MARKET NEEDS for REMOTE LEVEL MONITORING
Need to monitor level of liquids and solids from anywhere and anytime?
Need to closely track tank activity at each individual site and log the infomation?
Need immediate e-mail alerts when something goes wrong? Diesel theft? Sewer Overflow?
Need to examine overall project performance, statistics and general map view?
Need periodic (daily, weekly, annual) site reports?
THE DETAILS of REMOTE MONITORING
- Level, Distance and Volume (Liters/Gal) for tanks and other targets.
- Power supply state (voltage) and GSM signal strength (RSSI)at the site
- Inventory state for all sites including time since last wireless report.
- Flow in open channels (OCF), site temperature and Geographic location (GPS).
GaugerNET WEB HIGHLIGHTS
GaugerNET supports multiple site views including a Graphic view, table view and map view for each of the sites. You can easily download graphic charts and table lists for additional analysis or presentation. Project summaries may be viewed combining all sites. All views support flexible time base and vertical scaling.
GaugerNET OPERATION and DEMO
No installation is required by the user. Access to GaugerNET is via any standard web browser. View the sites from a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone. Usernames and passwords are provided by SolidAT. Fielded GaugerGSM should be configured to GPRS transmissions. IP destination address and port number (socket parameters) are also provided by SolidAT. For GaugerNET demonstration follow these steps:
- Browse to: http://TheGauger.net
- Type username.... demo
- Type password.... demo
- Type port-index.. 25012
GAUGERNET ARCHITECTURE and MODBUS TCP INTERFACE
Users may deploy their own monitoring software. Monitoring software with ModBis TCP support can interface GaugerNET through ModBus TCP. Click for description of the MODBUS TCP interface to GaugerNET.