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RACO Mfg and Eng at RAOTM – Spokane, Washington – July 27-28, 2016

Posted by dldaily on Fri, Jul 8, 2016 @ 11:22 AM

On July 27 & 28, RACO Manufacturing and Engineering will be at Rockwell Automation On the Move (RAOTM). The event will be held at the Davenport Grand at Spokane, Washington. RACO alarm systems provide remote monitoring, reporting, datalogging, and control functions over the standard dial-up or wirelessly over cellular telephone networks. Alarms can be reported using voice messages sent to landline or cellular telephones or using electronic messages delivered via computers, fax machines, email, or SMS. For over 50 years, RACO Manufacturing and Engineering Co., Inc. has provided municipa... Continue Reading

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RACO Now Included in Rockwell Automation Support Center – RACO Product and Rockwell PLC Integration Made Easier Than Ever

Posted by dldaily on Fri, Apr 5, 2013 @ 9:15 AM

EMERYVILLE, Calif. (April 3, 2013) — RACO Manufacturing and Engineering Company Inc., a leading provider of remote monitoring, reporting and control devices, announced today its inclusion in the Rockwell Automation Support Center, also referred to as its knowledgebase. With RACO’s inclusion to the RockwellAutomationSupportCenter, customers have access to over 350 FAQs, including all integration notes, which makes it even easier to integrate existing Rockwell PLCs with RACO® products. Customers can resolve their technical issues easily and efficiently with 24/7 support from theRockwellAut... Continue Reading

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Guard-It: Key Features and Benefits

Posted by jBrown on Thu, Jul 21, 2011 @ 6:30 AM

RACO’s Guard-It is a low-cost autodialer with flexible features for dependable alarm and remote monitoring. Users can configure four universal input channels for analog or digital signals, which are field-programmable at the system’s control panel. Upon alarm detection, the system calls a list of up to eight phone numbers. Respondents are given the station’s identity and specific alarm condition by a prerecorded voice message. In addition to standard office phones, the alarm sequence can also call pagers, cell phones or voice mail. Respondents can press a button on the phone’s ke... Continue Reading

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Case Study: Hampton Water Works Co. and Salisbury Water Supply Co.

Posted by jBrown on Fri, Jul 15, 2011 @ 5:08 PM

Hampton Water Works Co. in New Hampshire and Salisbury Water Supply Co. in Massachusetts use the Verbatim Model VSS-8C Autodialer/Alarm Monitor for 24-hour surveillance of two municipal water distribution facilities. During system upgrades for both plants, workers installed the Verbatim autodialer to take over status and alarm reporting on nights and weekends. The monitor is programmed for 11 areas in the plants, which serve about 11,000 customers during peak summer months when daily water delivery nears 7 million gal. Critical monitoring areas comprise water levels in storage tanks and ope... Continue Reading

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Case Study: Rose Street Lift Station

Posted by jBrown on Thu, Jun 9, 2011 @ 4:56 PM

The Rose Street Lift Station in San Benito, Texas, uses the Chatterbox Automatic Alarm Dialer: a unit furnished with four digital inputs that can access landlines, pagers, cell phones and voice-mail systems. Plant officials keep the dialer in a Nema 4X enclosure with a transparent casing so that crews can easily view its status. Typical for this type of facility, the alarm is used to monitor power failure and high wet-well levels. Four phone numbers—including the police station’s—are programmed into the system in case of emergency. In fact, an emergency was the impetus behind the c... Continue Reading

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