The Telog RS-33 provides near real-time monitoring and alarming of instruments and sensors found in water distribution and wastewater collection systems. The low power requirements of the Telog RS-33 system permits operation from a choice of utility, solar or primary battery options.
Collect, analyze and understand your data
The Telog RS-33 recording system is a versatile, economical and comprehensive solution to keep up with the data acquisition demands of today. The Telog RS-33 is a system package so flexible it can be customized for each application to provide you with the information you need in a concise, presentable format.
The power of every 33 series recorder from Trimble Telog is wireless data transfer capability. Using cellular technology enables unmanned monitoring of remote sites as well as instant updates and alarm notifications. The Telog RS-33 systems employ a Telog proprietary, low power m2m cellular modem certified for operation on the Verizon Wireless and Sprint cellular networks in addition to an Ethernet option.
The Telog RS-33 system is available with any of Telog’s R-33xx multichannel data recorders offering up to eight analog, six digital and 16 alarm/event inputs.
The Telog RS-33 system is packaged in a NEMA 4x hinged lid enclosure with water-tight fittings. The enclosures are available in two sizes, 13”L x 11”W x 6”H [330mm x 279mm x 152mm] or 16”L x 13”W x 7”H [406mm x 279mm x 178mm].
The Telog RS-33 systems have low power requirements allowing for a variety of power options. These are utility power with or without battery backup UPS function, solar, external DC or primary battery.
Trimble Telog wireless recorders are compatible with all Telog software applications, including Trimble Unity Remote Monitoring, Telog Enterprise and Telogers for Windows application software. This ensures that utilities have a complete solution addressing all their remote monitoring requirements delivered in a manner that suits each individual utility’s operations and IT needs.
Application Solutions Include
- Tank level
- Pump station performance
- I&I studies
- Distribution pressures