Gateway Transmitter

How it works

Sensors transmit data to well site gateway

Gateway transmits data to the cloud

Cloud sends data to devices to be viewed


Sensor Specs

The gateway is the link between the sensors and the cloud. It effectively prepares sensor data for transmission using privately secured cell networks to our protected cloud servers. Our servers analyze and organize the data so you can access it on your computer or phone in real-time. Using the latest in power conservation programming, the Kodiak Gateway is ultra-low power and industrially robust. The gateways require no previous infrastructure and are solar powered.


  • - The Kodiak Gateway can be used on any major cellular network
  • - Can collect data from 15 separate sensors at a time
  • - No external power required
  • - Virtually Maintenance Free


  • - Reads feet, inches, and pattern information from level, pump and temperature sensors
  • - Wirelessly collects data.
  • - Typical rechargeable battery life is 3+ years at -40F to 150F.


  • - Enclosure is polycarbonate (Nema 4X) or Cast Aluminum
  • - Solar panel brackets included
  • - Solar panels generally installed on a pole with Gateway box; Mounting pole or location provided by the custome


  • - Sends data to the cloud every five minute
  • - Collects sensor data ranging up to 300 feet line of sight. (Dependent on obstructions
  • - Operational temperature range for gateway: -40F to 150F