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AutoLog Radio- and GSM- Remote Monitoring Unit

21 October 2009

FF-Automation has released a new Remote Monitoring Unit for wireless remote monitoring and controlling.

In principle the RMU can be used to monitor and control any small to medium size system. RMU can be equipped with GSM- or radio modem.

Suitable applications are oil & gas distribution systems such as pipelines, valve stations, cathodic protection, gas stations, tank farms and pumping stations. It is also suitable for energy saving street light systems, environmental monitoring and flood alarming.

All AutoLog PLC devices can operate as RTU (Remote Terminal Unit) devices. Actually most AutoLog PLCs are operating as RTU devices. AutoLog RTU device is a programmable logic controller, which is designed to communicate with remote control rooms (SCADA), using the most suitable communication network:

  • GSM-RTU (GSM / GPRS Network)
  • Radio-RTU (Radio modem UHF / VHF network)
  • TETRA-RTU (TETRA Terrestrial Trunked Radio Network)
  • Other: Ethernet, Wi-Fi, RS-485, RS-232, satellite, etc.

FF-Automation has three decades of experience in designing, manufacturing and commissioning Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) devices for numerous projects. For example the world's biggest oil and gas producer companies trust their production to AutoLog RTU devices.

FF-Automation & coming activities!
FF-Automation at MENDT exhibition
(5th Middle East Nondestructive Testing Conference & Exhibition 2009). Exhibition takes place in Bahrain Gulf Hotel November 8-11,2009)


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