It can be an easy process to install wireless water submeters
In new rental and multifamily building construction Data Harbor wireless submeters can be installed without much hassle through a few easy steps.
Wireless Water Submeter installation Step 1.
Most new construction will require a pressure testing and flushing phase. Because of this – these wireless water submitters should be held out and temporarily replaced with spacers until this phase is approved.
Wireless Water Submeter installation Step 2.
After approval of the overall system and pressure testing a plumber will need to install each water submeter. The plumber will know what size fixtures will be needed along with the other tools necessary to make the proper connections. Your plumber will check for water tightness and leaks after their installation is complete and fix any issues.
Wireless Water Submeter installation Step 3.
Finally, the Data Harbor devices are connected wirelessly with your ethernet or cellular network. This is a simple process and requires little to know knowledge of network or IT frameworks. Instead all you’ll need to do is scan the QR code on each device and Data Harbor’s system will link up take it from there. Data Harbor’s system also works off grid through cellular connections. If you’re at a remote location and still want to track water flow and usage through these wireless water submetering systems, Data Harbor’s devices will work for you.
Our support team is always available to help troubleshoot any issues you might come across though most users find the Data Harbor systems go in with any complaints. Finally, if you’re uncomfortable with the process or don’t have the right installation or maintenance teams available, Data Harbor can facilitate and help manage the whole process for you. From planning and device selection to installation and implementation, Data Harbor’s network can solve the largest and toughest projects.