WiiWLA - The Water Level Monitor & Flood Detector
Deploy real-time water level monitoring to proect water rising problem.
WiiHey Water Level Monitor/Flood Detector, using leading capacitive sensor to detect water surface position, built-in WiiHey Bore OS IoT operating system and GSM/GPRS communication module. When the water reaches the specified position, the system detects a change in the sensor signal, after filtering and analysis, it will send the message to WiiHey IoT server.
WiiHey Water Level Monitor/Flood Detector applies to : tap water, domestic water, river water, waste water, weak acid and alkaline water, water treatment chemicals, textile printing and dyeing water, industrial wastewater, etc. Special models can also be used in ultrapure water, reverse osmosis water or distillation.
- Stain resistance, anti-tilt, weak acid and alkali salt, able to work in the influence of magnetic field, metal body, water pressure change and raid of light, no dead zone;
- Without any mechanical parts on the outside, Not afraid of the influence of floating objects;
- With real-time clock function, it can perform periodic self-test reporting;
- Support for setting reporting period;
- Support to report the battery voltage;
- Support the remote configuration;
tap water, domestic water, river water, waste water, weak acid and alkaline water, water treatment chemicals, textile printing and dyeing water, industrial wastewater
1) Assembly method : The Detetor can be installed freely, such as horizontal, vertical, oblique or other irregular and convenient method.
2) Fixed method: The easiest way is that hang the Detector from upside. If it required to be fixed: it support to used the threaded interface (DN20, ie 4 threaded interface) or used the pipe clamp.
*Note : The Detetor should not be too close to the wall, Keep a certain distance from the wall, To prevent sundries form getting stuck.
Please refer to the diagram below:
Use the wall pipe clamp directly on the wall as below:
Use existing water pipes to secure with buckles as below:
A tunnel in Guangzhou, China:
Water level sensors in the tunnel:
The warning sign at the entrance of the tunnel:
The cloud based data dashboard: