Challenges
  • Sewer and combined sewer overflows and flooding
  • Monitoring and recording information around CSO/SSO events
  • Reducing the impact of overflow and flood events on public health
  • Minimizing environmental impacts caused by sewer overflows
  • Providing accurate data to meet regulatory requirements
Solution

Wireless CSO/SSO Monitoring, Alarming and Reporting Made Simple. Trimble Unity software combined with Telog wireless, battery-powered CSO/SSO monitoring recording telemetry units (RTUs) provide a GIS-centric cloud and mobile platform for monitoring, alarming and reporting CSO/SSO and flood events. Telog RTUs are intended for use in harsh environments such as inside sewer manholes. Multiple alarm levels can be configured to provide immediate notification of surcharge events. Telog RTUs can store data internally for many months, if required, and wirelessly transmit on a defined schedule or in response to alarms, delivering advance warning of overflows, blockages and a powerful solution to manage and reduce CSOs, SSOs and flooding incidents.


Benefits
 

Monitor and Reduce Overflows (CSOs/SSOs) and Flooding, Protecting Public Health and the Environment

 
 
Streamline environmental and regulatory reporting
Reduce response time to overflows and flooding incidents
Real-time situational awareness on wastewater and stormwater operations
Minimize CSOs/SSOs, flooding and environmental impacts
 

Components

Recording Telemetry Unit (RTU)
Telog Ru-33
(pictured here, antenna required)
Telog Ru-32 (antenna required)
Telog PE-41
Telog WL-41

Sensor/Switch
Telog Ultrasonic level
Pressure level
Float switch


CSO/SSO MONITORING VIDEO

Case Study
Application Solutions

Three configurations for wireless CSO/SSO monitoring & reporting


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