Conolog ships monitoring units to West Coast water utility
Conolog Corporation announced today that it has delivered its water product series to a West Coast utility.
SOMERVILLE, N.J., April 25, 2001 — Conolog Corporation announced today that it has delivered its water product series to a West Coast utility.
These units are specifically designed and configured for use by water and waste utilities with single site locations requiring multi-function monitoring command and control. The units are compact and can operate independently from any master location.
Conolog President, Robert Benou, stated, "These units were designed to operate singly or in tandem with the potential for 32 units handling up to 768 individual functions. Any combination of units up to and including all 32 units may be operated from a single master station or as multiple master stations, however the utility wishes to configure them."
Benou continued, "This flexibility in command and control, unique to this series, provides water utilities rapid feedback to command centers not located at the master station. Duplicate feedback to multiple stations is purely a function of configuration, providing great savings to the utility."
About Conolog Corporation:
Conolog Corporation provides engineering and design services, technical personnel placement, and computer maintenance services to a variety of industries, government organizations, and public utilities nationwide. The Company's INIVEN division manufactures a line of digital signal processing systems, including transmitters, receivers and multiplexers.