Wireless, battery-powered water monitoring

Trimble's Telog® 41 Series of wireless, battery-powered sensors for water monitoring applications are Internet of Things (IoT) sensors that use innovative, low-power, Long-Range (LoRa® technology) wireless communications to remotely measure and monitor water, wastewater and groundwater systems including water pressures, flows, levels and rainfall volumes.

Jan 16th, 2017
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Trimble’s Telog® 41 Series of wireless, battery-powered sensors for water monitoring applications are Internet of Things (IoT) sensors that use innovative, low-power, Long-Range (LoRa® technology) wireless communications to remotely measure and monitor water, wastewater and groundwater systems including water pressures, flows, levels and rainfall volumes. The sensors work in combination with Telog cloud-hosted and on-premise software to allow utilities to more easily and economically deploy wireless monitoring. The sensors extend across a utility’s existing monitoring programs for better tracking, measurement and reporting of water usage, sanitary and combined sewer overflows (CSO/SSO) and flooding, leakage and non-revenue water (NRW).

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