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NexSens G2-UW Environmental Monitor

NexSens G2-UW Environmental Monitor

Description

The NexSens G2-UW Environmental Monitor is designed to interface with a variety of sensors via mating UW plug connector.

Features

  • Simple integration with automatic sensor detection on supported sensors
  • Real-time cellular data transmission and alert notifications
  • Logger, transmitter, and solar power pack incorporated into a streamline design
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The NexSens G2-UW Environmental Monitor is designed to interface with a variety of sensors via mating UW plug connector. Options include water level sensors, velocity sensors, thermistor strings, and more. The G2-UW features an integrated data logger and cellular modem to provide real-time connectivity to the sensor’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-UW can be configured directly from any web browser without the need for costly site visits and complicated connections. The system wirelessly transmits environmental 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-UW includes an SP6 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 premounted to a 2” NPT pipe makes deployment simple.

Notable Specifications:

G2-UW Logger
Mounting: 2" NPT pipe thread (wall/panel mount capable)
Material
: Aluminum mast, polycarbonate enclosure
Weight: 19 lbs.
Dimensions: 9.9” Width; 26” Height
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: NexSens UW-8 receptacle
Power Pack: SP66W 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
Compatible Sensors: APG PT-500 (Modbus Output), FloWav PSA-AV, NexSens T-Node FR, NexSens TS210, SonTek-IQ

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

What's Included:
  • (1) G2-UW 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
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NexSens G2-UW Environmental Monitor G2-UW Cellular environmental monitor
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NexSens Underwater Cable Assemblies UW-0.5 Underwater cable assembly, 0.5m
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NexSens Underwater Cable Assemblies UW-1 Underwater cable assembly, 1m
$150.00
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NexSens Underwater Cable Assemblies UW-1.5 Underwater cable assembly, 1.5m
$155.00
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NexSens Underwater Cable Assemblies UW-2 Underwater cable assembly, 2m
$160.00
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NexSens Underwater Cable Assemblies UW-3 Underwater cable assembly, 3m
$170.00
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NexSens Underwater Cable Assemblies UW-4 Underwater cable assembly, 4m
$179.00
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$189.00
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