Totalizer Module From SignalFire Provides Instantaneous Totals of Gas Flow Rates To Help Address Flare Gas Regulations


Spurred by the growth of hydraulic fracking within the United States, flare gas regulations have become tighter, requiring companies to more closely monitor the total flow of gas on their sites. SignalFire Telemetry introduces the Totalizer Module to work with analog or digital flow meters to provide instantaneous, total, and daily flow information of gas.



With a built-in user-configurable, real-time clock, the wireless Totalizer Module stores the last 30 daily total flows. Data can be accessed wirelessly when connected to the SignalFire Modbus-in-a-Stick (a rugged, integrated device combining a high-gain antenna with gateway electronics in a single, easily mounted package) or locally over a RS-485 Modbus RTU connection.



The SignalFire Totalizer offers the following features:

• User-configurable, 24 hour clock for daily totals

• Instantaneous and totalized flow rates

• 4-20 analog input scales to flow velocity (1-5V available on request)

• Digital input interface (6 to 36VDC)

• 32 days of history available via Modbus interface

• Very low power consumption

• Relay output for local control

• Modbus (RS485) interface

• Din rail mount



For more information on the Totalizer Module, refer to the website at http://www.signal-fire.com/products/totalizer-module/ or contact the company at 978-212-2868 or info@signal-fire.com



About SignalFire

SignalFire Wireless Telemetry designs and manufactures wireless telemetry products that enable robust, long-distance wireless communication connecting multiple devices in challenging outdoor environments.  The company offers the SignalFire Remote Sensing System™ (SFRSS), a robust long-range mesh network technology specifically designed for challenging, large-scale environments characterizing industries such as oil and gas, agriculture, forestry, water systems, and the public infrastructure. The SFRSS has an open architecture that allows users to integrate many types of sensors to monitor assets such as pumps, valves, and lighting and to extract data for download. For more information about the company’s telemetry products, visit http://www.signal-fire.com/.


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