Water/Wastewater

Diver Remote Groundwater Monitoring Technology

Apr 21 2017 Read 393 Times

This next generation of the SDI-12 interface for Divers is part of Van Essen Instruments's Diver remote groundwater monitoring technology. The Diver-SDI is a totally new design and replaces the Diver-DCX.

Some new features include: Major improvement (250 times) in power consumption from 25 mA to 100 µ A stand-by current, Compatible with the latest SDI-12 protocol version 1.4 released July 2016, The Diver-SDI has a built-in pressure and temperature sensor for measuring real-time air temperature and atmospheric pressure, Automatic barometric compensation of the Diver pressure readings. No need for post-processing the pressure data, Dynamic density compensation for accurate water levels in saline conditions when used with the CTD-Diver. Accurate water levels when water density varies due to salt content, External power supply through the SDI-12 system. No internal battery required. The compact Diver-SDI can be mounted inside the well casing for long-term, uninterrupted use.

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