Web Portal Sites
A site is the name you have chosen to identify the area where a group of dataloggers have been installed. You can then assign selected dataloggers to a site. A list of all your sites and their assigned base stations will be shown.
View/Add Data Source
A data source is a base station or BOM station. In View/Add Data Source you will be able to assign the base station to the site. All the base stations under this site will be listed.
View/Add Data Source can also be accessed via the Dashboard tab.
In Configure Parameters you will be able to edit parameters, set up FTP data feed configuration, create derived parameters and add dips.
Create Derived Parameter
The raw sensor readings can be post-processed to obtain derived parameters such as static water level, vibrating wire pressure, etc. for the corresponding data logger.
|Terminology for Select Function Name - Groundwater Data loggers|
|SWL||static water level, which is the level at which water stands in a well.|
|SWLCAL||calibrated static water level.|
|Vnotch||a notch weir is any weir where the physical barrier is significantly higher than the water level except for a specific notch (often V-shaped) cut into the panel.|
|Terminology for Select Function Name - Vibrating Wire Data loggers loggers|
|Vibrating Wire Data loggers||which contributes to measuring total pressure.|
To update the sensor configuration for Vibrating Wire IP68 data logger click below.
|Terminology for Select Function Name - Environment Monitoring System loggers|
|G6 SWL||Static water level, which is the level at which water stands in a well.|
|FDI||Fire Danger Index is a combination of air temperature, relative humidity, wind speed and drought.|
|Pressure at MSL||Pressure at mean sea-level chart shows the direct relationship between pressure gradient and orientation.|
|Terminology for Select Function Name - Pulsar logger|
|Rainfall from pulse count ( 0.2 mm granularity )||Rainfall 0.2 mm granularity.|
|Daily Rainfall from pulse count ( 0.2 mm granularity)||Daily rainfall 0.2 mm granularity.|
|Monthly Rainfall from pulse count ( 0.2 mm granularity )||Monthly rainfall 0.2 mm granularity.|
|Rainfall from pulse count ( 0.5 mm granularity )||Rainfall 0.5 mm granularity.|
|Daily Rainfall from pulse count ( 0.5 mm granularity)||Daily rainfall 0.5 mm granularity.|
|Monthly Rainfall from pulse count ( 0.5 mm granularity )||Monthly rainfall 0.5 mm granularity.|
DIP is the depth from measuring point to groundwater. In ADD DIP you will be able to view the DIP information received via the Ontoto Connect app during a field visit and add Static Water Level Arguments.
|Terminology for DIP|
|Datum||an abstract coordinate system with a reference surface. It could be Natural Ground, Collar, Mean Sea Level, Australian Height Datum (AHD), Australian Height Datum (Tasmania), V-Notch, Custom Datum.|
|Stick up||the length from datum to the measuring point.|
|DIP||the length from measuring point to the surface of groundwater.|
|Water Level Above Sensor||the height of water above the sensor.|
FTP Data Feed
In FTP Data Feed you will be able to transfer particular parameter data in a CSV file by completing required fields and turn it on.
To learn how to create FTP Accounts click below.
Configure Custom Chart
In Configure Custom Chart you will be able to create group charts and place them in a single chart container. Single and group charts can be created for water level, static water level, static calibrated water level, temperature, rain, water flow, moisture, conductivity, salinity and TDS-KCL. Raw and calibrated values can be incorporated in the chart.
The charts you have configured can be viewed on the Dashboard as a line chart.
Configure Custom Chart Source can also be accessed via the Dashboard tab.