Water monitoring in California? You need to monitor groundwater volume and groundwater availability? Yep, Valarm does that!
You’ll learn in this blog post how you can easily and rapidly deploy our cost-effective water sensor monitoring solutions. This summer we worked with Dudek to deploy Valarm water well monitoring systems (water well levels and water usage / flow) near a San Diego county golf course in sunny Southern California. It was a hot day for Lorenzo, Pawel, and Edward – plenty of sunblock and fluids were needed to avoid heatstroke!
The first step was to set up a long-range WiFi access point at the golf course. Then line of sight internet access was available for miles around, most importantly at each of the water well monitoring locations equipped with the following key components:
- Ethernet sensor hubs compatible with Tools.Valarm.net
- 4-20mA sensor adapters
- PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) sensor adapters
- In-Situ Level Troll water level sensors / pressure transducers
- McCrometer EA618 water flow / usage sensors
Take a gander at a Valarm web dashboard made for monitoring your remote equipment and assets, like water wells, on any mobile or stationary device with a web browser!
Below is a detailed picture with labels for each of the components used in this deployment so you have an idea how easy it is to set up your Valarm monitoring units to monitor anything, anywhere with Valarm Tools Cloud.
Note that you can also use Tools.Valarm.net APIs (e.g., JSON) to get all of your real-time sensor data to any endpoints you’d like. And you can use sensors made by any manufacturer like Flowline or Eno Scientific.
You’ll learn how this interactive web dashboard was made to monitor the sensor information from the water wells seen in this write-up!
Please don’t hesitate to contact us at Info@Valarm.net if you’ve got any questions.