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Continuously monitor remote water facilities

By Chemical Engineering |

Sensaphone

Sensaphone

The SAT4D system (photo) provides instant notification of changes in tank levels and pump malfunctions in remote or unattended water or wastewater facilities. This satellite-based monitoring system delivers immediate alerts of changes in conditions at pumps, wells and storage facilities located in areas without a phone line, Ethernet connection or cellular service. When an alarm occurs, the system sends notifications via telephone call, email or text message. The SAT4D system is self-powered and can operate for over three years on its replaceable battery. GPS technology pinpoints the location and status of equipment being monitored. Each unit is sealed in an enclosure to protect it from harsh conditions. — Sensaphone, Aston, Pa.

www.sensaphone.com

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