How Often Does the PTLevel Wireless Report Online?
The Wireless PTLevel is designed to be battery conscious and with that, it implements a special monitoring schedule. By default, it wakes up every 30 minutes to check the level. Then, if the level is out by approx. 10% since the last 30 minute check, it will update online. So you should see a fill or a major draw within 30 minutes. Finally, the device reports online every 24 hours no matter what.
Now, the above mentioned schedule is fully adjustable online. However, you just need to keep in mind the battery usage and how often you want to change the batteries. You can find the settings by click on the "Features" button of the appropriate device from the dashboard. Then click on the "Power" tab as seen below.
How Often Does the PTLevel Wired Report?
The Wired PTLevel updates online every 30 seconds. Because it is powered by the Ethernet cable, it updates often.
What happens when your internet or WiFi is not working
Since the PTLevel is designed for rural users, we understand that you also may have unpredictable internet, regular internet outages/downtime, power interruptions, etc. We have created this article to help you understand what your PTLevel is going to ...
WIFI vs Wireless - Which Device is Right for You?
PTLevel WIFI Only PTLevel Long Range Wireless Price $259.99CAD $349.99CAD Warranty 2 Years 2 Years Free Online Account System Yes Yes Weatherproof Yes Yes -40 degrees C to 100 degrees C Temperature Rating Yes Yes WIFI Connection Needed at Tank Yes No ...
Transmitter Not Reporting - Troubleshooting Guidance
Getting the error message "Transmitter Not Reporting" can be frustrating, but we want to help! Below are some possible reasons and solutions you can try in order to get your Transmitter reporting again. 1. Batteries - If the Long Range Wireless ...
What is the amp hour rating for running the PTLevel Long Range Wireless for 24 hours?
You may want to run the PTLevel long range wireless on a solar system but how big of a system do you need to setup? Now, some big things to note is that the below numbers are based on the current default power setup. You can modify the power settings ...