LONGWOOD, FLORIDA — Semaphore, a Servelec Group Company, will showcase the Kingfisher and TBox, the smart Remote Terminal Units (RTUs) for automation and measurement applications in the oil & gas industries at ENTELEC 2014. The exhibit takes place at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas, May 20 – 22, 2014.
Semaphore's exhibit in booth #126 will feature TFlo™, the industry's fastest and most secure gas flow computing program that provides measurement and control plus access by users, anytime, anywhere. Housed in a solid and compact package, the solution incorporates integrated 3G cellular communications, Web server, immediate notification technology, and mobile device connectivity.
Meeting or exceeding Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) Directive 17 and American Petroleum Institute (API) Chapter 21.1 requirements, TFlo™ operates from approximately -40 to +70°C temperature range and is approved for installation in Class I, Division 2, Groups A to D hazardous areas.
TFlo™ software is a standard application that supports any combination of meters that are common in well sites and pipeline installations, including Coriolis, positive displacement, rotary, orifice, turbine, ultrasonic, V-Cone, and Wafer Cone. TFlo™ software's flow and energy calculations include the latest versions of AGA3, AGA5, AGA7, AGA8 Gross & Detail methods, and AGA11 (mass to volume calculation).
Complementary to the TFlo™ is Semaphore's TBox LT2, the processing engine and hardware platform for TFlo™. TBox LT2 is an all-in-one SCADA system featuring integral Web server, 3G wireless communications, and a complete cyber security application suite, all tightly integrated with programmable automation, alarm notification, data logging and Ethernet communications in a rugged module. TBox LT2 leverages instant notification via e-mail, SMS text and FTP but also provides traditional, SCADA communications for gas measurement using the Enron Modbus protocol.
Also on exhibit will be Semaphore's Kingfisher line, which provides an advanced automation platform for SCADA system solutions, including redundant configurations, intelligent I/O, and open programming that is compliant with IEC 61131-3. Kingfisher RTU products are well suited to large, demanding measurement and control applications that employ central stations.
ENTELEC is the world's leading conference specifically for communications and control technologies in the energy industries. National and international attendees who design, engineer and specify communications networks and control systems and services for the energy industries attend the annual ENTELEC Conference & Trade Show. The Spring Conference & Expo attracts over 2,000 attendees and features technical education, training, roundtable discussions, vendor shoot-outs, networking and exhibits with products and services displayed from 200 exhibiting companies. For more information, visit http://www.entelec.org/events/springconference.
Semaphore is part of Servelec Technologies Group, under the umbrella of Servelec Group PLC, under which sits all of Servelec's SCADA and telemetry-related businesses. In addition to Semaphore, the group includes Tynemarch Systems and Servelec Systems. Servelec Technologies is a global provider of business optimization solutions, comprising SCADA, software solutions, Remote Terminal Units (RTUs) and consultancy services.
For more information, visit www.servelec-technologies.com.
Semaphore's trademarks, Kingfisher and TBox, are application software and Web configuration tools that are ideal for a broad range of monitoring and control applications in the oil and gas production and distribution, power, broadcast/telecom, transportation, and water/wastewater industries. The company's telemetry, automation, and remote monitoring solutions have an installed base of over 100,000 devices.
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