Receiver collects and stores facility energy usage data from up to 255 OmniColl transmitters
Milford, OH (September 20, 2016) - FCS will demonstrate its Omnicoll Universal Modbus Receiver at its booth 220 at the 2016 World Energy Engineering Congress. The show will take place from September 21-23 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center (Washington, D.C.).
The Modbus Receiver works in conjunction with OmniColl transmitters and sensors to provide long-range wireless, fixed network data collection for monitoring facility energy usage. Users simply program the receiver with the addresses of the transmitters. Once the receiver detects the transmitters, data and corresponding transmitter IDs are kept in memory and reported to a Modbus Master on demand.
A single receiver can collect data from up to 255 OmniColl transmitters and/ or sensors. If more end point connections are required, multiple receiver units can be deployed side-by-side without any duplication of data or effort.
For additional information, visit the FCS website at www.fluidconservation.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
FCS, a division of Halma Water Management, is the North American industry leader in water leak detection technology. FCS was the first organization to patent leak correlation technology, and today its products are installed with over 1000 utilities throughout the United States.
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