Reliability Taken to the Extreme
Reliable monitoring systems for LPG and fuel tanks is a primary prerequisite for our customers. As evidenced in photographs published recently, the c.Log, designed by ISA, functioned perfectly in the State of Maine (USA) where the outside temperature was 17 degrees below zero F as well as submerged below 3 feet of ice. That is reliability even in extreme conditions.
c.Log is a multi-purpose autonomous remote management system that provides data logging, automatic meter and dial reading and alarm triggering. The device can be connected to several sensors, wired or wirelessly through an RTU (Remote Transmitter Unit). The received data is saved and forwarded to a cloud server via GSM, CDMA, and through SMS/GPRS, with a configurable sending frequency, from once a week up to, several times a day. With all these features fully operational while submerged under ice the question that arises can be only one: what more can be required?