If, after 24 hours, the data in your dashboard has not actualized even though water has flown into the sensor, check your device’s health status.
In the Droople App, under Assets, look for your asset and check the column Health Status.
The Health Status helps you to identify eventual problems with your device. To access the Health Status information, click on Assets in the sidebar menu of the Droople App.
In the column, Health Status, three icons represent the health of your device.
Depending on your device’s status, the icons will change color (green, orange, or red). A tooltip is available for each icon explainings its meaning when you drag the mouse over it.
There are three main causes for not receiving data in the Droople App:
The first icon represents the signal health status. It checks if a signal has been received from your device recently. The icon will be green if a signal has been received over the last 24 hours. Otherwise, the icon turns red.
The most frequent cause of this problem is the gateway.
Check that your gateway is still powered and that it is still connected to the WiFi (the status LED should be solid green). For more information about the gateway, see the chapter MiniHub Gateway.
If the gateway is powered and connected to the WiFi, reboot it by removing it from the wall plug and putting it back. Then let some water flow through the sensor, wait 10 minutes, and check again the Droople App.
If you still did not receive any data, the device should be rebooted. To reboot the device, open the enclosure, remove the battery, and put it back. For more information about removing the battery, see the chapter How to change the battery.
The reboot takes about 10 minutes to be fully completed.
If, after the reboot of the device, you still do not receive any data in the Droople App, please contact us at [email protected]
The second icon represents the battery health status. It checks the voltage of the battery in your device. The icon will go from green, then orange to red depending on the voltage measured. When the battery health status turns red, the battery of the iLink should be replaced to continue the monitoring of your asset. Find how to do it here
After replacing the battery, the device will reboot, and the data in the Droople App should be updated within 10 minutes.
The last icon represents the flow health status. It indicates if the sensor in your device has measured water flow recently. The icon will be green if a flow has been measured over the last 7 days, and orange if a flow has been measured during the last 7-14 days. Otherwise, the icon turns red. This means, in most cases, that the sensor has been installed in the wrong direction.
Go to your asset where the device and the sensor are installed, and check that the arrow on the sensor points toward the direction of the flow.
If the arrow points in the opposite direction of the flow, the sensor is not installed correctly, and the device cannot read the water flow. Re-install the sensor in the correct direction and let the water flow in your asset for at least 5 seconds. Within 10 minutes, you should see updated data in the Droople App.
Depending on the asset, the installation of the sensor should be made by a professional plumber and may require additional fittings.
If, after re-installing the sensor correctly, you still do not receive any data in the Droople App, please contact us at [email protected]
To reset your password, go to the login page and click on “Forgot password?”
You will then enter your email address, to which you will receive a verification code. Enter the code, and set your new password.
You will then be redirected to the App.
If the App doesn’t count the number of your assets’ usage cycles correctly, it could be because the flow rate is not high enough to trigger a cycle detection. The minimum cycle detection flow rate depends on your sensor size:
For ½ inch, the minimum flow rate is 0.8 liters/min
For ¾ inch, the minimum flow rate is 3.4 liters/min
For 1 inch, the minimum flow rate is 6.7 liters/min
If the App doesn’t measure your asset’s flow rate correctly, it could be because the flow rate is not high enough to trigger a measurement. The minimum flow rate depends on your sensor size:
For ½ inch, the minimum flow rate is 0.08 liters/min
For ¾ inch, the minimum flow rate is 0.34 litesr/min
For 1 inch, the minimum flow rate is 0.67 liters/min
Unfortunately, with our current design, if some messages are lost during the transmission while a flow is running through the sensor, then the associated flow rate will be corrupted. The values shown will be inaccurate (too high). Similarly, for the flow quantities, the instantaneous flow consumption (i.e., the amount of water consumed at a specific moment in time, for example, during one hour) will represent an accumulation of all the flow quantities that were not transmitted before. However, please note that this only applies to the flow rate and the instantaneous flow quantity. The total (cumulated) flow quantity should remain correct.
The flow range covered by the sensors varies depending on their size. If your measurements do not match your expectations, please check that you are within the operational range:
- For ½ inch, the flow range is 0.4-20 liters/min
- For ¾ inch, the flow range is 2-30 liters/min
- For 1 inch, the flow range is 3-45 liters/min