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Mon, 07/16/2012 - 12:18pm

Global Monitoring MessengerGlobal Monitoring offers its Messenger™ GMU8120 remote monitoring unit for remote monitoring and control of groundwater remediation systems that are often unattended and function without operator assistance. According to the company, this unit also grants: 

  • The real-time operating status of tank levels, pumps and other instruments associated with groundwater remediation systems.
  • The tracking of various parameters, such as liquid level, pressure, temperature and flow.   
  • The capacity to support remote predictive maintenance, while reducing equipment downtime, labor and costs associated with field equipment repairs.  
  • The power to retain detailed historical information of equipment operations, which can be used to improve new equipment designs and provide proof of operation to end-users. 
  • An alarm processor to notify key personnel when a problem has been detected via telephone or computer, enabling operators to cost-effectively perform equipment repairs and/or schedule preventive maintenance.  
  • Configurability to a wide variety of sensor types, not to mention the ability to expand to 16 inputs.
  • Communication via standard phone-line interface, or via optional cellular data or Ethernet interfaces.  
  • The flexibility to share an existing phone or fax line to reduce or eliminate ongoing communications costs.
  • Autonomous operation to eliminate the need for a monthly monitoring service.  
  • Easy setup and operation that do not require the expertise of a computer tech or IT professional. 
  • An international power supply and self-contained battery backup. 
  • Compatibility with an optional m2mLive monitoring network for global operations that can place collected data onto a website for viewing of historical information. 

contactus@globalmonitoring.com

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