Aquatel | D110 Wireless Tank Fluid Monitor LCD
- Blue backlit LCD display
- High and Low level alarms
- Set tank depth via display
- Adjustable top air gap
- Up to 100,000 level updates
- Multi-tank capable
- Monitor up to 6 tanks
Aquatel D110 is a Multi-Tank capable wireless fluid level monitor that can be used in just about any shape or size tank/cistern. The D110 system comes complete with everything needed to remotely monitor one tank or cistern up to 300m/984 feet away, or using Aquatel's AQ920-7 Booster Antenna kit (both ends), up to 10km/6 miles away. Should you wish to monitor more than one tank or cistern (up to 6 maximum) simply purchase additional T110 Tank Sender Units and pair to your Aquatel D110 Display Unit. Aquatel's proven tank sender technology, provides more than 100,000 level updates from a single set of Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA Batteries, that's up to 5 years (when set on a 30 minute update interval), interval can be set anything from 1 to 30 minutes.
The Display Unit setup menu is so easy to navigate that within minutes you will be able to set your tank depth, high and low level alarm points, clock settings and more, all remotely from the indoor Display Unit. The D110 will monitor your Tank or Cistern and warn you should your supply run low to ensure your pump never runs dry.
For your convenience the unit has a digital clock and displays the current indoor and outdoor temperatures. This unit will even tell you when to replace the batteries. The D110 is suitable for tanks from 1 meter (3.28 feet) to 4 meters (13.12 feet) in depth. Designed to be a fully "DIY" product, it only takes minutes to setup and install, so no extra installation costs.
The Aquatel D110 meets AS/NZS 4268:2003 + 1:2005 Standard, European EN 300 220-1 ROHS Standards & FCC. "Aquatel" is a registered Trademark No.745630 with global Patents.
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How/where is this unit mounted on the concrete cistern?
Anywhere the sensor has a clear shot at the water surface. Some fasten the heat shield to the tank lid and snip in the tank module, others mount in the riser (if below terrain) by using the AQSMB bracket which we have as well.