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Eno Scientific Well Watch 670 Water Level Meter

Eno Scientific Well Watch 670 Water Level Meter

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The Well Watch 670 sonic water level meter utilizes sound waves and adaptive sensor technology for the most accurate readings.

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  • Built-in display allows for view of real-time data and control of settings
  • Data logger stores up to 25 million time/date stamped log points
  • SCADA & telemetry compatible
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The Well Watch 670 is a line of sonic water level meters designed for semi-permanent installation. These units utilize sound waves and adaptive sensor technology to learn the makeup of a particular well allowing for the most accurate readings. The Well Watch meters were designed to be a solution for the long term monitoring needs of agricultural, municipal, environmental or production well owner/operators.

The Well Watch 670 includes a built-in display with keypad which allows the user to view real time data and to easily control the internal settings.  It also has a built-in data logger capable of logging up to 25 million time/date stamped data points. This is the perfect tool to monitor and trend water levels and usage. Utilize this data to prevent over use of a well and save yourself from a potential costly repair from a burned up pump.

These units are easy to install in virtually any well setup. Each Well Watch unit comes with 3 MPT threaded nozzles, 1/2", 3/4" and 1" in diameter. Simply choose the nozzle which fits into the vent hole on your well seal and screw the Well Watch tightly in place. Attachments can be used to angle the units for tight fitting spaces since the Well Watch does not need to be vertical to get a good reading. Then, choose from the multiple output options available to work with your application, including RS232, RS485 (Modbus), 4-20mA, 0-5V Analog, and USB. These are a perfect for monitoring remote wells or as a back up in case of a SCADA system crash.

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