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We’re looking to monitor the height of water in various water wells. Our current solution uses pressure transducers that hang in the well, and we have to visit the wells to pull the data. We’re looking to use the Mayfly logger so we can get readings remotely, and we’d like to find a sensor that doesn’t have to be in the well.
We’ve found many sonic sensors, but they seem to be limited to 10M. We need something that can measure up to 150M.