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Water EC/Salinity Sensor

Submersible water electrical conductivity sensor (EC/salinity). This easy to use submersible sensor provides accurate remote reporting on electrical conductivity/ salinity levels in water. Use to enhance decision making around irrigation and spray water sources. The sensor pack comes with an LX Blue Node. Data visualisation provided by LX Incyt Dashboard. Installation guide included. Screen reader support enabled. 1. LoRaWAN or Private LoRa compatible 2. Built to last - hardwearing materials 3. Plug 'n Play Installation

Water EC/Salinity Sensor

  • Focus areas
  • Pricing model

    The kit includes a submersible EC/Salinity with smart sensor join and LX Blue Node. Cost $1250 plus your monthly plan cost - different plans available dependent on your reporting requirements. Contact us for plan options.

  • Installation process

    Connection installation is plug ‘n plug with smart QR commissioning onto the LX Incyt App.

  • Ongoing maintenance required and support provided in Australia

    Battery life for the Blue Node is up to 10 years. Battery replacement service available when required. No other maintenance requirements.

  • Units deployed commercially
  • Energy source

    The Blue Node is powered by a high quality 13A/hr industrial lithium thionyl-chloride battery with excellent thermal characteristics. (Internal battery)

  • Communications compatibility

    Compatible with LoRaWAN or Private LoRa network available through the LX Base Station

  • Data ownership policy

    Incyt by LX customer own their own data. Incyt by LX has the right to use data to inform system updates and to provide learnings and resources that practically benefit a user. The Incyt by LX customer has the right to share their data with a third party should they choose. 

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