RACO Mfg. and Eng. Co., a provider of remote monitoring, reporting and control devices, now supports two new protocols, EtherNet/IP and Modbus TCP, which allow the Verbatim Gateway remote monitoring and reporting system to interface with programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and other devices.
RACO Mfg. and Eng. Co., a provider of remote monitoring, reporting and control devices, now offers EtherNet/IPTM and Modbus TCP protocols for Catalyst — an integrated system for data and event logging, alarm notification and status checking.
With the optional EtherNet/IP and Modbus TCP protocols, Catalyst can interface and integrate with more system designs—including programmable logic controllers, SCADA systems and other devices.
RACO Mfg. and Eng. Co. announced that its Verbatim Gateway is included in Rockwell Automation’s Integrated Architecture Builder (IAB). An alarm monitoring product for PLCs and HMI/SCADA systems, Verbatim Gateway has the distinct honor of being the only alarm monitoring system included in the IAB tool.
Polk County, Florida’s fourth largest county, spans 2,010 sq miles of swampy lowlands between Tampa and Orlando. Known as the lightning capital of the Western Hemisphere, Polk County experiences numerous hurricanes, thunderstorms and a large portion of the state’s one million cloud-to-ground lightning strikes per year. Together, the flat terrain, climate and large geographical area make water service a challenge. Gravity-driven distribution doesn’t work, and power outages frequently disrupt pump operation.
Amherst is a city of about 37,000 situated in the hills of western Massachusetts. Population growth in the area has been steady over the years, almost doubling since 1960.
With the continuous expansion of three college campuses—the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Hampshire College and Amherst College—the infrastructure has grown as well. Jim Laford, division supervisor of Amherst’s wastewater division, has witnessed that growth firsthand. His team is responsible for the integrity and reliability of the entire wastewater system.
Oil leak cleanup project uses system for data logging and alarm monitoring
Blog features case studies, product information and moreIn January, RACO Manufacturing and Engineering Co. launched a new blog featuring content about monitoring and alarm notification systems for the water and wastewater market.
Content will be posted monthly, including technical information, white papers, product descriptions, tips, case studies and more. Recent articles include a case study about how an alarm system benefited a small Texas town and a tip about troubleshooting phone line problems.
Company hopes to build first online community centered on alarm autodialingRACO Manufacturing and Engineering, a provider of remote communications systems for monitoring, alarm notification and data logging applications, announced the launch of its corporate Facebook fan page. The move builds on the company’s recent efforts to create the first online community devoted to alarm autodialing.
Evesham Municipal Utilities Authority combines network of autodialers, programmable controllers and remote sensors
Backup units provide reliable working data
The Dallas World Aquarium turned to RACO to ensure the safety of endangered wildlife.