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Remote water level data logger used in underground water project

Aug 07, 2023

With the development of science and technology, remote water level data loggers are more and more widely used, and the automatic monitoring technology for groundwater level and flow is also becoming more mature. Moreover, the case study of groundwater monitoring in large-scale pumping test of groundwater reservoir proves that the automatic monitoring technology has accurate records, small error, large amount of monitoring data, convenient and flexible operation, and can timely grasp the dynamic changes of groundwater, which has wide application value.

The remote water level data logger is a water level measurement product designed to ensure the development and protection of groundwater and implement long-term groundwater monitoring. In the detection of groundwater, firstly, data acquisition sensors such as water level, water temperature, water quality, and battery voltage are implemented, and the status acquisition and acquisition interval of the on-site signal quality can be arbitrarily set. After the information is collected, the monitoring data and equipment status information are reported regularly, and multi-center reporting is supported. At the same time, there is a fault alarm design when monitoring data, and real-time reporting when an alarm is generated. The monitoring data with cyclic storage is used in the monitoring of groundwater. Remotely modify working parameters to make monitoring convenient and quick.

Remote water level data logger is smaller, because the groundwater observation wells are distributed in all corners of the city, countryside, and fields. They have no power on site, most of them have no wells, and the space in the buckle protection device is small. Features. In order to enable limited water resources to support sustainable economic and social development, improve water management capabilities, comprehensively promote the construction of a water-saving society, ensure the safety of urban water supply, and integrate existing water conservancy, meteorology, hydrology, water supply, drainage and water environment monitoring systems to build real-time monitoring of groundwater levels, control and management systems are necessary to make full and reasonable use of limited water resources.


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