No one can always predict problems, but our text & e-mail alerts can help prevent or minimize any impact. La Crosse Alerts Mobile® sensors remotely monitor living space, frozen pipes, leaky roofs, hot tub, spa, patio, water leaks and humidity-induced mold (features vary by model). If it's a concern for you, we likely have it covered!
Minimum 1 gateway* (GW-1000U) and 1 TX60U-IT, TX70U-IT or TX71U-IT La Crosse Alerts Mobile® sensor**
Download app to mobile device*** - follow directions on the screen (for help see http://support.lacrossealertsmobile.com/)
Full Screen*** is available at http://lacrossealertsmobile.com/
* Gateway requires a router, an ethernet port, and high-speed internet service to upload data
** Model numbers are printed on the reverse of each device (package codes vary).
***Mobile device/service not included.
1. Current La Crosse Alerts (lacrossealerts.com) customers will be offered a one-way migrate option for the sensor models (above) to lacrossealertsmobile.com - pending; do not use this app for existing lacrossealerts.com devices.
2. Weather Station displays (e.g. C84612) are not supported on this app - use the lacrossealerts.com website.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Still a beta quality app after a year
Seriously, this came out almost a year ago and they promised it would get better with time. He replaced a website that was fully functional with the kludgy app. Now it's time to tell them what to fix.
Responsiveness. As soon as I start to screw with my finger the screen locks up for a couple seconds before it starts to respond again, then jumping much farther than I intended. Almost unusable.
On the panel screen, the left side really doesn't need to scroll, but it does anyhow which only serves to accomplish making the back button in accessible.
On the charts, for rain, the one hour 24 hour in one week data are all showing at the same scale. That's squishes the most interesting one hour data down to nearly a flat line, while the weekly data, which actually is a flatline, goes across the top of the scale. An easy fix would just be to leave off the weekly line.
The table data could be improved by locking the Row and Column headings, so they don't scroll. Then one could see the identifiers and date/time of the data samples when looking at the things at the bottom of the table and scrolling right to earlier data.
Number one suggestion to the app developer: hey, try using the app yourself!
Fantastic App, sensor and support.
Since I didn’t carefully follow directions and did the male thing, I screwed the sensor and gateway up (mostly gateway) royally. Tried to solve it over the weekend without luck. Tried using a second registration which probably screwed things up more. Gateway would not reset to factory specs.
So Monday morning I called support, left my name, phone # and message. Ninety minutes later a gal called and in 10 minutes had gateway reset, sensor and gateway registered and all working. All this without making me feel like I was unusually stupid.
Yep. Definitely recommend this outfit. Had their non-WiFi products for some time and enjoyed them. Had no problems. The WiFi products looks great too.
Works well, graphs need improvement
I like the app. It works well and after a few hiccups and having to contact support to reset my account things are working well. Reliability and alerts are what make this worth while. It currently takes about 2-3 days for support to respond to an issue, but the quality of support is very good. I would like to see the app add a dashboard that allows user selected temperature and humidity values to be displayed on the homepage instead of having to select each sensor individually. The only real annoyance is the graphs, which have taken a very large decline in usefulness from the web based app that came before; the intervals are much to big at over two hours instead of the user defined interval (used to be as accurate as one minute).
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.