Telog Instruments
The entire Telog product line is designed to collect, analyze and present your data from the field. This provides you with historical information you need to satisfy regulatory and internal demands. Cutting-edge communication options include cellular and Ethernet. Cost-effective power options include battery, solar and AC to offer you primary and backup power as well as save you money in power usage and maintenance. Applications include CSO/SSO event alarm notification, lift station monitoring, inflow and infiltration alarm notification, water and gas line pressure recording, fire flow testing, hydrant pressure recording, tank monitoring and facilities energy monitoring.

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830 Canning Parkway
Victor, NY 14564-8940
United States
Phone: 585.742.3000
Fax: 585.742.3006

Products + Services

Telog’s RG-32 wireless rain gauge monitors the output of a tipping bucket rain gauge, collecting rainfall data via a user-defined schedule and/or alarm events. Data transfers automatically over a cellular network to a host computer. A single, user-replaceable D cell lithium battery powers the unit up to five years. Users can choose from two wireless communication technologies for compatibility... more
  • Telog’s RG-32 wireless rain gauge monitors the output of a tipping bucket rain gauge, collecting rainfall data via a user-defined schedule and/or alarm events. Data transfers automatically over a cellular network to a host computer. A single, user-replaceable D cell lithium battery powers the unit up to five years. Users can choose from two wireless communication technologies for compatibility... more
  • The Ru-32 remote telemetry unit attaches directly to the pulse output of magnetic flowmeters to trend flow at user-defined intervals. The pressure sensor option allows users to program the recorder with high and low alarm levels for both pressure and flow, for immediate notification of out-of-range site conditions. The external antenna can be mounted to the underside of a non-metallic meter box... more
  • Telog’s new HPR-32 Series wireless hydrant pressure recorders enable unmanned monitoring of remote water pressure sites. They use a single, user-replaceable D-cell lithium battery, so they do not require a hard-wired electrical connection. Each unit is small, rugged and easily installed by one person. Once installed, data are immediately available through the Web, using Telogers for Windows or... more
  • Telog provides lift station monitoring that can typically be installed at one-third the cost of SCADA. This system provides real-time alarming and notification via SMS text or e-mail; time-stamp event data; trend data; station flow history; pump cycle data; pumping rate history; pump energy-efficiency history; and site diagnostics. Data is transferred wirelessly to a user’s host computer for Web... more
  • Telog provides lift station monitoring with a system that provides real-time alarm and notification via SMS text or e-mail, time-stamp event data, trend data, station flow history, pump cycle data, pumping rate history, pump energy-efficiency history and site diagnostics. Data is transferred wirelessly to a user’s host computer for Web viewing. more
  • The Ru-32 remote telemetry unit can be provided with two pressure sensors to monitor the input and output of pressure-reducing valves. If the valve is configured with a valve position potentiometer, then the unit can monitor the valve open position. Once it knows the differential pressure, the valve position and the valve flow characteristics, the unit computes the flow through the valve. The... more

Storm Water Safety

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Rural Monitoring

Many small municipalities rely on nearby cities for their wastewater treatment. However, these towns and counties—which often are wide in square miles but narrow in... more

Automated Wireless Monitoring of Water Distribution Systems

This paper provides an overview of a comprehensive, wireless, remote monitoring system for water distribution system operators, including an economical application... more

Automated Wireless Monitoring of Wastewater Collection Systems

Water and wastewater utilities today are suffering from "environmental data chaos." They have silos of data in different systems, different databases and different, non-... more

Badger Meter, Telog Announce Partnership

Badger Meter Inc. announced it will enter into a strategic partnership with Telog Instruments Inc., a developer and manufacturer of remote data acquisition systems that... more

Lift Station Monitoring

Telog showcased a lift station monitoring system at WEFTEC.09 At WEFTEC.09 (booth #4421) Telog showcased a lift station monitoring that can typically be installed at 1/3... more

Computing Flow Through Wastewater Lift Stations

Lift stations—the remote pumping facilities that move wastewater from lower to higher elevations—can be difficult and costly to monitor, especially when they are located... more

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... more

Centralize & Streamline

In 2005, the Louisville Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) entered into a regulatory consent decree that was later amended in 2009, requiring the mitigation of more than... more

Say Goodbye to System Blind Spots

Using real-time flow monitoring and online hydraulic modeling to optimize collection system managementManagement of wet-weather flows in wastewater collection systems... more

SCADA Alternatives for Remote Monitoring

A supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system can be utilized for remote data acquisition, but because it is primarily a real-time control system, the user... more

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