In the video above, you’ll learn more about how to effectively monitor water quality with Industrial IoT sensors and Tools.Valarm.net.
These water quality sensors are deployed by government agencies and municipal water authorities in the US to monitor and manage water quality.
We put this video together to give you an idea of how easy, quick, and cost-effective it is for your organization to install water monitoring systems that measure water quality sensors like conductivity / resistivity. You’ll find the full video script below for your reference.
Valarm monitoring systems are used by water treatment plant managers and geologists in the states. The monitoring systems allow you, your teams, and your organization to manage water quality and keep water quality at safe levels. Since these water sensors are the sanitary flange versions, the sensors include National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Traceability Certificates that meet USP requirements.
We’re here and ready to help you, your teams, and other folks at your organization, deploy water monitoring systems. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Info@Valarm.net if you’ve got any questions.
Video Voice Over / Transcript:
Howdy, this is Edward from Valarm.
In this video you’ll learn how our Industrial IoT customers use Tools.Valarm.net software to monitor water quality sensors made by George Fischer GF Signet and other IoT device / sensor hardware manufacturers.
You’re seeing how sensor hubs and 4-20mA sensor adapters from Shop.Valarm.net are uploading real-time water quality sensor measurements to Tools.Valarm.net.
These sanitary water sensors monitor the water quality factor of conductivity or resistivity and output water sensor readings as 4-20 mA signals, which is a common industry standard. (Take a gander at this article if you’re asking ‘Why is Water Conductivity Important?‘, and note that you can use Tools.Valarm.net to monitor any water quality factors like pH, ORP, and TDS)
For these GF Signet water quality sensors, the V+ or positive output from your sensor box connects to the 23V input on channel 1 your 4-20mA sensor adapters. The V- or negative connector goes into your channel 1 signal, which looks kind of like an infinity sign.
If you haven’t already seen it, watch our 4-minute video for how to connect your sensor hubs and sensors to Tools.Valarm.net .
Now you have your Industrial IoT water quality sensor information available on your Valarm Tools Cloud account for mapping, graphing, alerting, API forwarding, business intelligence, analytics, and anything else your heart desires.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch at Info@Valarm.net if you’ve got any questions.
Thank you for watching, and happy water quality monitoring.