Wireless Water & Wastewater Monitoring Recording Telemetry Unit with Near Real-Time Alarming of Field Instruments and Sensors
Collecting, analyzing and understanding data from networks of recording sites is a challenging task. Telog’s recording system, the Telog RS-33, offers you a versatile, economical and comprehensive solution to keep up with the data acquisition demands of today. The Telog RS-33 is a system package so flexible it can be customized for each application to provide you with the information you need in a concise, presentable format.
The Telog RS-33 includes a multi-channel recorder, power source and communications option all packaged within a NEMA 4X rated, environmental enclosure with watertight fittings for sensors, power and antenna connections:
- A Multi-channel Telog Recorder—your Telog RS-33 system is available with any of Telog’s R-33xx multi-channel data recorders offering up to eight analog and six digital inputs. See individual Telog R-33xx data sheets and the Telogers product brochure for more information.
- Communication Options—excellent communication links with robust data integrity are available between the Telog RS-33 and Telogers for Windows or Telogers Enterprise. Communication options include a simple, direct RS-232 connection of recorder to a laptop or Telog’s hand-held data transfer unit; Cellular via Internet; switched circuit cellular; Ethernet; land-line phone; spread spectrum; Licensed radio; satellite.
- Power Source—the low power requirements of the Telog RS-33 system permits operation from a choice of utility, solar or primary battery options.
You can choose from a wide range of sensors we have available or ask us to interface with your sensors.
Alarming, Alarm call-in, scheduled call times, view real-time readings
AC power is not needed, significantly reducing installation and maintenance costs
Provided with the Telog WM/C cellular m2m modem which is certified on the Sprint and Verizon Wireless networks in the US and the Bell Mobility network in Canada
Data loss is not a concern because the recorder stores tens of thousands of interval statistics before overwriting the oldest data with new.