Van Essen Diver-Link Cellular Telemetry System

The Van Essen Diver-Link cellular telemetry system is a 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
$749.00
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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.
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