Monitoring system shares data with digital devices

Administrator
December 13, 2017
By Administrator
Dec. 13, 2017 – The new AqWiFi remote monitoring system continuously monitors well systems and sends real-time alerts to notify them of changes in operating conditions via smartphone, computer or tablet, according to a press release from Goulds Water Technology, a Xylem Applied Water Systems brand.

The system is compatible with the GWT Aquavar SOLO2 constant pressure system.

Wired into the Aquavar SOLO2, AqWiFi transmits live system data to a cloud server where it can be reviewed from any Apple or Android mobile device or computer.

“The benefit to remote monitoring is that it provides valuable data to troubleshoot issues and avert downtime,” said Chris Preston, residential water product manager for Xylem. “With AqWifi specifically, our customers now have greater accessibility, better pump protection and peace of mind.”

Setting up AqWiFi is quick and simple. All water professionals need is a Wi-Fi network to connect the system monitoring device. To further ensure homeowners receive real-time notifications about their well system’s operating conditions, AqWiFi is designed with a LED status light alert that notifies users if the device is connected to the internet and if system data is transferring to a cloud server.

Additional features include a UL type 4-rated enclosure for indoor and outdoor use, faults with date and time stamps, the ability to view up to one year of system history for easy troubleshooting and the capability to monitor all product installations from a single app.

<i>goulds.com</i>

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