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Access the RACO Support Center With Your Mobile Phone

Posted by jBrown on Tue, Jul 19, 2011 @ 4:30 AM

RACO’s Support Center is now available through your iPhone, iPad or Android for easy and convenient onsite access. Now, workers can browse content while in the field and get answers to more than 500 frequently asked questions. Simply type in www.racomobilesupport.com for access. The mobile website functions similarly to the original—just search for questions using the “Support Center-Answer” tab, set up a user profile through “My Page” or create your own question with the “Ask a Question” feature. Additionally, users have access to manuals and specs, product info, installati... Continue Reading

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Catalyst: An Option for Flexible Monitoring

Posted by jBrown on Thu, Apr 7, 2011 @ 11:35 AM

For flexible remote communications, RACO offers Catalyst, the first integrated, interactive system for pump station data logging, alarm notification and status checks for water and wastewater treatment plants. The Catalyst system can monitor up to 256 points at once for data and event logging, storing information on data samples, alarms, channel state changes and configuration changes on five megabytes of memory. Catalyst can communicate that information to up to 96 user destinations through phone, fax, e-mail, or pager, or send it to a central computer. With space for up to 45 minutes of v... Continue Reading

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Case Study: Catalyst System Increases Efficiency

Posted by jBrown on Wed, Apr 6, 2011 @ 7:28 AM

In an effort to improve plant efficiency and provide safe drinking water, the Pike Township Municipal Authority installed a RACO Catalyst system at its Curwensville, Pa., water treatment and distribution facility. The authority did this as part of its membership in the Partnership for Safe Water program, which encourages utilities to voluntarily survey plant operations. The treatment plant’s previous monitoring system could only monitor four points at once, leaving 12 points unmonitored. Because the facility is unmanned on nights and weekends, staff members often arrived at work only to f... Continue Reading

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