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Siemens has extended its range of RTUs (remote terminal units) to include the Simatic RTU3030C, a compact energy-self-sufficient remote terminal unit. It can be used to monitor measuring points in widely distributed plants without depending on the existence of a local power supply or a hard-wired communication infrastructure. Users benefit from wireless access to key process data such as level, flow rate, fill height, temperature or pressure from distant measuring points. The RTU works fully independently with a power supply provided by batteries or a solar panel, enabling its flexible use in varied fields of application such as the water and wastewater industry, agriculture or asset tracking. The device can be deployed in applications such as leak detection or for monitoring pumping stations or water storage facilities, measuring filling levels in tanks and silos or for irrigation systems used in agriculture. The robust design enables it to be used under the toughest of ambient conditions (-40 to +70°C). ...

Remote terminal units are often deployed over widely distributed areas, in many cases at measuring points without their own communication or power supply infrastructure. This is where the energy-self-sufficient remote terminal unit RTU3030C comes into its own. It collects measurement data from connected sensors which it transmits to a control center. The RTU can be opera...