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Essential tool for vacation rentals

Water is pretty expensive in California, but guests from out of state aren’t always as mindful of the drought conditions and the need to conserve. My vacation rental is usually quite profitable, but families that bring extra guests or use significantly more water than they should push my water bill

Locating your water line

bluebot can be placed on nearly any water line made of Copper, PVC or Galvanized Steel between 3/4″ – 2″ in diameter. While we recommend placing your first bluebot device on your main water line to capture the total flow of your home, you may also place additional devices on

Connecting to Wi-Fi

Prior to installing your device, we recommend holding your phone within 3″ of the installation location you have chosen for bluebot. Ensuring your phone is connected to the Wi-Fi network you intend to use for bluebot, you must have at least two bars of signal at this location in order

Signal Quality

During setup, and from within each device information screen, you may notice a representation of signal strength: Strong, Weak and Poor. To ensure a strong connection, the device will not complete setup with a Poor connection, where signal strength is below 65. A Strong signal is a achieved when the

Customizing your device

Within your device information screen in the bluebot water app, select “Device Label” and “Device Color” to change the name of your device, and the color shown on the graph. This is especially useful when monitoring multiple water lines or locations, such as a main line, irrigation, pool, or guest

Inputting your water bill

bluebot is actively learning how each municipality calculates water bills for their area. Soon, you will be able to input your zip code and recent water bill amount (gallons and cost) for bluebot to configure your estimated cost per gallon and forecast your upcoming usage costs, before they get out

Real Time Flow

Thanks to bluebot’s patented ultrasonic sensor technology, you are able to monitor flow in nearly instant real-time. This unique access to your water data allows you to identify unusual water events and keep a close handle on your usage.

Configuring Alerts

From the bluebot water app, tap the bell icon on the home navigation bar to view the alerts screen. From here, you can manage and configure your device-specific alerting. You can also add alerts from within the individual device screen, under the ‘Bill & Alerts’ section.

How to setup bluebot

Thanks to our universal installation, it’s a very seamless process. The total setup and installation process generally takes about 20 minutes to complete. The bluebot setup guide provides insight into locating your home’s main water line and identifying the ideal location for your bluebot device. Download the bluebot setup guide,

Meet bluebot

The world’s first universal water meter, designed to put you in control of your water usage. Simply clamp it onto the outside of your copper or PVC water line. Monitor your water usage in real time through the bluebot water app, set custom alerts to avoid surprises, and gain a

Essential tool for vacation rentals

Water is pretty expensive in California, but guests from out of state aren’t always as mindful of the drought conditions and the need to conserve. My vacation rental is usually quite profitable, but families that bring extra guests or use significantly more water than they should push my water bill

Locating your water line

bluebot can be placed on nearly any water line made of Copper, PVC or Galvanized Steel between 3/4″ – 2″ in diameter. While we recommend placing your first bluebot device on your main water line to capture the total flow of your home, you may also place additional devices on

Connecting to Wi-Fi

Prior to installing your device, we recommend holding your phone within 3″ of the installation location you have chosen for bluebot. Ensuring your phone is connected to the Wi-Fi network you intend to use for bluebot, you must have at least two bars of signal at this location in order

Signal Quality

During setup, and from within each device information screen, you may notice a representation of signal strength: Strong, Weak and Poor. To ensure a strong connection, the device will not complete setup with a Poor connection, where signal strength is below 65. A Strong signal is a achieved when the

Customizing your device

Within your device information screen in the bluebot water app, select “Device Label” and “Device Color” to change the name of your device, and the color shown on the graph. This is especially useful when monitoring multiple water lines or locations, such as a main line, irrigation, pool, or guest

Inputting your water bill

bluebot is actively learning how each municipality calculates water bills for their area. Soon, you will be able to input your zip code and recent water bill amount (gallons and cost) for bluebot to configure your estimated cost per gallon and forecast your upcoming usage costs, before they get out

Real Time Flow

Thanks to bluebot’s patented ultrasonic sensor technology, you are able to monitor flow in nearly instant real-time. This unique access to your water data allows you to identify unusual water events and keep a close handle on your usage.

Configuring Alerts

From the bluebot water app, tap the bell icon on the home navigation bar to view the alerts screen. From here, you can manage and configure your device-specific alerting. You can also add alerts from within the individual device screen, under the ‘Bill & Alerts’ section.

How to setup bluebot

Thanks to our universal installation, it’s a very seamless process. The total setup and installation process generally takes about 20 minutes to complete. The bluebot setup guide provides insight into locating your home’s main water line and identifying the ideal location for your bluebot device. Download the bluebot setup guide,

Meet bluebot

The world’s first universal water meter, designed to put you in control of your water usage. Simply clamp it onto the outside of your copper or PVC water line. Monitor your water usage in real time through the bluebot water app, set custom alerts to avoid surprises, and gain a

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