1. Hawle IoT Smart Hydrant Master
The Hawle IoT Smart Hydrant Master looks exactly like the well- known conventional Hawle H8 hydrant, but it is capable of taking measurements that are useful and important for waternetwork operators. Its main advantage is that the fire hydrantis connected to the piping network, but is located above theground, so that it can be well integrated into the IoT communication system and at the same time performs its original function. The device measures the authorized and unauthorized use of the hydrant, thus the time and duration of loading and unloading can be calculated, which are all essential information for the operators. These data show relationshipsbetween parameters that were not available to measure in the past, as no device was available that could run on batterypower for years.
2. SPM – Smart pressure monitoring device
The SPM is an anacronym for Smart Pressure Monitoring, an industrial IoT device that can be installed in an underground shaft or pumping station using a drill fitting, as it has an IP68- protected housing and can measure up to two pressure transducers and has a dual pulse input for water flow measurement. In places where it is necessary to measure one or two pressures, collect water meter data, but there is no power supply or the traditional GSM-based technology does not work, this device can be used as it has internal battery and LoRaWAN or NBIoT radio communication. The device has its antenna on the box, which can be extended with cable in tricky situations.
3. SQM – Smart quantity monitoring device
The SQM—N/L is an intelligent data acquisition device specifically designed to collect data from pulse output water volume measuring devices. It can be installed in an underground shaft or pumping station, as it has an IP68-protected housing and can process a pulse signal through its external connections, even the signals of a bidirectional measuring instrument (backwards and forward flow). The device is not only able to send data once a day, but also transmits the measurement data every hour. The internal battery-powered device uses LoRaWAN or NB IoT communication technology to transmit measurement data to the dedicated server. The device operates with its own antenna, ensuring continuous access and reliable data transmission.
4. SQP – Smart Quick Pressure monitoring device
The SQP smart pressure monitoring device can be installed in junctions and shafts with a Hawle ZAK fitting connection drill or by means of a Hawlinger pressure drill directly at the measuring point with a suitable protective tube and a valve. In locations where a measuring point with a ZAK fitting has been pre-installed, a measuring device can be temporarily installed and relocated as required. The device has an IP68 enclosure and an internal battery, ensuring proper data collection and communication for years to come. The SHP device has an internal antenna, which is housed in a telescopic housing, thus ensuring continuous access and reliable data transmission.
5. SGU – Smart General Use data acquisition IoT device
The SGU is a robust industrial measurement data acquisition device designed to monitor complex systems like water wells, wastewater pump shafts. The device can receive both analogue and digital signals. It can receive data on its 4-channel universal analogue (4-20 mA, 0-10V, 0-5V) and 4 channel digital interface. The device accommodates the Modbus RTU protocol for connecting other devices, such as power meters and sensors. It has pulse counters for water flow measurement purposes. The signals collected by the device are transmitted to the dedicated server via either a LoRaWAN or NB IoT data connection.
6. STM – Smart Temperature Monitoring device
The STM is a smart data logger specifically designed to collect temperature measurement data. It can be installed both indoors and outdoors, but can also be installed in underground shafts as it has an IP68 rated housing. The thermometer data is collected via a special sensor, so the device is capable of continuous data collection and transmits the measurement data to the server every hour. The device has an internal power source, so it can operate for 2-4 years, depending on the data communication period.
7. SLM – Smart level monitoring device
The SLM is an anacronym for Smart Level Monitoring, an industrial IoT device that contains a hydrostatic level sensor, connected to a Smart Monitoring Device that can be installed in wells, basins, and reservoirs, as it has an IP68-protected housing and offer a price sensitive water level measurement with considerable accuracy. In places where it is necessary to measure water level but there is no power supply or the traditional GSM-based technology does not work, this device can be used as it has internal battery and LoRaWAN or NBIoT radio communication. The device has its antenna on the box, which can be extended with cable in tricky situations.
8. SVM – Vacuum pump system monitoring
DPMV installed a vacuum pumping system using Redivac’s technology and was looking for a solution to build a monitoring network to help the system operate more efficiently.
9. SBM – Smart Bus Master Monitoring device
The SBM is an acronym for Smart Bus Monitoring, an industrial IoT device that can be installed on industrial devices to monitor and write preprogramed registers. The M-Bus (“Meter-Bus”) is a new European standard for remote reading of heat meters and it is also usable for all other types of consumption meters as well as for various sensors and actuators. The device operates on LTE or NBIoT radio communication. The device has its own antenna on the box, which can be extended with cable in tricky situations.
10. Waterscope IoT Smart Buoy
The WaterScope IoT Smart buoy is a cutting edge solution for continuous monitoring of water parameters in lakes, rivers, surface water bodies, natural baths/spas, beaches, sea shore & aquaculture. The WS IoT Smart buoy has been developed to measure the five most important characteristics simultaneously and in real time. The five most important parameters may vary for different water bodies, so beyond the basic three parameters, temperature (T), pH (pH) and dissolved oxygen (DO), plus two additional parameters selected by the client can be installed. These can be the Oxydation-Reduction Potential (ORP), conductivity (EC), nitrate level, or ammonia level.