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AquaMon
Wireless Soil Monitoring Network
 
CH2178
The Cermetek CH2178 iController provides a freestanding, fully functional Internet enabled device that seamlessly moves sensor data to Cermetek’s secure web server. Authorized users can view, analyze, format, and download sensor data using any web enabled computing or mobile device. Simply access the RSVP (Remote Sensor Viewing Platform) software resident on the Cermetek secure web server for 24/7 cloud based services.
 
RSVP
The Remote Sensor Viewing Platform is hosted on a secure web server. It provides access to sensor data at any time from any browser equipped laptop, tablet or smart phone. RSVP is fully customizable for any sensor type, control or alarm conditions
 
Single Node System
AquaMon is available in several network configurations. The simplest configuration is as a standalone, single-node system. In this configuration local sensors connect directly to the communications controller where the data can be stored in the on-board memory and packaged for transmission to the secure web server. The data is passed to the web server via an embedded GSM modem at prescribed intervals.
 
AquaMon Hub
The AquaMon base station serves as the central collection point for sensor data. Data is collected from local and remote sensors and stored in the base station on-board memory. The data is then packaged for transmission and transferred to the secure web server.
 
AquaMon Remote Sensor Node
AquaMon remote sensor nodes extend the reach of AquaMon. Remote sensor node can connect to multiple sensors monitoring soil conditions, weather changes, and equipment parameters. Control outputs from the remote sensor nodes permit the remote activation of equipment.
 
AquaMon Repeater Node
The basic characteristics of radios limit their range. Under ideal conditions the relationship between effective signal power and distance is not linear; the effective signal power diminishes as the square of distance. This ideal range is further compromised by radio signals being reflected off the ground or being blocked by hilly terrain or the thick canopy of an orchard.
 
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