NexSens G2-INW Water Level & Quality Monitor

The NexSens G2-INW provides live data access to any Seametrics Smart Sensor. Included solar power pack and integral cellular system provide real-time data and notifications.

Features

  • Simple integration with automatic sensor detection on Seametrics (formerly INW) Smart Sensors
  • Real-time cellular data transmission and water quality alert notifications
  • Logger, transmitter, and solar power pack incorporated into a streamline design
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NexSens G2-INW Water Level & Quality MonitorG2-INW-VZ4G Water level & quality monitor for Seametrics smart sensors, Verizon 4G LTE cellular telemetry
$2,495.00
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NexSens G2-INW Water Level & Quality Monitor G2-INW-AT4G Water level & quality monitor for Seametrics smart sensors, AT&T 4G LTE cellular telemetry
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The NexSens G2-INW Water Level & Quality Monitor is specifically designed to interface with Seametrics (formerly INW) Smart Sensors. It has an integrated data logger and cellular modem to provide real-time connectivity to the instrument’s readings. This uniquely simple solution allows existing monitoring locations to add real-time data with minimal effort at a fraction of the cost compared to other data logger solutions.

G2-INW can be configured directly from any web browser without the need for costly site visits and complicated connections. The system wirelessly transmits water quality data to WQData LIVE’s cloud-based data management platform at user-defined intervals. Paired with WQData LIVE’s configurable alerts, users can be automatically notified of data outliers or other anomalies directly on a mobile device or computer. Historical data can be viewed, graphed, and downloaded from WQData LIVE for additional analysis.

Designed for simplicity, the G2-INW includes an SP8 solar power pack to allow for long-term deployments without the need for frequent site visits and maintenance. The integrated cellular modem with bundled NexSens hosted service provides real-time communication without the complexities of setting up a cell account. A compact and integrated design with all parts pre-mounted to a 2” NPT pipe makes deployment simple.

*To ensure reliable data transmission, confirm the availability of Verizon 4G service at deployment location.

G2-INW Logger
Mounting: 2" NPT pipe thread (Wall/Panel mount capable)
Material
: Aluminum mast, polycarbonate enclosure
Weight: 19 lbs.
Dimensions: 26” height, 9.9" width
Temperature Range: -30 to 80 °C
Rating: IP65
Memory: Over 20M data points before rollover (Over 30 years with 8 parameters and a 15 minute interval)
Sensor Connector: M12
Power Pack: SP8 - 8W solar panel with 12V 6AHr SLA battery
Power Connector: NexSens UW-6 Receptacle
Communication: NexSens hosted Verizon 4G cellular modem
Transmission Trigger: Parameter threshold, time-based
User Interface: NexSens WQData LIVE 2.0 web portal
Log Interval: User configurable from 1 minute (15 minute default)1
User Parameters: Parameter list dependent on configuration of attached instrument
Diagnostic Data Parameters: Input Power, Internal Pressure, Internal Temperature, Internal Humidity, Cell Signal Strength, Cell Module Power, Processor Power, Processor Current, RTC Power, Cell Module Current, Cell Status

1System power consumption and availability vary based on configuration and location. Please utilize the Power Calculator to determine application specific requirements.

  • (1) G2-INW Logger (mounted)
  • (1) Solar Power Pack (mounted)
  • (1) 24" long 2" NPT pipe with equipment pre-mounted
  • (1) Cellular Antenna (installed)
  • (1) Quick Start Card
Questions & Answers
Can the system use other telemetry like Iridium satellite if not in 4G network?

No, G2 systems are only compatible with cellular networks in North America. The X2 Environmental Data Logger is compatible with Seametrics sensors and supports Iridium satellite communications.

How much set up is required from my end prior to deployment?

The G2-series are built for minimal set-up from the customer therefore all you need to do when you receive the unit is secure the pre-mounted system to a base, configure the sensor with WQData, plug in solar power and you're ready to go.

Please, mind that only logged in users can submit questions

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