Parrot Flower Power Plant Health Sensor

  • €49.95
  • Overview

    Give your plant the best chance in life with this Flower Power plant sensor, which reads your plant's environment and communicates its needs straight to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch using the free Flower Power app. Planted close to a plant, either in the ground or a pot, Flower Power measures attributes that are key to a plant's health, including soil moisture, fertiliser, ambient temperature and light intensity.

    Highlights

    To-do list helps you pre-empt your plant's needs

    Notifications of plant health sent directly to your iOS device

    Easy to use

    Did you notice?

    The Flower Power app enables you to receive notifications relating to your plant's health directly to your iOS device.

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    Monitoring your plant's health, thereby giving it the best chance of thriving.

    What's in the Box?

    Parrot Flower Power plant sensor

    Quick-start guide

    AAA battery

    Tech Specs

    Height: 19 cm/7.5 in.

    Width: 2 cm/0.8 in.

    Weight: 340 g

    Length: 7 cm/2.8 in.

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: PF900000AA

    UPC or EAN No.: 3520410018046

    Warranty

    Note: Apple's One-Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer's warranty provided by the product manufacturer — please see your product box and literature for details. Benefits under the manufacturer's warranty are in addition to rights provided by consumer law. For details, click here.

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    iPhone Models

    iPad Models

    iPod Models

    • iPod touch 4th Generation
    • iPod touch 5th Generation 32GB/64GB
    • iPod touch 5th Generation 16GB
  • Answers from the community

    • Can I use this with the iPad air 2?
      • Asked by Maureen S from Phoenix
      • on 03-Dec-2014
    • Can one Parrot Flower Plant Sensor handle more than one plant at a time?
      • Asked by Anna B from Broomfield
      • on 09-Jul-2014

      Answer

      Hi Anna, I recommend you create a new plant in your garden for your plumeria. All data regarding y Hi Anna, I recommend you create a new plant in your garden for your plumeria. All data regarding your hibiscus before you start monitoring your plumeria remains stored, it's just that you will no longer get reminder in your agenda regarding your hibiscus. If you've been following the advices of Flower Power regarding your hibiscus for at least one month, you should be used to what needs to be done and can therefore keep on taking care of it this way. You can progress same way for another plan that you would like to add to your garden :o) Other option, I checked quickly in the PlandDB in the Flower Power app and I found out that these 2 types of plants required a similar amount of water/ sun/ temperature (although you might need to confirm that depending on the exact type of yours) and they could be therefore installed in the same pot and monitored together. Hope this helps! Mathieu

      • Written by Mathieu P from Paris
      • on 12-Jul-2014
    • Answer

      Hi there I have one of the parrot flower power garden monitors and I'll try fill you in on how I thi Hi there I have one of the parrot flower power garden monitors and I'll try fill you in on how I think it would be good and bad for a pro gardener Pros: it does exactly the area's you asked for monitoring sunlight levels, water in the ground and fertiliser levels, it does this by comparing the readings taken from the device to a large database of plants/trees kept in "the cloud" so it's not just telling you the raw data which of course can be viewed but it will push alerts to an apple device (possibly other like android not sure) to say the water levels low for this type of plant or similar for the other areas, Scientific style transducers used to gather data well the same as used over the years two prongs a set distance apart and knower resistance points of different materials (dry soil, wet soil, fertiliser level), lux meter for sunlight and temp sensor for soil temp. Database has loads of info even if the sensor is not monitoring that plant you can still look up loads of relevant data but then again I'm sure you already have enough knowledge and sources there, Cons: You need a newer device from Apple so iPhone 4S and above and iPads it's the mini and above. Basically anything with the new Bluetooth 4.0 standard, While the app can handle many sensors the sensor is limited to a specific area that it's in so many trees = many sensors @ 70.00 each. You need to get within a few feet of the sensors to retrieve the data to the phone which in turn sends it to the cloud for analysis against the database I mentioned earlier this is fine when it's by the backdrop in my case but for you it would mean a daily trip to where the sensors are located to get the data. This is what I've thought of so far I hope it helps I love the one I've got it actually helped us save a problem citrus transplant we have. If it was me I'd get say 2 and use them to test garden beds over a short period so you can be sure you know what's going on exactly.

      • Written by Eddie P from Frankston
      • on 30-Jun-2014

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