American Innovations announces new satellite monitor
Published by Lydia Woellwarth,
American Innovations (AI) has announced the release of Bullhorn® RM4211. With its ability to capture AC and DC voltage measurements, this satellite monitor’s features are robust and its design streamlined. With an internal antenna for damage-control and easy transport the RM4211 satellite monitor offers impressive versatility at an economical price point.
Three, high voltage analogue measurement channels deliver accurate data for a variety of cathodic protection (CP) applications including: mid-point test stations, bonds and solar powered rectifiers. The monitor can capture measurements like AC/DC Pipe-to-Soil, instant-off, shunts, rectifier Volts and Amps and more. It can also take IR-free instant-off readings from a coupon for annual interrupted surveys, delivering even more value.
Installation of the RM4211 is simple, fast and easy. It can be mounted on any 3 in. riser or rectifier. RM4211 does not require an external power source because it has a long-lasting (approximately 5 years) lithium-ion batteries. Combined with its satellite connectivity, you can easily and reliably access your data, even in areas with no cell coverage. This combination is especially helpful for customers monitoring very remote locations, from swamps to mountains.
Feel confident about the accuracy of data readings with RM4211’s performance. It measures with 1% of reading accuracy all the way through the range with auto-calibration and auto-zero for every measurement. This allows you to quickly identify problem areas and ensure CP effectiveness using flexible reports and graphs. All data is securely stored in non-volatile memory, and communication to the remote monitoring unit is queued in Bullhorn Web and sent the next time the unit wakes up to transmit.
Image courtesy of American Innovations.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/product-news/13112018/american-innovations-announces-new-satellite-monitor/
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