Gas Bottle Level Monitor & App

$ 89

Never run out of gas unexpectedly again!



SmartConnect range

  • Compact, lightweight, tough, water and dust resistant
  • Suits most portable domestic gas bottles
  • Communicates with smartphones via Bluetooth
  • Free SmartSense app via Google Play and iTunes App Store
  • Can be used via JHub and Odyssey apps
  • Easy DIY installation with extra strong magnets

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How to check gas bottle level?

Gas bottle level monitor SmartSense takes the guess work out of the question.

Download SmartSense app, synchronise the sensor and attach it to the bottom of the gas cylinder.  Now you can get an exact answer – right on your smartphone!

Setup the size of your gas bottle or choose from the standard Australian gas bottle sizes. Configure the alarm threshold and the information to be displayed as percentage or centimetres.

Use your smartphone to monitor as many gas bottles as you want, and never run out of gas unexpectedly.

Caravanners running their heaters and fridges on gas; café owners using outdoor gas heaters; BBQ lovers and everybody else using liquified gas will find this app to be highly useful and convenient. No more warm water testing, weighing gas bottles or fortune telling – you’ve got an app for that!

The SmartSense sensor has a standard non-rechargeable 3V round battery CR2032. SmartSense app works on all devices that have Bluetooth 4.0 + Low Energy (BLE).

If used as a part of SmartConnect range with JHub or Odyssey apps, requires ControlNode103 (for JHub users) or OdysseyLink103 (for Odyssey users).

Weight0.05 kg


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    Save the Stress

    We, like a lot of people we’re stuck in the fires over December/January 2019-20. The sensors gave us a piece of mind in being able to accurately asses what we had available to us. This ensured that we could share what we had with others in need, in a much better way than ‘waiting for a bottle to run dry’ or ‘trying to find refill points as often as possible’. I would recommend the sensor, why wouldn’t you want just a little less stress in life?

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