Smart Sensors

Reliable Home Automation

Keep your home safe and secure while you're away from home with our selection of smart sensors for water leaks, PM 2.5, humidity, and temperature.

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Picture of GoveeLife Water Leak Detector 2

GoveeLife Water Leak Detector 2

1 Wi-Fi Gateway + 4 Sensors
22% Off
$69.99$89.99
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Picture of Govee Wi-Fi Water Sensors Alarm

Govee Wi-Fi Water Sensors Alarm

1* Wi-Fi Gateway+ 3* Sensors
21% Off
$42.99$54.99
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Picture of Govee Wi-Fi Thermo-Hygrometer (3 Pack)

Govee Wi-Fi Thermo-Hygrometer (3 Pack)

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$34 Off
$85.99$119.97
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Picture of Govee Wi-Fi Digital Thermometer Hygrometer

Govee Wi-Fi Digital Thermometer Hygrometer

1*Wi-Fi Gateway+3*Sensors
14% Off
$59.99$69.99
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Picture of GoveeLife Smart Thermo-Hygrometer 2s

GoveeLife Smart Thermo-Hygrometer 2s

2 Pack
16% Off
$29.99$35.99
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Automation Without the Guesswork

Are you ready to expect the unexpected? Use Govee's smart sensors throughout your home.

FAQs

What is a smart sensor?

A smart sensor is an advanced electronic device with sensing and connectivity features that can gather data, process information, and communicate with other devices or systems. It is used in various smart devices and IoT applications to monitor and detect environmental changes, such as measuring temperature, humidity, motion, light, and more, enabling automation and optimization in smart homes, industries, and environmental systems.

What are the uses of smart sensors?

Smart sensors have a wide range of uses across various industries and applications. Some common uses include: 1. Environmental monitoring (i.e., temperature, humidity, air quality, etc.) 2. Home automation (i.e., motion detection, window/door sensing, etc.) 3. Industrial automation (process control, predictive maintenance). 4. Healthcare (i.e., vital signs monitoring.) These sensors enable real-time data collection, automation, and communication, which makes them essential for enhancing efficiency, safety, and convenience in modern systems and devices.

Do I need a thermometer and hygrometer?

Having a thermometer and hygrometer is beneficial for various reasons. A thermometer measures the temperature, helping you monitor indoor comfort levels and adjust heating or cooling systems accordingly. Conversely, a hygrometer measures humidity, which is crucial for maintaining optimal indoor air quality, preventing mold growth, and ensuring a healthy living environment. Together, they provide valuable insights into your indoor climate and can help you take the necessary steps to create a more comfortable and healthier living space.

Can we measure humidity with thermometers?

A thermometer is generally designed to measure temperature, while a hygrometer measures the moisture content in the air. However, you can use a combination of a hygrometer and thermometer to measure temperature and humidity accurately. Govee has many Wi-Fi and Bluetooth hygrometer thermometers to provide readings for both temperature and humidity and give alerts whenever they go out of the preset range. They are ideal choices for monitoring indoor environments and weather conditions and maintaining optimal comfort levels.

Where do you put a thermometer and hygrometer?

For accurate readings, place the thermometer and hygrometer in a central location or the shade of any room, away from direct sunlight, heat sources, and drafts. Avoid placing them near doors or windows, as these areas can impact temperature and humidity readings. Furthermore, mounting them at eye level on a wall or placing them on a stable surface will help ensure reliable measurements and provide valuable insights into your indoor environment.