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Video: Connect Each Part of Your Water and Wastewater Application

16 Jul, 2021 / Videos

Recently, we heard from two of ProSoft’s water and wastewater experts about connecting ...

Connectivity for Each Part of Your Wellpad Application

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The size and complexity of oil and gas applications make it impossible for users to use...

Must-Watch: In-Chassis vs. Gateways Cagematch

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Our latest cagematch webinar featured our experts battling over protocol converters. Fi...

Connecting Legacy Equipment to Newer Protocols

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Video: Connect Each Part of Your Water and Wastewater Application

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Senior Marketing Communications Specialist Filed in Videos, Gateways In-chassis Modernization Protocol Conversion Remote Connectivity Wastewater Water Wireless

Recently, we heard from two of ProSoft’s water and wastewater experts about connecting each part of a W/WW site. Watch the recording here, and check out our top three takeaways from their presentation.

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Connectivity for Each Part of Your Wellpad Application

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Senior Marketing Communications Specialist Filed in Product focus, Oil and Gas Flow Computing Protocol Conversion Wireless In-chassis Gateways

The size and complexity of oil and gas applications make it impossible for users to use one technology or platform. Each part has information that needs to be sent to your PAC or SCADA system, making real-time protocol conversion and data transfer a must. Meanwhile, throughout your wellpad site, wireless connectivity can ensure reliable communications among wide-ranging equipment.

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Must-Watch: In-Chassis vs. Gateways Cagematch

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Senior Marketing Communications Specialist Filed in Videos, Gateways In-chassis Protocol Conversion

Our latest cagematch webinar featured our experts battling over protocol converters. Find out how in-chassis modules and gateways stack up when it comes to costs, flexibility, and configuration.

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How You’ll Benefit from Add-On Profiles and Add-On Instructions

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Senior Marketing Communications Specialist Filed in Work Smarter, Gateways In-chassis

The inclusion of Add-On Profiles and/or Add-On Instructions can help you avoid prolonged configuration and some serious frustration.

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Protocol Conversion: Choosing In-Chassis or Gateways

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Senior Marketing Communications Specialist Filed in Technology focus, Gateways In-chassis

ProSoft's product suites cover a wide range of protocols, with overlaps between the in-chassis and gateway solution families. Wondering which one is best to use? As you might expect, it depends on your application’s needs.

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Connectivity for Water and Wastewater Applications

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Global Communications Specialist Filed in Work Smarter, Gateways Remote Connectivity Wastewater Water In-chassis

As water and wastewater service areas and needs expand, robust, wide-ranging connectivity solutions are a must. In addition, equipment that requires monitoring across the application – including pump stations, flow meters, and filtration or sedimentation systems – may use a range of industrial protocols that are incompatible with your control system.

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