Wireless water usage monitoring

Sponsored by
WaterSignal

WaterSignal has introduced a wireless system that continuously monitors water usage in real-time to help building owners, managers and engineers detect water spikes related to potential catastrophic leaks. A self-contained, non-intrusive monitor listens to the pulse of the water meter, and real-time data is sent wirelessly to a website portal to view the properties' water consumption by the month, day or even down to the hour. And if a major leak occurs, the device alerts the manager or engineer that a water spike above the preset limit has occurred. The alert can be sent to both a computer and a smartphone for the manager to act upon and can be customized for business hours as well as after hours and weekends.

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