SensorLink is a PC application intended for use with Wellntel Sensors to enable remote start-up, collection of readings, upload of collected readings to the Wellntel Cloud, local reading collection and well diagnostics.
SensorLink is useful as an alternative to a Wellntel Gateway, when Internet connectivity is not available but a Wellntel Sensor is being used to gather Groundwater level information from a well or a test well. It is also a convenient way to get water, well or sensor information at the wellhead. In this application, a Wellntel owner or sponsor can install a sensor in a remote location, take a few test readings, leave it, return on a schedule to gather data, and upload the data for reporting, archiving and analysis to the Wellntel Cloud. The data will present as if they had been sent via radio telemetry, correctly time stamped, calibrated (after initial calibration period) and affirmed. However, they will only appear online as often as the data are retrieved and uploaded.
What can SensorLink 2.0x do?
- Download readings from multiple Wellntel sensors not served by Wellntel Gateway.
- Upload and confirm downloaded readings to the Wellntel Cloud.
- Collect and present information gathered locally including:
- Reading date/time (UTC)
- Depth to water nominees
- Signal characteristics
- Radio signal strength (if radios are in use)
- Collect and view well diagnostics information
Only Wellntel customers, dealers and sponsors may download SensorLink. Login to my.wellntel.com to download software and instructions.
SensorLink 2.0.X replaces SensorBuddy V1.0x, which has been discontinued (as of 12-2016) and is not longer supported. Users with SensorBuddy should uninstall SensorBuddy and replace it with SensorLink.
Leading up to the National Groundwater Association’s 2016 Groundwater Week, Wellntel is making a series of important product announcements, starting with the launch of SensorLink 2.0, an all new platform to interface with Wellntel sensors. Follow Wellntel on Twitter to stay abreast of latest Wellntel news.