plumber visits).
Keep in mind, my basement in the following is pitch black. This is the Wyze V2s ir view
A jpeg taken by the V2 of its view of the formerly pitch black area: