RIU3 next generation user interface launched
March 23, 2015
By Linda Hiemstra
Pentair Aquatic Eco-Systems, a global supplier of equipment, technology and engineered solutions for the aquaculture industry, has announced the release of their new Point Four RIU3 (Next Generation Remote Interface Unit).
According to the company, the RIU3 has features designed for continuous monitoring and control of water parameters and functions as either a stand-alone field mounted
transmitter/controller or can be linked network connection of up to 99 units. An unlimited amount of multi-linked network connections can be made allowing for a scalable system from small hatchery operations to large RAS systems.
According to the company an important feature is the in-tank probe calibration easily performed using the weatherproof four-button keypad that can be done by just one operator, allowing the user to service the probe and adjust values all at the same probe location.
For more information see pentairaes.com/point-four-riu3-remote-water-monitor-controller.html.
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