Posts Categorized: Blog

my.wellntel.com goes mobile!

Wellntel Mobile 3

Today, 12/10/2015, my.wellntel.com received major upgrades to improve the customer and dealer experience. There are many new features to celebrate (too many to list in one blog post.) One of the most exciting, however, is that my.wellntel.com has gone mobile. If you login via a smart phone or tablet, you will be presented with a simple… Read more »

Wellntel helping Audubon’s Kern River Preserve with groundwater conservation

They’ve been monitoring groundwater levels manually at the Audubon’s Kern River Preserve in Weldon, California since 1996. Last week, Wellntel CEO Marian Singer helped install the first Wellntel system at the preserve, and the first data is already coming in. Kern’s Manager, Reed Tollefson explains, “As you all know protecting water is critical to Audubon’s… Read more »

Sensor Firmware 1.08 Released

Today, September 9th, Wellntel has released Sensor firmware (V1.08) with a number of key improvements: Saves calibration and interval settings even when a Sensor is de-powered. Lower energy consumption in default modes. Improves compatibility with the Pump Performance Kit. We strongly recommend upgrading your Wellntel Sensor to this new software version as soon as possible,… Read more »

Your Wellntel Dashboard looks different today (9/1/2015)

We’ve made many improvements to your my.wellntel.com dashboard to make navigation and groundwater and system information easier to get to, posted today, 9/1/2015. They include: Improved zoom support on your groundwater chart Improved time/date labels A new “map” view for single wells, positioned, logically, near your area data chart A new voltage chart to keep… Read more »

Why Wellntel leads the Groundwater Information Revolution

It only takes 8 seconds to see why Wellntel is a groundbreaking innovation. Here’s how folks get water levels from water wells traditionally: What’s different about Wellntel? Never open the well again Get the data many times a day, instead of once a year or less View the data in the cloud See area conditions in… Read more »

Seeing something odd in your Wellntel groundwater data?

Wellntel owners play a key role in helping Wellntel’s technology to get smarter and more accurate. If, for example, you see a reading in your groundwater level chart that just doesn’t seem right — it looks to be outside of a trend or indicates a measurement that seems illogical (as with the measurement highlighted below)… Read more »

Measuring Lake Levels with Wellntel

Wellntel is measuring water level changes in McKinley Marina, a mooring basin within Milwaukee Harbor on Lake Michigan.  The Milwaukee Community Sailing Center, a not-for-profit community based sailing organization, is hosting Wellntel and providing access to the marina and supporting the Wellntel sensor platform. Monitoring lake levels is a new area for Wellntel. While we… Read more »

Wellntel Sentinel Sites Will Inform the National Groundwater Discussion

Wellntel is building strong relationships with research and education organizations around the country to support and strengthen rich groundwater science. Inspired by these growing partnerships, Wellntel is starting to craft a new program we are calling “Wellntel Sentinel Sites”. Sentinel sites will be research, education, and other science and groundwater stewardship organizations such as university programs,… Read more »

What can Wellntel tell me about my groundwater pumping?

Wellntel Pump Cycling

Out of the box, Wellntel provides static water level insight to well owners. With the installation of the Pump Performance Kit (PPK), Wellntel adds the capability to sense pumping events and help well owners get a feel for how often, and how long, their pump operates. Since pumps have a finite life, this information can… Read more »

Wellntel Welcomes Joe the Science Guy

Joe Fillingham. Image source: UW Milwaukee, School of Freshwater Sciences

Wellntel is thrilled to welcome Joseph Fillingham to the team! Joe has successfully defended his dissertation and will receive a PhD in Freshwater Ecosystem Dynamics from the University of Wisconsin, School of Freshwater Sciences this May. Joe also has an MS in Atmospheric Science and has worked as a Program Analyst with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Joe will be Science… Read more »