RACO Announces Catalyst Update, Now Supports Two Communication Protocols
EMERYVILLE, Calif. (June 18, 2014) — RACO Manufacturing and Engineering Co., a leading 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 easily interface and integrate with more system designs — including PLCs, SCADA systems and other devices. These communication protocols are just two of RACO’s latest product updates.
“RACO is committed to continuous product improvements to meet our customers’ growing needs,” said James Brown, vice president of sales and marketing for RACO. “Catalyst is a flexible, single-package solution to provide the peace of mind, stability and confidence our clients require.”
RACO’s Catalyst is an integrated data logging and alarm notification system that offers immediate access for extensive data and event logging. Catalyst is reliable and adaptable with two-way connectivity and constant communication via landline, pager, cellular phone or fax. Easy programming and upgradeability, even remotely, allows for efficient monitoring, reporting and control function.
Learn more about RACO’s Catalyst and the addition of the EtherNet/IP and Modbus TCP protocols by visiting racoman.com/catalyst.html
About RACO Manufacturing and Engineering Co.
For more than 60 years and with more than 60,000 installations, RACO Manufacturing and Engineering Co. of Emeryville, California, has provided municipalities, industry and government with a wide variety of high-quality, reliable remote monitoring systems and RTUs for data logging, alarm autodialing, remote monitoring, reporting and control. For more information, contact RACO at 1400 62nd St., Emeryville, CA 94608; Ph: 800-722-6999; Fax: 510-658-3153; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit racoman.com
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