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Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Ru-33 Recording Telemetry Unit

 

The Ru-33 provides real-time monitoring and alarming of instruments and sensors found in the harsh environment of sewers and underground water vaults. Using a single, 6-volt lantern battery for power, the unit is capable of automatically monitoring level, flow, pressure and water quality. Data is forwarded wirelessly to a host computer operating Telog host application software.

Ru-33 Features and Details

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Ru-33 Recording Telemetry Unit
Wireless RTU for underground monitoring.

Directly Monitor:

  • Popular open-channel wastewater flowmeters  
  • Pressure level sensors
  • Ultrasonic level sensors
  • Water quality sensors and Sondes

Communicate Via:

  • Local connection  
  • Cellular
  • Land-line telephone

Powered By:

  • 6V Lantern battery
  • External DC

    Other Features:

    • Alarm notification
    • Two year battery life
    • Burial antenna option
    • Submersible enclosure  
    • Web application software



       



      Telog’s Ru-33 Recording Telemetry Unit, (RTU), provides real-time monitoring and alarming of instruments and sensors found in the harsh environment of sewers and underground water vaults.

      The Ru-33 has low power requirements and automatically monitors level, flow, pressure and water quality sensors. Data is forwarded wirelessly to a host computer operating Telog host application software, Telogers for Windows or Telog Enterprise. Data communication may be scheduled frequently (e.g. daily, hourly, every five minutes, etc.) and/or immediately in response to site alarm conditions.

      The Ru-33 supports multiple sensor interface options including RS-232, RS-485, analog and digital inputs. For example, when connected to an open-channel flowmeter via RS-232, the RTU can interrogate the meter for it’s most recent level, flow velocity and battery voltage measurements.

      Telog also provides optional sensors that may be directly attached to the Ru-33 including ultrasonic and pressure level, water quality Sondes, pH and conductivity, temperature, level switches and a rain gauge.

      Wireless communication is supported via packet switched (e.g. 1xRTT) or circuit switched (e.g. CDMA) cellular. An optional burial antenna may be embedded in the street pavement producing a complete underground wireless monitoring solution.
      The RTU is powered from a single, 6-volt lantern battery providing an operating life of six months to two years depending on sensor interface and call schedule.

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