RACO Mfg. and Eng. Co. Inc.
For over 60 years, RACO Manufacturing and Engineering Co., Inc. has provided municipalities, industry, and government with a wide variety of high-quality, reliable remote communications systems, annunciators, and RTU's for alarm autodialing, remote monitoring, reporting, and control. Applications range from only a single point to a full multi-station, multi-point PLC, DCS, or SCADA network. RACO alarm autodialers provide remote monitoring reporting, and control functions over standard dial-up or cellular telephone networks. Alarms can be reported by voice messages to any type of phone. Alarm or system data can additionaly be sent to a secure web site, email, fax, or pager.

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1400 62nd Street
Emeryville, CA 94608
United States
Toll-free: 800.722.6999
Phone: 800.722.6999
Fax: 510.658.3153

Product Categories

Communications Equipment & Systems; Data Acquisition Systems; Alarm Systems & Components; Annunciators; Data, Loggers

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