SIT70 Satellite Telemetry

Price$3,893.00 (US Only)



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The remote satellite telemetry system uses the latest satellite and Internet technologies to bring data to your computer in near real time. The satellite internet telemetry system includes a data transmitter and a rechargeable battery enclosed in a rugged, water resistant, and lockable enclosure; a ground-to-satellite antenna; and mounting hardware.

  • Overview


    • Remote data and control anywhere -- guaranteed!
    • Receive data by internet on your computer
    • Near real time spreadsheet data and control
    • Alarms by text to your cell phone or email
    • Interface to almost any sensor
    • Easy installation - just install antenna and turn it on
    • Low cost/economical
    • Solar, battery, or AC power

    Flexible Inputs and Outputs
    The SIT70 Satellite Internet Telemetry system will interface with most sensors, including all of Global Water's rugged 4-20 mA sensors.  The power supply can support 5VDC, 12VDC, or 18VDC sensors attached to the Satellite Internet Telemetry system.  The satellite internet telemetry system includes up to eight analog inputs, up to three factory programmable status/accumulator inputs, and up to four control outputs.

    Simple Installation and Operation
    The SIT70 Satellite Internet Telemetry system is simple to set up and operate: just hook up your sensors, point the antenna to the sky, and turn on your telemetry equipment.  Satellite service is available anywhere in the world for the satellite telemetry system.  The Satellite Internet Telemetry system uses UHF frequencies to contact a large number of satellites in orbit resulting in a maximum latency rate of four minutes with a half hour transmission rate.  Data is transmitted from the satellite telemetry system based on programmed time intervals and/or alarms and is transferred via satellite and Internet to a dedicated web page.  You can monitor and collect data anywhere you have web access.

    Power Options
    The SIT70 Satellite Internet Telemetry system includes a 12 VDC 5 AH gel cell battery and a NEMA 4 enclosure.  For long term AC power, we recommend the AC Charger.  We also offer solar panels to support your remote satellite telemetry installation.  A Smart Charger is recommended for all solar powered satellite internet telemetry system installations.

  • Specifications
    SIT70 Satellite Telemetry  
    Analog Inputs Up to 8 analog 4-20mA, 0-1mA, 0-500uA, 0-5VDC, 0-10VDC, or 0-15VDC
    Dedicated battery voltage monitor
    Digital Input/Output (Optional)

    3 Digital/2 Controls, 2 Digital/3 Controls, or 1 Digital/4 Controls

    Digital Input Configuration Options Accumulators (pulse counters), digital status, or event status in any combination
    Control Output Capability

    Sink 1/2 ADC Max

    Power Requirements 12 VDC


    Rechargeable 12V 5AH Gel Cell

    Power Supply for Sensors

    +5 VDC, +12 VDC, or +18 VDC

    Current Draw 12 VDC @ 5mA minimum standby; 50 mA receiving; 2A transmitting
    Operating Temperature

    -40° to +140°F (-40° to +60°C) Battery may not apply

    Storage Temperature -58° to +185°F (-50° to +85°C)
    Humidity 0-100% non-condensing
    Antenna Cable 5 ft standard
    Transmission Frequency 1616-1625.5 Mhz
    Average Transmission Power


    Transmission Latency 70% of reports arrive within 1 minute, worst case at 1/2 hr report interval (4 minutes)
    Dimensions Inner 10x12x6 in (25.4x30.5x15.2cm), Outer Lid 12x14 in (30.5x35.5 cm)
    Weight 21 lbs (9.5 kg) shipping weight
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