Mission Communications’ MyDro series of remote terminal units (RTUs) augment legacy unit functionality with the addition of enhanced electronics and an onboard, interactive display screen. The MyDro 150 closely resembles the capabilities of the M110 RTU, while the MyDro 850 builds upon the M800 RTU. With over-the-air firmware upgrades, dual SIM-capable radios, and expandable inputs and outputs, the MyDro series was built with the future in mind. The LCD touch screen is instrumental when performing site inspections and maintenance and allows for the configuration of many device settings while also displaying current RTU statuses.
Mission Communications’ MyDro series of remote terminal units (RTUs) augment legacy unit functionality with the addition of enhanced electronics and an onboard, interactive display screen.
With MyDro Expansion Modules, the RTUs support 16 digital inputs, 6 analog inputs, 2 pulse inputs, and 2 analog outputs simultaneously. A simple RS485 communications cable can be used to wire expansion modules in parallel.
Customers old and new stand to benefit from the expanded architecture of the MyDro, which opens monitoring capabilities to facilities that were previously unable to use the Mission platform. It is easy for existing customers to upgrade their legacy RTUs to the state-of-the-art MyDro. Convenient retrofit mounting options are available for all enclosure styles.
Each purpose-built RTU includes the necessary hardware for a standard installation, such as a cellular radio, enclosure, backup battery, transformer, and antenna with cable and mounting hardware. WW
Mission Communications is exhibiting at AWWA’s ACE18 expo in booth 25071. Learn more at 123mc.com.
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