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Van Essen Diver-Gate(M) Radio Receiver

Van Essen Diver-Gate(M) Radio Receiver

Description

The Diver-Gate(M) is a portable low-power device that communicates wirelessly with the Diver-DXT to retrieve data from Diver dataloggers within a range of 500 meters.

Features

  • A fully charged battery can be used for one or more days in the field
  • Radio range to Diver-DXT up to 500m line of sight
  • Light weight and small form factor
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The Diver-Gate(M) is a portable low-power device that communicates wirelessly with the Diver-DXT to retrieve data from Diver dataloggers within a range of 500 meters. The Diver-Gate(M) is connected to a laptop equipped with Diver-Office.

Advantages of the Diver-Gate(M) system are:

  • Improve efficiency by up to 85% by collecting field data wirelessly from multiple wells
  • Safely collect data wirelessly in areas where wildlife or environmental hazards may pose a safety risk
  • Achieve precise measurements of groundwater levels, temperature and conductivity with reliable Diver dataloggers
  • Install effortlessly in virtually any environment and in most monitoring wells
  • Simplify project workflows by automatically processing monitoring data
  • Manage, analyze, visualize, and report your monitoring data using user-friendly desktop software and/or a secure online portal
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Van Essen Diver-Gate(M) Radio Receiver AS345 Diver-Gate(M) radio receiver
$670.00
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