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If you manage remote sites, you know how important it is to always have situational awareness. Even if LAN fails (or you don't have LAN available at a site), you must continue to receive alarm notifications.
While there are several options for wireless alarm reporting (cellular, 900Mhz, etc), the bottom line is you need is a private reporting path that can travel long-distance and doesn't involve third-party providers. Long-range VHF/UHF alarm reporting provides a robust alternative to other wireless reporting methods. You'll get all the same advantages of wireless/cellular data transmission, without the headaches and fees of working with a 3rd party.
Top 4 Advantages of VHF/UHF Alarm Reporting:
DPS RTUs are now available with support for VHF/UHF wireless alarm reporting. One base station can serve many RTUs, and two different options are available:
This is an excellent solution if you're a telco, or particularly if you're a power utility with a dense arrangement of substations. It may also be helpful if you work for a railway, public safety, or government/military organization.
VHF/UHF support is available on a variety of RTU platforms. Use the form below (or call 1-800-693-0351, or email firstname.lastname@example.org) to tell DPS exactly which RTU capacity you need and how many base stations you'll need to cover your geographic area.
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