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WIRELESS DATA COLLECTION FOR GEOTECHNICAL INSTRUMENTS

WIRELESS DATA COLLECTION FOR GEOTECHNICAL INSTRUMENTS

TWO OPTIONS FOR WIRELESS DATA COLLECTION

Whether collecting geotechnical instrument data on-site or remotely, RST Instruments offers two wireless data collection systems: RSTAR and DT Link. Compatible sensor types for both systems include vibrating wire, MEMS, 4-20 mA transmitters, and thermistors.

Both systems are based on the 900 MHz, 868 MHz, and 2.4 GHz spread spectrum band (country dependent) with extensive open-country range through use of simple dipole or directional antenna.


RSTAR System (fully automated wireless data collection)

Wireless data collection configuration diagram
RSTAR

The RSTAR Array Radio Series uses wireless technology to provide automated data acquisition. A complete RSTAR L900 System uses L900 RSTAR Nodes at the sensor level, deployed in a star topology from a continuously active L900 RSTAR Hub, which consists of an L900 RTU interfaced to a FlexDAQ data logger.

The RSTAR system is intended for fully automated scheduled collection and provides remote data access. It uses a fixed central hub with its own data logger, antenna, and power. The range from the sensor node to the hub is up to 14 km.

Click here to view more information about RSTAR

 Click here to view the RSTAR Webinar for detailed information


DT Link System (semi-automated wireless data collection)

DT LINK

The DT Link system is a wireless connection to RST data loggers for quick semi-automated data collection performed on-site. The DT Link system uses a portable hub with laptop connection and host software. The ranges from the sensor node to the hub can be up to 500 m and 800 m.

Click here to view more information about DT Link

 Click here to view the DT Link Webinar for detailed information



COMPATIBLE SENSORS TYPES

The following sensors are compatible with RST wireless data collection systems:

Vibrating Wire Sensors
MEMS
4-20mA Transmitters
Thermistors


TWO OPTIONS FOR WIRELESS DATA COLLECTION

Whether collecting geotechnical instrument data on-site or remotely, RST Instruments offers two wireless data collection systems: RSTAR and DT Link. Compatible sensor types for both systems include vibrating wire, MEMS, 4-20 mA transmitters, and thermistors.

Both systems are based on the 900 MHz and 2.4 GHz spread spectrum band (country dependent) with extensive open-country range through use of simple dipole or directional antenna.

RSTAR System (fully automated wireless data collection)

RSTAR

The RSTAR Array Radio Series uses wireless technology to provide automated data acquisition. A complete RSTAR L900 System uses L900 RSTAR Nodes at the sensor level, deployed in a star topology from a continuously active L900 RSTAR Hub, which consists of an L900 RTU interfaced to a FlexDAQ data logger.

The RSTAR system is intended for fully automated scheduled collection and provides remote data access. It uses a fixed central hub with its own data logger, antenna, and power. The range from the sensor node to the hub is up to 14 km.

More information about RSTAR

DT Link System (semi-automated wireless data collection)

DT LINK

The DT Link system is a wireless connection to RST data loggers for quick semi-automated data collection performed on-site. The DT Link system uses a portable hub with laptop connection and host software. The ranges from the sensor node to the hub can be up to 500 m and 800 m.

More information about DT Link

COMPATIBLE SENSORS TYPES

The following sensors are compatible with RST wireless data collection systems:

Vibrating Wire Sensors
MEMS
4-20mA Transmitters
Thermistors

CONTACT US

RST Instruments Ltd.

11545 Kingston Street
Maple Ridge, BC
Canada V2X 0Z5

604-540-1100

1-800-665-5599

Fax: 604-540-1005

info@rstinstruments.com

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CONTACT US

RST Instruments Ltd.

11545 Kingston Street
Maple Ridge, BC
Canada V2X 0Z5

604-540-1100

1-800-665-5599

Fax: 604-540-1005

info@rstinstruments.com



CONNECT WITH RST

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ASK A QUESTION

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