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Remote Monitoring Stations

QuB (Quality in a Box) are monitoring stations that collect and transmit data. These units are often deployed to remote locations, solar-powered with cellular, radio and or satellite communications. The QuB can be deployed as a stand-alone station, or as part of a network of multiple QuBs. Eyasco boasts to be robust, durable and reliable. The QuB is deployed to acquire data for water, Earth or environmental applications.

Types of QuBs

Water QuB

Eyasco’s Water QuB Stations are versatile monitoring systems that can be deployed with a variety of external sensors. These sensors play a crucial role in assessing water quality and other relevant parameters. Typical sensors used with our Water QuBs include Temperature, Flow, Level, Water Quality and Weather (Meteorological).

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Earth QuB

The Earth QuB is designed to gather data about soil and rock behavior such as settlement, lateral displacement, consolidation, ground water level, etc. designed specifically for sensors used in civil and geotechnical monitoring applications - particularly vibrating wire transducers - but also other analog and digital sensors depending on the application. These include piezometers, inclinometers, extensometers, strain gages and meteorological sensors to name a few.

Water Quality PAD

The Water Quality PAD is a floating, solar-powered platform equipped with sensors deployed beneath the water surface. These platforms commonly feature multi-parameter water quality sensors. Additionally, they can be configured to communicate with other floating stations, docks, dams, boats, and the shore.

Water Quality QuB

A Water Quality QuB is a self-contained, remotely deployed station specifically designed to measure “flow-thru” water quality. It achieves this by utilizing an array of in-line sensors. The most commonly used sensors include pH, Conductivity, Turbidity, Free Chlorine, and Ion-Specific Sensors. Water Quality QuBs can operate either in-line (directly integrated into the water flow) or off-line (with sensors placed outside the flow path) configurations, depending on the specific sensors needed for monitoring.

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