Van Essen Diver-Link Cellular Telemetry System

The Van Essen Diver-Link cellular telemetry system is durable and easy to install with AT&T/T-Mobile networks that can be used in a variety of borehole locations such as flush mount and stick-up wells.

Features

  • Automatic barometric compensation: no post processing of data
  • 5+ years of battery life
  • Compatible with all Diver data loggers and cables
Starting At $833.00
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Overview
The Van Essen Diver-Link is a telemetry unit that is part of Diver-NETZ, a complete remote monitoring system that integrates field instrumentation with wireless communication and data management to effectively manage (ground)water resources. The Van Essen Diver-Link is suitable for continuous long- and short-term monitoring projects.

Durable
The Van Essen Diver-Link is a durable and easy to install telemetry unit that can be used in a variety of borehole locations such as flush mount and stick-up wells. The Diver-Link transmits data from a Diver data logger over a cellular network. Easily integrate the Diver-Link into the Diver-HUB web portal for real-time management of site data, monitoring equipment and water levels.

Compact Design
The Diver-Link combines a compact design with the latest 4G/LTE wireless technology. Configuration and management of the unit is easily done through the Diver-HUB web portal. Deployment of the Diver-Link simply consists of inserting the battery and connecting the unit to a Diver. In the field, the Diver-Link can be operated through Bluetooth Smart or using the magnetic function keys to activate the unit. Future firmware updates are automatically executed ‘over-the-air’, so there is no need for additional site visits.

Questions & Answers
Will the Diver-Link work with cellular networks outside the US?
The DN421 and DN422 versions are for cellular networks in North America only. A different version of the Diver-Link is available for cellular networks outside of North America. Contact Van Essen for more information on this.
Does the price of the Van Essen Diver-Link Cellular Telemetry System include a cellular account, or do you need to get your own AT&T account?
The Diver-Link does not include the micro SIM card so you will either need to add the data transmission option or acquire your own micro SIM prior to installation.
What is the gender of the SMA connector on the Diver-Link box?
The Diver-Link has a female SMA connector to mate with an antenna cable with male SMA connector.
Are there any additional data plans for the Van Essen Diver-Link?
The 1 measurement/hour and 1 transmission/day is the limit for what can be remotely monitored with the Diver-Link cellular telemetry system/data plan. User-supplied SIM cards and accounts can be set up individually for deployments that require more frequent sample/transmit rates. 
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