Sumpit is a sensor that continuously monitors the lonely and mostly forgotten sump pump and basin found in the basement of many homes. If Sumpit detects a problem, it alerts you immediately via push notification to your phone.
Sumpit is all about peace of mind. Sumpit is the most comprehensive solution available to consumers for sump pump monitoring. It includes the revolutionary “Continuous Depth Measurement” feature; a combination of hardware and software innovation that tracks abnormalities in water depth.
Yes. While Sumpit will notify you immediately and hopefully allow you to take preventative action, it is only a sensor. It does not control your pump in any way. Sumpit is an important component of a complete basement water mitigation solution designed by a qualified contractor.
The Sumpit is simple to install, you don’t need to hire a professional. The unit comes with detailed installation instructions and our support team is available to answer any questions or problems that arise while installing the unit.
In order to install the Sumpit, you place the “anchor” in your sump pit. Next, you plug the Sumpit unit into the outlet that your sump pump is already plugged in to. You then plug your sump pump directly into the Sumpit unit.
Once the Sumpit unit is installed, you connect to it via Wi-Fi using Sumpit’s simple iOS application. Once it is connected, you don’t have to interact with the unit itself -- it will simply monitor your sump basin water level and pump alerting you by push notification. if it detects a problem.
The Sumpit sensor uses air pressure to monitor the your sump pit. As the water in the sump pit increases and decreases the air pressure in the air tube connecting the anchor to the Sumpit unit changes.
During the beta program, Sumpit will notify you via push notifications to your phone. Future releases will allow for the option of email and SMS notifications.
We will alert you within 15 minutes.
For the beta release, Sumpit only supports iOS. Future releases will include Android support.
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No! The Sumpit is meant to be installed permanently.
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