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The Leeo Alert is compatible with smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms and with water leak detectors that are already installed in your house. It “hears” the specific noise that these make and lets you know of any potential danger. The standard smoke alarms emit the Temporal 3 signal T3, which is a sharp noise or long beeps in sequences of 3 separated by a pause, while the carbon monoxide alarms emit a Temporal 4 T4 signal, which consist of short beeps in sequence of 4 separated by a pause and, lastly, the continuous tone water alarms make a sharp prolonged beep. This means that the alarm won’t start from other noises in the house, like a microwave or from a fridge which has the door open for too long. Note: Right now, the water alarm feature only works using the iOS app, but the manufacturer promised that the Android version will also have it available soon. When the device will recognize the specific alarm, it will flash red and you will receive an alert on your phone it can also call you. You can set the device to play a short recorded message of the sound of the alarm when you are called some complained about the low volume. Besides your own phone number, you can set other emergency contacts on the app: it will try to contact you first by pushing a notification, then call you and if you don’t answer/acknowledge the notification alarm, it will contact the other numbers you added to the list. So, in case of smoke, you will get a notification: Smoke alert, Emergency, which will prompt you can take action, by listening to the 5 second recording of the beeping, calling 911 or clicking on the “false alarm” button. The app gives you the numbers of the local authorities to contact in case of an emergency what’s great about this, is the fact that it will direct you to the authorities close to the location of the device, not close to your current location, which I think it’s smart. The app won’t alert the authorities on its own, but it makes the reaction more quickly for you, by giving the necessary options.