SJE Rhombus, an expert in quality pump control solutions for water and wastewater applications, introduced the Xpert Alert Wi-Fi indoor alarm system, providing the style and features of its regular Xpert Alert offering, plus Wi-Fi connectivity for 24/7 home protection.

The Xpert Alert Wi-Fi system helps prevent potentially costly damage due to flooding, pump failure or freezing pipes by monitoring and reporting any residential alarm condition with notifications sent either locally, via audible and visual alarms, or remotely via SMS text messages and/or emails over a Wi-Fi or Ethernet network.

The system works with the homeowner’s existing Wi-Fi or Ethernet network, meaning there are no monthly fees or contracts. Since it does not rely on a cellular connection, this is a viable solution even for areas with poor cellular service.

When the high water float rises with the tank level, the alarm is activated, alerting the homeowner of potentially threatening liquid level conditions. When alarm conditions occur, the homeowner is notified by text and/or email message.

The alarm also monitors low temperature conditions, alerting the homeowner when the temperature drops below 40°F (4°C) — a function that can be disabled in cold climates.

Additionally, the Xpert Alert Wi-Fi indoor alarm system includes auxiliary contacts for attachment of remote devices and has an automatic alarm reset. The switching mechanism operates on low voltage and is isolated from the power line to reduce the possibility of shock and the complete package includes a standard SJE MilliAmpMaster control switch.

The system is CSA certified and covered by SJE Rhombus’ five-year limited warranty. Learn more at

SJE markets three brands — CSI Controls, PRIMEX and SJE Rhombus — that deliver pump controls for a wide range of residential, commercial, municipal and industrial applications. The company, based in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, does business globally from multiple locations across the United States and Asia. SJE is employee-owned and privately held. To learn more, visit