Remote Wireless DAQ System integrates analog and digital I/O.
July 14, 2009 -
Intended for direct measurement and external reading of remote devices and sensors, R-Lite-Web logs data at minimum sample rate of 1 min and sends it to Web server via cellular network. Data can be viewed on Remmon's secured site, and system also provides 24/7 global communication coverage for automatic SMS alert messages, SMS I/O inquiries, and SMS I/O settings. It is designed to meet control and management requirements of applications in security/energy/fluid transport industries.
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Remmon Remote monitoring Ltd.
Bet-She'an valley 10800
Bet-She'an valley, , 10800
Remmon Releases New Remote Wireless Data Acquisition System
Remmon Remote Monitoring, a leading provider of wireless GSM remote control and telemetry solutions, today announced the release of the R-Lite-Web, a new remote wireless data acquisition system.
The new, cost-effective product is especially designed to meet the requirements of various control and management applications in the fields of security, energy and fluid transport such as water, fuel and sewage.
The R-Lite-Web is a GSM/GPRS remote data logger for the direct measurement and external reading of remote devices and sensors. Data is logged into the R-Lite-Web with a sample rate of minimum one minute and sent to a Web server via the cellular network (GPRS).
The R-Lite-Web is especially suitable for the following sectors:
Homeland security - burglary alerts
Fluid transfer - water, sewage purification and fuel
Energy - automatic meter reading (AMR), alternative energy, generators and more
Climate and temperature control
Environment - weather stations, wind turbines
Remmon's CEO, Assaf Bassi, said, "Remmon continues with the accelerated development of new product lines in accordance with market demand. The R-Lite-Web addresses the growing need for strong and reliable systems that are, at the same time, also cheap and affordable. "The R-Lite-Web illustrates the flexibility and creativity of Remmon's engineers in developing cutting edge remote-controlled products."
The R-Lite-Web is a unit with analog and digital IO's that can be connected to Remmon web server. All the logged data at the unit is transferred to Remmon's web server, which is capable of accumulating and sampling data based on the client's specifications.
Each client receives a personal username and password, allowing him to control an unlimited number of units under one custom-designed screen. The data can be viewed on Remmon's secured site, which features advanced graphic technologies that allow each customer to design the graphs according to his own needs. In addition all the daa can be download to data file (CSV).
In addition, the R-Lite-Web provides 24/7 global communication coverage for automatic SMS alert messages, SMS I/O inquiries and SMS I/O settings.
The versatile, reliable and quickly configured R-Lite-Web is a cost effective RTU (Remote Terminal Unit) Logger, featuring up to 2 A/I, 4 D/I, 2 D/O, 1 RS232/RS485 serial ports and automatic data dispatch service to the Internet.
Remmon Remote Monitoring is a leading provider of cost-effective wireless GSM remote control, data log, m2m and telemetry solutions that maintain its customers' competitive edge.
Founded in 1999, Remmon takes advantage of the advances in the cellular data communication field to replace traditional landline or RF-based systems with cost-effective, intelligent, remote monitoring and control of hardware devices over the cellular backbone.
Remmon's proven experience is based on the successful completion of a large number of telemetry projects in governmental, municipal, large organization and industrial sectors. The innovative systems are installed in more than 22 countries around the world.
Remmon will be present at International Water Technologies & Environmental Control Exhibition - Watec Israel 2009, in Tel Aviv (November 17-19, 2009), at booth 108.
For further information: http://www.remmon.com.