The safest, easiest to install, reliable and accurate telemetry system.
Anti-vandalism security a every test
CFT 5 - High Standard Reliability
*More than 99% of the time the equipment will be doing its job properly.
Solar panel power of 30W.
Deep cycle battery of 33Ah at 12V.
Optimal MPPT charge controller.
Configuration of energy consumption according to measurement frequency.
(Optional) Second battery.
whether the equipment is
Multi-band communication system (4G/3G/2G).
High standard industrial application antenna 20X a conventional antenna.
Multi-company SIM card, which searches for the best internet signal in each particular location.
(Optional) In case there is no cellular signal, wireless connection system via LoRa or Wifi.
(Optional – Under development) In case there is no cellular signal, satellite connection system.
minimize error rate
Hardware and internal software to minimize the rate of system errors, ensuring its correct operation.
Versatility to adapt to different
High precision measurements
Water height measurement
high accuracy and robustness to failures.
Temperature compensated ultrasonic height sensors; 2, 4 and 6m range and up to 0.25% accuracy with respect to their total range.
(Optional) Radar type height sensors that do not require temperature compensation, 7m range with ±2mm accuracy.
in channels, half-filled or pressurized pipes.
Doppler sensor submerged in the bottom of the channel with redundant height sensors, hydrostatic pressure type and ultrasonic.
Ideal for half-full pipes changing from regime to pressure flow, or channels without gauging section without sediment accumulation.
Radar Speed Sensor
for non-contact surface velocity measurement.
Radar for surface velocity measurement without water contact.
Suitable for measuring without gauging section, allowing to estimate the flow rate.
Water Quality Sensors
Hundreds of teams operating in many different contexts
“Capta Hydro’s telemetry equipment has been the key to having reliable data with more security and anti-vandalism measures than we ever thought possible.”
Juan Carlos Berríos, Operations Manager, Canal del Maipo Society