Solinst LevelSender 5 Cellular Telemetry System

The Solinst LevelSender 5 is a simple, low-cost system designed to wirelessly send data from Solinst dataloggers in the field, via cellular communication, to multiple emails and an SMS recipient.

Features

  • Sized to fit inside a standard 2" well casing
  • Remote data sent via email or SMS messaging
  • Use database to import to a website or list
$984.00
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Overview
The Solinst Level Sender 5 receives data on any chosen smart device. Solinst provides the option of a pre-programmed LevelSender with 4G SIM APN setup. The Solinst SIM card scans multiple networks and connects to the strongest signal. Low-cost, dataonly plans are billed directly through Solinst for convenience.

Compact Remote Stations
Can be discreetly installed inside a 2" diameter monitoring well or other housing. Each LevelSender 5 device has a single port to connect one datalogger. An optional splitter provides connections for two dataloggers, allowing installation of a Levelogger and Barologger in the same well. Along with water level, temperature, conductivity, barometric, or rainfall data, battery level and status updates from the remote LevelSender 5 are received with each data report.

  • Modem: 4G LTE UE Category M1/NB1 device (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)
  • SIM Card: Standard SIM (15mm x 25mm); option of Solinst SIM or through service provider of client’s choice
  • Communication: Email or SMS data transfer, Dynamic IP
  • Antenna: SMA Male Monopole 2dBi
  • Data File Type: text, .xle, .sqlite
  • Sampling Interval: 1 minute - 99 hours
  • Reporting Interval: 5 minutes - 99 hours
  • Schedule Programming: Directly via USB-C connection on the LevelSender or remotely via LevelSender Software (email)
  • Power Supply: 3 x AA 1.5V replaceable lithium batteries
  • Battery Life Example: Hourly sampling and daily reporting: 4 years with 1 datalogger, 3.3 years with 2 dataloggers
  • Operating Temperature: -20ºC to 60ºC
  • IP Rating: IP67
  • Materials: Black Delrin, 316 stainless steel
  • Size: 2.5" x 9.375" (with antenna folded down)
  • Weight: 16.9 oz. (478 grams)
  • Compatible Dataloggers: Levelogger 5 Series dataloggers, LevelVent 5, AquaVent 5, as well as previous versions of the LevelVent and AquaVent, and Levelogger Edge Series dataloggers
  • Number of Connected Leveloggers: 1, or 2 using a splitter
  • Barometric Compensation: Internal barometer for automatic barometric compensation of water level data if a Barologger is not being used (not required for vented loggers)
  • Internal Barometer Range: 30 kPa - 120 kPa
  • Internal Barometer Accuracy: ±0.2 kPa (20 cm)
  • (1) LevelSender
  • (1) 2" Well Cap
  • (1) Hanger Bracket
  • (1) Set of Batteries
  • (1) Antenna
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