Well Watch 310 Remote Display

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The Well Watch’s 310 Remote Display is the perfect companion to the Well Watch 660 or 660 DL water level monitor units. The 310 display provides continuous readout of water level depths that are being provided by the Well Watch 660s. The data can be received through the built in wireless connection up to 300 ft away or by hardwiring the display to the Well Watch. These units also have a built in data logger which is capable of storing up to 25 million time/date stamped log points and can easily download data via USB or remotely through RS232. The 310 Display can provide high/low levels for the past 12hr, 24hr and one week time periods. It also has the ability to warn you to dangerous high/low levels through an audible/visual alarm. Thus helping to prevent overuse of the well and expensive damage to the well pump. They can be wall mounted or set on a desk or table using the built in stand for easy level monitoring. 




External Power: 6.5 to 12VDC at 80ma max. Do not exceed 16V.
Screw terminals and adapter with 5.5mm x 2.1mm center post positive connector.

Real time clock: Li Ion 3V battery CR2032.


Units: Selectable English(ft, gal, °F), Metric(M, L, °C), Imperial(ft, Imp gal, °F)


Memory: nonvolatile flash memory for approx 25,000,000 data points.
Logging rate: each sample update.


Temperature -30 to 110 F
Humidity 10 to 90% non-condensing.


Dimensions: 4.5×3.5×1.125″ (11.5x9x3mm)
Unit Weight: ~4 oz. (114g).


Display: 2×16 character LCD.
USB for access to the log data.
RS232 Serial Port: baud 300 – 57600, 8 data bits, one stop bit. (19200 baud default).
RS485 Serial Modbus Master Port: Proprietary for communication with the Eno Scientific remote display.
     baud 300 – 57600, 8 data bits, one stop bit. (19200 baud default).
     Range approx 2000 ft.
RF Wireless Port: 2.405GHz. Proprietary for communication with the optional Eno Scientific remote display.
     Range approx 300 ft unobstructed.
Alarm Output: Front panel LED, and audible horn.


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