Telog: 41 Series

As part of a smart water infrastructure, Telog’s 41 Series is designed to enable utilities to monitor real-time operations, assess the condition of assets, repair leaks to reduce non-revenue water (NRW) and manage critical infrastructure.

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Supplier: Telog

Remotely measure and monitor water, wastewater and groundwater systems including water pressures, flows, levels and rainfall volumes.

Powered by a single, user-replaceable C-size lithium battery. 5 year battery life with 15 minute transmits.

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Pressure Monitoring: The Telog PR-41 Pressure Recorder provides utilities with visibility of their water system pressures ensuring that they can operate the network to meet customer needs, regulatory requirements and manage NRW.

Level Monitoring: The Telog WL-41 Level Recorder allows utilities to monitor water levels of underground aquifers, reservoirs and water towers, ensuring that they have a real-time view of the water resources available and stored within their network.

Flow Monitoring: The Telog MTU-41 Meter Telemetry Unit enables utilities to monitor water flows in their system by collecting the values from a flow meter register and reporting the computed interval flow volume. The Telog MTU-41 ensures that the utility has an up to date view of flows, while improving efficiencies with the elimination of manual reads.

Pulse/Event Monitoring: The Telog PE-41 Pulse Event Recorder enables the monitoring of meter devices such as flow meters within the network. By retrofitting the Telog PE-41 to existing mechanical meters (e.g. flow meters) in the network, the utility can gain near real-time data on parameters such as flow that were not previously possible, while driving efficiencies by removing the need for manual reads.

Rainfall Monitoring: The Telog RG-41 Rain Gauge allows utilities to continuously gather data on rainfall within their service area. The Telog RG-41 monitors the output of a tipping bucket rain gauge and reports the rainfall intensity so utilities can understand the intensity and distribution of rainfall and its potential impact on their network.

 

 

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