About Telog
 

Telog's business is remote data acquisition. We have been providing water monitoring solutions since 1987, and continue to offer the industry’s leading remote data acquisition system. Telog offers the most comprehensive family of battery powered, environmentally rugged wireless monitors available from any single supplier. Telog RTUs provide a monitoring solution for virtually every sensor, meter, instrument, and application found throughout water conveyance systems.

Telog’s Data Hosting Service offers you the option of total access to your data with none of the hassle. We collect and manage your data, including sending out alarming notifications; you need only view information and reports from the Telog web service to know exactly what is happening throughout your system.

 
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Water Hammer: Identifying The Causes Of Transient Events

 

Wireless Hydrant Pressure Recording

 

HOT PRODUCTS

Telog 32 Series Of Recording Telemetry Units (RTUs) Telog 32 Series Of Recording Telemetry Units (RTUs)

Continuing the tradition of ground breaking products that add exciting new capabilities for smart, remote monitoring in water and wastewater networks.

Wireless Lift Station Monitoring Wireless Lift Station Monitoring

Lift stations are remote pumping facilities that move wastewater from lower to higher elevation. Monitoring lift stations is important to collection system operators.

Water Distribution System Wireless Monitoring Water Distribution System Wireless Monitoring

Trimble Telog offers the industry’s leading remote data acquisition system including the most comprehensive family of battery powered, environmentally rugged wireless monitors available from any single supplier.

 

Data Hosting Service Data Hosting Service

If you prefer not to install and manage Enterprise on your corporate network, we offer a Data Hosting Service where Telog collects and manages remote RTU data on servers on a certified, secure commercial data center operating Enterprise software.

Wireless Current Loop Recorder Wireless Current Loop Recorder

The Telog iLR-32A wireless current loop recorder is part of Telog's suite of wireless monitoring products. When you combine Teloger's Enterprise software with our wireless monitoring products you have a powerful system of wireless water infrastructure monitoring that is consistently delivering real-time data from the field straight to your desktop....imagine...your data on one platform straight to your computer screen....it IS possible and it's happening now with Telogers Enterprise.

Hydrant Pressure Impulse Recorder Hydrant Pressure Impulse Recorder

The simplicity of the compact, battery-powered Telog HPR-31 enables you to put it to work within minutes of unpacking. Once installed, the Telog HPR-31 measures water pressure at user programmable rates up to four samples per second with its internal pressure transducer. You can determine how often such data is summarized for reporting. The recorder computes any combination of minimum, average and maximum pressure measurement at each interval according to your selection of statistics and recording intervals. Recorded data may be gathered via an RS-232 connector using a laptop.

Wireless Hydrant Pressure Recording Wireless Hydrant Pressure Recording

Telog’s original line of hydrant pressure recorders was designed to replace costly, high maintenance chart recorders for monitoring water pressure in distribution systems. The Telog HPR-32 series is Telog’s next generation of paperless, hydrant pressure recorders and incorporates wireless technology for hands-off data transfer straight to your desktop.

Wireless Underground Monitoring Wireless Underground Monitoring

The Ru-32mA is a versatile eight channel RTU that can be supplied with one or two pressure sensors and can interface  up to two digital inputs (pulse and/or event), one 4-20mA current loop from a process instrument, one analog voltage or potentiometer input, and two additional inputs to capture the encoded register reading of single or dual water meters such as master meters and compound meters. 

Wireless, Battery-Powered Rain Gauge RTU Wireless, Battery-Powered Rain Gauge RTU

The Telog RG-32A wireless rain gauge monitor is part of Telog's suite of wireless monitoring products. When you combine Teloger's Enterprise software with our wireless monitoring products you have a powerful system of wireless water infrastructure monitoring that is consistently delivering real-time data from the field straight to your desktop....imagine...your data on one platform straight to your computer screen....it IS possible and it's happening now with Telogers Enterprise.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Telog, A Trimble Company

830 Canning Parkway

Victor, NY 14564

UNITED STATES

Phone: 585-742-3000

Fax: 585-742-3006

Contact: Leah Wilson

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  • Sutton & East Surrey Water Uses Trimble Unity To Provide A Modern Solution For Field Crews
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    Keep Tabs On Your Lift Stations

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  • Pressure Point: Overlooked Pipeline Tech Strengthens Water Distribution Systems
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    Water distribution might sound as easy as passing water through pipes, but good municipal managers know better. With failing infrastructure rampant and an increased focus on operational efficiency, water quality, and conservation, distribution systems demand oversight and optimization. 

  • Distribution System Monitoring: How To Collect Data In Remote Locations
    Distribution System Monitoring: How To Collect Data In Remote Locations

    Consistent and reliable data acquisition is recognized as essential to efficient operations and asset management. But collecting data outside the plant can be difficult, especially when no power is available.

  • 12 Monitoring Applications That Will Keep A Finger On the Pulse Of Your Water Distribution System
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  • Maintaining Data Acquisition Capabilities Through Storms, Cyber Attacks
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  • Water Hammer: Identifying The Causes Of Transient Events
    Water Hammer: Identifying The Causes Of Transient Events

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  • Is Remote Monitoring Right for Me?
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  • Remote Monitoring Saves Money, Time For Rural Municipality
    Remote Monitoring Saves Money, Time For Rural Municipality

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  • Wireless Lift Station Monitoring Application Note
    Wireless Lift Station Monitoring Application Note

    Powerful Pump Monitoring for Optimal Lift Station Performance. Trimble Unity software combined with the Telog wireless, battery-powered, multi-channel recording telemetry system provides a GIS-centric cloud and mobile platform for monitoring lift station pump on/off cycles along with sump levels. Clamp-on current sensors monitor pump run on/off to one second resolution. 

  • Wireless PRV Monitoring Application Note
    Wireless PRV Monitoring Application Note

    Pressure reducing valves (PRVs) are used throughout water distribution systems to reduce pipeline pressure to a predetermined set point. This decreases water loss and prevents pipe breaks.

  • Hydrant Pressure Monitoring Application Note
    Hydrant Pressure Monitoring Application Note

    The simplicity of the compact, battery-powered Telog HPR-31 enables you to put it to work within minutes of unpacking. Once installed, the Telog HPR-31 measures water pressure at user programmable rates up to four samples per second with its internal pressure transducer. You can determine how often such data is summarized for reporting. The recorder computes any combination of minimum, average and maximum pressure measurement at each interval according to your selection of statistics and recording intervals. Recorded data may be gathered via an RS-232 connector using a handheld device or a laptop.

  • Impulse Detection Leads To Mitigation Of Pressure Events
    Impulse Detection Leads To Mitigation Of Pressure Events

    Water hammer events can result in service issues for utilities, as the sudden increase in pressure can contribute to pipe fatigue, eventually causing pipe failure—a costly situation for municipalities. 

  • Telog RG-32A Rain Gauge Monitor Wirelessly Provides Interval Totals
    Telog RG-32A Rain Gauge Monitor Wirelessly Provides Interval Totals

    The Telog RG-32A Rain Gauge Recorder, part of Telog’s industry-leading family of remote data acquisition products, monitors the output of any tipping bucket-style rain gauge to provide internal rain totals of any user defined length. The Telog RG-32A can be configured to call the host computer on any fixed schedule the user chooses—daily, for example, or whenever a specific level of rainfall has accumulated. This ensures that users always know how much total rainfall has occurred, up to the most recent 0.1 inch.