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Smart Water IoT Vertical Kit is equipped with multiple sensors to improve and simplify remote water quality monitoring (pH, Dissolved Oxygen, Conductivity, etc). Using this kit swimming pool conditions can be remotely controlled, and cities can benefit by monitoring the quality of tap water.
This kit is suitable also for potable water monitoring, chemical leakage detection in rivers and the sea, remote measurement of swimming pools and spas, corrosion and limescale deposit, fish tank monitoring and seawater pollution levels.
The data is sent to the Internet by the GW using Ethernet and 4G radios.
Meshlium visualization plugin allows to:
Know more about the Meshlium Visualizer at the Meshlium Technical Guide. Section 16.
* There is no SSH access in the IoT Vertical Kits.
After 100 log-ins a license fee can be acquired to keep on using it.
The irrigation water quality, as well as the correct management of the water resources, is essential for the productivity and efficiency of the crops. Controlling and analyzing water before irrigating is crucial and its quality may vary significantly depending on the time of year. So frequent measurements are recommended. The Spanish company GMV has developed a water quality monitoring system based in Libelium technology. The nodes were installed at the "El Portal" irrigation dam, located on the Guadalete river where it passes through Jerez de la Frontera (Spain).
On May 18th 2015, the Colombian village of Salgar was devastated by a landslide. The La Liboriana river flood caused 83 deaths and left devastation and destruction on the communities all over the area. After this event, the National Unit for Disaster Risk Management – Unidad Nacional para la Gestión de Riesgos de Desastres (UNGRD) in Spanish – designed a plan to monitor and compile information on the La Liboriana, La Clara and Barroso rivers to prevent tragedies like the Salgar landslide. Federmán Comunicaciones, a Colombian company with more than ten years of experience in telecommunications, was responsible for the installation of an early warning system in disaster management in the region based on Libelium technology.
Being Norway one of the world's largest exporters of fish, activities such as trout and salmon spawn become crucial. As one of the first ThingFarm has developed an IoT solution for monitoring the water quality and conditions for living organisms, fishes and plants in rivers and sea. Within the last months of the year, salmons and trouts spawn in rivers all over Norway. To know if all parameters are adapted and stable for the fishes to spawn eggs, knowing the river and water conditions is of great value.
Libelium and Ericsson have joined efforts to check the environmental status of the water standards, the air quality and the noise levels measured in several zones of Tilburg city (NL) to be visualized on a public website.
Aridea Solutions, an engineering company located in West Virginia, has trusted Libelium technology to assist in the development of the WIZARD (Water Intrinsic Zoological Ambient Research Device) Platform. The American company worked in October 2016 on a project for the US Army Corps of Engineers at Robert C. Byrd Locks and Dam to control mussels' ambient and environmental conditions. The aim was to protect them when working in local rivers and streams.
|Meshlium 4G 868/900 AP||1|
|Plug & Sense! SW 868/900-PRO 5dBi||2|
|Conductivity Sensor Probe||2|
|Oxidation Reduction Potential sensor||2|
|Dissolved Oxygen sensor||2|
|Soil/Water temperature (Pt-1000) sensor probe 2m||2|
|Conductivity Calibration Kit, K=0.1||1|
|Conductivity Calibration Kit, K=1||1|
|Conductivity Calibration Kit, K=10||1|
|ORP Calibration Solution||1|
|pH Calibration Kit||1|
|DO Calibration Solution||1|
|Outdoors USB cable||2|
|External solar panel 7V - 500mA (power accessory for P&S!)||2|
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The Plug & Sense! nodes come ready to be used. Our engineers create complete codes for that specific devices. Codes are uploaded and tested one by one, so the user just needs to switch the nodes on.
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