Bridge Scour Monitoring
Dredge Turbidity Monitoring
FERC Dissolved Oxygen Monitoring
Flood Alert System
Green Roof Monitoring
Multi-Parameter Weather Stations
Soil Moisture Profiling
Source Water Monitoring
Stage Discharge Measurement
Thermal Discharge Monitoring
Water Current Monitoring
Data Logging Software
Environmental Data Logger
PC-Based Weather Station
Portable Data Buoy
Submersible Data Logger
USB Water Quality Sensors
Web Datacenter Service
Restoration efforts can have profound ecological and social benefits, but it is imperative to understand all factors at play within a stream corridor and in the surrounding watershed in order to devise a successful restoration strategy. This requires analysis and continued evaluation of many physical, chemical, and biological components of the stream system, which can be aided with NexSens monitoring systems.
Systems can be deployed on stream banks, bridge pilings, and other structures. Flexible deployment options ensure that real-time monitoring equipment can be installed at even the most challenging monitoring sites.
Mast configurations can be mounted above flood stage to accommodate all data logging and communications equipment, simplifying mounting and installation.
Analog and digital inputs on NexSens data loggers accommodate multi-parameter sensors or various combinations of individual sensors. Data is sampled and logged with a time and date stamp.
Radio, cellular, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, or Iridium satellite telemetry options deliver real-time data from local and remote locations to your computer or mobile device.
Water quality sondes house, protect, and connect to multiple underwater sensors simultaneously, with options including temperature, conductivity, pH, ORP, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, chlorophyll, and blue-green algae.
Water Level Sensor
The NexSens AccuStage water level sensor is a completely self-contained vented pressure transducer. A vent tube in the cable automatically corrects for changes in barometric pressure, offering +/- 0.1% full-scale accuracy.
Real-Time Flow Data
Discharge measurements can be obtained using a handheld velocity meter and entered into a rating curve table. Each measurement is correlated to the measured water level for real-time stream flow data.
Autosamplers can be incorporated within the monitoring network to automatically take a sample or run sampling programs based on exceedances of water level or other parameters.
Software and Data Management
Using iChart Live software and the optional WQData Live Web datacenter, project members can quickly access real-time water quality data and make informed operational decisions as needed.
Application engineers are available for training and technical support, both by phone and in person. Our extensive field experience helps ensure seamless implementation of the monitoring project.
Ready to learn how NexSens can assist your project? Use the tools to the right to build your own monitoring system, see how others have benefitted from NexSens solutions, or contact an application engineer to discuss your needs.
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