The Liberty Pumps NightEye™ app allows users to remotely monitor the condition of their NightEye™ enabled Liberty Pumps products - from anywhere in the world. The NightEye™ app will allow you to configure your device to send push notifications, SMS messages, and emails (up to 4 different contacts) that will keep you in touch with the status of your Liberty Pumps product. Using our custom designed cloud-based system, the app will alert you to potential problems that are occurring with your pump system. Below is a list of just a few of the standard notifications:
• High Water Level
• Low Ambient Temperature (configurable to notify you if the temperature falls below a set level)
• Loss of Wifi
• Replace 9V backup battery
• Loss of AC power
For peace of mind about your basement when you can’t be home, upgrade to NightEye™ enabled product from Liberty Pumps today!
Requires a wireless internet connection and at least (1) NightEye™ enabled product. (The app can control multiple NightEye™ enabled devices.)
• Liberty Pumps ALM-EYE Series – Pump alarm systems
• Liberty Pumps 442-EYE Series – 12V Battery Back-up Sump Pump Systems
• SumpJet SJ10A-EYE - Water Powered Back-up Pump System
• P380-EYE Series - Pre-Assembled Sewage Pump System with NightEye™ High Water Alarm
* Updated notification messages
* Asynchronous Add Device process
* Using latest eImp SDK
Ratings and Reviews
I purchased the ALM-2 EYE and installed the app without any issues. The app was easy to setup. Everything works as intended. I usually don't review apps, but based on prior reviews I was hesistant to buy the ALM-2_EYE, but I'm glad I did. I purchased the ALM-2-EYE after our prior waste pump failed and the only indcator was that the shower drain was backed up, thankfully no real damage this time. Hopefiully this alarm will notify me when the pump fails again, as to avoid any damage from waste water backing up. Not sure why prior review are so bad, but don't let those reviews prevent you from purchasing the LibertyPump Alarm.
The user interface does not look like it belongs on an iOS device. Notifications come sporadically, if at all. Now, as of 2/28, the app won't connect to the Liberty Pumps servers at all. Despite every other network app working fine, it insists that I should check my internet connection and try again later. This is a classic example of why iot devices should not be completely dependent on the manufacturer to keep a web service running in order for the device to be accessible. Despite spending hundreds of dollars for this system, I'm forever dependent on them in order to continue using it.
The software installs but every time I try and add a device it times out. If you hit try again the app freezes.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.