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Solinst 9500 LevelSender 5 Telemetry system

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Available for Rent, price on enquiry.

Solinst 9500 LevelSender 5 Telemetry system

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The 9500 LevelSender 5 is a simple, low cost telemetry system that is compact enough to fit inside a 2″ (50 mm) well casing.

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Description

The 9500 LevelSender 5 is a simple, low cost telemetry system that is compact enough to fit inside a 2″ (50 mm) well casing. You can connect up to two dataloggers to one LevelSender 5. System setup is ideal for adding telemetry to existing Levelogger installations on Direct Read Cables.

A built-in barometer automatically compensates Levelogger water level data. The LevelSender 5 is also compatible with LevelVent 5 and AquaVent 5 vented dataloggers.

The LevelSender 5 uses 4G cellular communication to send data from connected dataloggers in the field to a Home Station PC database, as well as your smart device using email or text messaging.

For increased simplicity and convenience, Solinst provides a plug-and-play option with a preprogrammed SIM card and competitive cellular service plan managed and billed directly through Solinst.

Initial set up is done through a user-friendly software wizard at the Home Station. There is two-way communication between remote dataloggers and the Home Station, allowing remote updates as required.

In addition to water level, temperature, conductivity, barometric, or rainfall data, battery level and status updates from the remote LevelSender 5 are received with each data report.

This product is compatible with STS Edge and Datastream.

Additional information

Size

2" (50 mm)

Suitable for

Up to 2 dataloggers

Functionality

Integrated Systems

Available for Rent

Yes

Supplier

Solinst

Datasheet

Manual

Additional Documents


Enquiry

Our sales staff are highly trained and would be happy to take your call or email to discuss any product or service. We provide obligation-free quotes on everything from single dataloggers to large monitoring programs!