Wireless, Remote Water System Monitoring with Rugged, Battery Powered IP67 Rated Recording Telemetry Units

The Telog Ru-32m is a versatile, five channel RTU that can be supplied with one or two pressure sensors and can additionally interface up to two digital inputs (pulse and/or event) and one analog voltage or potentiometer input. Applications include capturing the encoded register reading of single or dual water meters such as master meters and compound meters as well as monitoring water system pressures, underground water level, mag meters, Pressure Reducing Valves (flow and pressure) and Pressure Relief Valves.

The Telog Ru-32m is 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. Internationally, the unit may be provided with the Telog WM/G modem for operation on GSM networks. 

Telog ru-32m with pressure sensor

Telog ru-32m with pressure sensor

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BENEFITS
 

IP-67 Rating

All connectors and fittings are watertight and the product is environmentally rated IP67 to 3 meters of depth

Up to Five Years Battery Life

When sampling two pressure sensors every 10 seconds and transferring data on average twice per day

CellularM2M

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 Backup

Data loss is not a concern because the recorder stores over 80,000 interval statistics before overwriting the oldest data with new.

 

Specifications

Recorder Model: Telog Ru-32m
Type: Five & seven channel, underground RTU with embedded M2M modem

Inputs
-- Analog Input: 2 Pressure sensors  |  1 Potentiometric
     --- Resolution: 12 bits (0.025%)
     --- Accuracy: ±0.075% of full scale at 23°C  |  ±75 ppm/°C
-- Digital Input: 2 channels
     --- Type: Selectable pulse counter or event recorder
     --- Input: Contact closure or logic driven
     --- Excitation: 3 volts at 20 µAmps maximum
     --- Pulse Width: 10 mSec minimum
-- Potentiometric Input:
     --- Type: 3 wire resistor potentiometer
     --- Resistor Range: 1k to 20k ohms
     --- Excitation: 3 VDC
-- Meter Register Inputs:
     --- Reads absolute encoded register values;
     --- 4 thru 9 digits in length
     --- 3-wire synchronous interface, ASCII coded
     --- E.g. Sensus ECR, Neptune ProRead (3-wire), Badger ADE & HR-E, etc.

Recording
-- Sample rate: 1 per second to 1 per 8 hours; programmable
-- Clock accuracy: 0.01%
-- Memory size: 128 kbytes; 80,000 data values
-- Storage method: Wrap around (first-in; first-out)

Communication
-- Local: RS-232 5 pin circular connector rated IP-67  |  Auto-selected baud rate to 19.2K
-- Cellular: Internal Telog WM/C cellular modem 1xRTT via CDMA certified on Sprint, Verizon Wireless and Bell Canada

Battery
-- Factory installed single 3.6V Lithium D cell  |  Saft LSH 20 or Equal, user replaceable

Battery Life
-- 4000 data calls to host Computer
-- Examples: 5 years @ 2 calls/day  |  1 year @ 10 calls/day

Enclosure
-- Size: 7 x 7 x  4 inches; LxWxH
-- Weight: 3 lbs.
-- Material: Polycarbonate

Environmental
-- Temperature: -40 to 70º C
-- Rating: NEMA 6 (IP67)

Sensor Model: Telog PT-3R
-- Type: Strain gauge pressure sensor
-- Range: Selectable 100, 150, 300, 500 PSIA
-- Accuracy: Non-linearity: ±0.15% of span; BFSL
-- Temperature Effect: ±0.01%/°C (0 to 80°C)
-- Temperature Range: -20°C to 105°C (non-freezing)
-- Pressure Over Range: 3 X pressure range

Physical    
-- Pressure fitting: 1/4-18 NPT male
-- Environmental: Submersible to NEMA 6 (IP-67)
-- Sensor Body material: 316 stainless steel
-- Cable: Polyurethane 0.275” diameter

Support Software
-- Telog Online (Data Hosted Solution)
-- Telogers Enterprise
-- Telogers for Windows

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