January 21, 2001 OmniSite Post in Autodialer,cellular,cellular monitoring solutions,Dialer,lift station,m2m,machine to machine,Monitor,Omni-site,OmniSite,pump station,SCADA,telemetry,wastewater,water,web to wireless > OmniSite Releases the XR50 Greenwood, Indiana – January 1, 2001 – OmniSite (www.omnisite.com), the leader in low cost easy to use monitoring equipment for the wastewater industry, today announced the release of the XR-50 Micro RTU, which provides the functionality of a telephone alarm dialer and telemetry radio in a micro-miniature hardened package. The XR-50 is a cellular modem module capable of monitoring ten alarm contacts, and can deliver a user notification via e-mail, pager, or standard voice. All ten alarm input channels are optically isolated for superior lightning protection. The XR-50 is also excellent for CSO monitoring using the optional solar power supply. The XR-50 is user configurable via the internet using a standard web browser, allowing the user to monitor and configure their equipment worldwide. Additionally this low cost unit provides nationwide monitoring capabilities from a central location without long distance telephone charges. Monthly service fees are 50% less than standard telephone lines, and coverage is available for 98% of the U.S.A. and Canada. About OmniSite OmniSite is a cellular monitoring solutions company that provides cellular monitoring and control of equipment to the water and wastewater industries. The OmniSite system was specifically designed to be the easiest to install, setup and use lift station monitor on the market. OmniSite cellular monitors are on sewage pumping stations across the country, allowing operators to view and analyze data from any computer at any time and anywhere. OmniSite is privately held with headquarters in Greenwood, Indiana. For more information, please visit www.omnisite.com, or e-mail us at email@example.com. If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader.