It doesn’t have the home/away that stream labs water meter has so the interface looks slightly different.
It will turn to ‘wet’ if a Low Flow Leak is detected by Flume Water Meter.
Also you will need to adjust for your time zone line 337.
Since it’s a frankenstein app it might have redundant methods…feel free to clean up methods or debug statements as you see fit.
Acknowledgements: My first Smartthings app and groovy stab, want to thank @windsurfer99 for his implementation: [RELEASE] StreamLabs Smart Home Water Meter Interface
also thank michaeldavie https://community.home-assistant.io/t/flume-water-meter/124485/42
and this one not sure who the author is https://www.reddit.com/r/homesecurity/comments/5f98l5/smartthings_and_scout_alarm_integration/
I ended up using bits of this and that, some custom tweaks here and there, and after a lot of log.debug statements using web Smartthings IDE that at times provides zero stack tracing I created this Flume frankenstein app…Again enjoy… First github contribution too woohoo, more to come, stay tuned.