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    Leek Water Detector

     

    The H20-D Leek water detector was designed by John Leek to let the diver know if water is present inside your water proof housing. The sensor circuit on the bottom of the electronic board will cause the LED warning light to rapidly flash when water is present. This may help you get the housing out of the water before water can damage your camera. It will not help with a full flood though the warning light is flashing.

    The H2O-D Does Not Prevent Floods. It is only a water detector and warning light.

    The electronic unit is sealed with the battery so you won’t need to change batteries. To test the operation of the sensor just place a damp finger across the silver sensor bars to make the yellow LED flash.

    You should always check your housing seal. By placing your housing in a water container for a minute, look to see if there are any leaks before you begin your dive.

    • Place the electronic board under the camera.

    • Place warning LED next to viewfinder

    • Flashing yellow LED means there is moisture present.

    Customer Testimonial

    "Just thought I would let you know that the leek detector that I purchased from you saved my 2 week long dive trip to Chuuk and Palau. I was deep inside one of the holds on the twilight dive, my lcd was screen blacked out to save power, and the leek detector started to blink. In that low light, there is no way that I would have noticed without it. I checked the housing and one of the controls had developed a very small, slow leak. I called the dive and swam straight back to the boat and was able to salvage my camera. Since I didn't have a spare housing with me and no one felt comfortable changing the O-rings (Canon UW housing), I ended up diving with the same housing the rest of the trip, not using this particular control (it only leaked when I used the control) and used the leek detector as my early warning in case there were any more problems. If I hadn't bought this I wouldn't have realized it till I went to set up my next shot and it probably would have been too late.
    Cheers!! Ryan"
    Price $19.95