Remote terminal unit
The Y-Flow® YRTU from Yokogawa Corporation of America is a remote terminal unit that allows an external turbine meter, ultrasonic meter, multivariable transmitters and Coriolis meter to be connected to measure complex AGA gas flow calculations. In addition, the Y-Flow® YRTU can measure, monitor and control other remote applications. It offers on board RS232/RS485, Ethernet and USB connections along with Modbus TCP/IP and Modbus Serial protocols. In addition, the Y-Flow® can be easily integrated with various wireless communication options, including cellular, radio spectrum and satellite.
Yokogawa Corporation of America
Level monitor for overflow prevention
The ADS ECHO™ offers early overflow detection, surface installation, and low cost of ownership. The self-contained, wireless sewer level monitoring solution alerts operators via text or email messages when flow levels exceed critical thresholds. The monitor features ultrasonic sensing technology, providing high-accuracy, focused level measurement from the top of the manhole into the pipe invert at distances up to 20 feet. ECHO is designed for ultra-low power consumption, yielding up to a five-year battery life, and integrates with ADS’s intuitive FlowView web-based interface for data collection and analysis.
Cloud-based monitoring, control
The new SeaConnect 370 IoT edge device allows users to monitor and control real-world processes and trigger actions with SeaCloud, a cloud-based, built-in event engine. Ideal for a variety of applications including asset management, data acquisition, environmental monitoring and facility management, the SeaConnect 370 offers an all-inclusive Internet of Things (IoT) solution that enhances existing systems. Benefits include: ability to configure trigger actions, web configuration accessible by mobile device, and Integrated WiFi or cellular connectivity. For data logging, the 370 interfaces with Sealevel’s optional SeaCloud service, designed to monitor, track, analyze and control data from Sealevel I/O devices.