Is it possible to add the Atlas Scientific conductivity 1.0 and industrial pH sensors to the available sensors in MonitorMyWatershed? I sent an e-mail directly to MMW a while back about the pH sensor but haven’t heard anything back. I understand these things take time but want to make sure it didn’t slip through the cracks.
Ok, that’s very interesting. It sounds like the LTEBee with a Hologram SIM has been using what it sees as the ‘best’ carrier for a given connection. The Digi modems would never do that for us in areas where Verizon was the only viable option, so we had to get Verizon-branded SIMs for those cases.
For anyone attending the 2021 AGU Fall Meeting in New Orleans next month, we will be offering a half-day workshop featuring hands-on lessons about EnviroDIY technology with the Mayfly Data Logger and Monitor My Watershed. The workshop is happening the day before the conference, on Sunday Dec 12. More information can be found on the AGU w…[Read more]
These modules are new enough that I think everyone who has bought one so far is using the same Hologram SIM cards that we use in all of ours. I’ve deployed over 50 of them in the past couple months with Hologram cards, and according to our dashboard page that shows connection information, they are active on all the major carriers including…[Read more]
Hmm, so maybe no one has tried Verizon with the new modem yet. SIMCom claims that chip supports Verizon, but (suspiciously?) they don’t have a Verizon Certification document available for download, as they do for other carriers. And they list all their supposedly supported carriers under a heading labeled “Certifications(plan)”, which makes me…[Read more]
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