SepticSitter™ Universal Sensor (non-contact, liquid level/temperature)
Once you select a Basic SepticSitter Kit, determine the number of additional SepticSitter Sensors you require to monitor all other key sewage system components including:
- Septic tank
- Pump tank
- Treatment tank
- Leach field or Drain field lines or beds
- Distribution boxes (D-box)
- Sewage holding tanks
- Groundwater monitoring wells
Sensors are connected in a daisy-chain, end-to-end configuration using a single string of direct-bury rated, CAN BUS power/communications cables. Up to eight (8) SepticSitter sonar sensors may be connected to a single Sensor Hub. Contact Dynamic Monitors or your septic professional for assistance on selecting the ideal number and location for sensors.
CAN BUS power/communication cables are available in 5m (16ft) and 15m (49ft) lengths and are ordered separately.
In stock (can be backordered)
As seen at WWETT, NOWRA and CES! SepticSitter sonar sensors install easily in multiple locations of an onsite sewage system including septic tanks, pump tanks, cess pools, distribution boxes and leachfields and drainfields and provide peace of mind by confirming your septic system is working properly. Sensors must be connected to a SepticSitter Hub (gateway) using our custom NMEA2000 CANBUS power/communications cables. A complete SepticSitter starter system consists of at least one sensor. Up to eight (8) sensors may be connected to the same Hub. Larger commercial systems can be monitored using multiple Hubs and sensors.
In addition to monitoring all aspects of your onsite sewage (septic) system or cesspool, these sensors can also be used to monitor cisterns and sump pump pit water levels remotely over the internet. Have peace of mind that you won’t run out of potable water and that your basement is dry because your sump pump is working and keeping up with the flow.
U.S. Patent No. 8100006, Canadian Patent Pending
|Dimensions||6 × 6 × 6 in|