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  • Adding an RTU

    ( RTUs )

    1. Navigate to the station See the ‘Viewing a Station’ section for more detail. 2. Click the ‘RTUs’ tab in the Navigation Bar 3. Click the ‘Add’ button The RTU Setup screen is displayed: RTU Setup is split into five main sections which are shown in the sidebar of … Continue reading 

  • RTU Setup – RTU Details

    ( RTUs )

    1. Enter a name for the RTU and select the RTU Type (and version if applicable), Base Time and Time Zone 1 2. Tick the ‘Use as template’ box to use the RTU as a setup template for other RTUs … Continue reading 

  • RTU Setup – Data Collection

    ( RTUs )

    1. Select whether Profile will make a direct connection to the computer or retrieve historical data from a VIA 1 2. Select the poll rate for the data collection 2 3. Select the request timeout 3 4. Select the connection timeout (Omni only) 4 … Continue reading 

  • RTU Setup – Communications

    ( RTUs )

    1. Select the communication protocol that will be used 1 A subsection will be added under Communications in the sidebar based on the flow computer and communications protocol selected e.g. ‘Modbus Map’ for Omni 6000 or ‘Spirit Tags’ for Spirit Flow-X. 2. Click … Continue reading 

  • RTU Setup – Station Areas

    ( RTUs )

    1. Use the menus to map the RTU meter runs to the physical locations on the Station 2. Click the ‘Next’ button to move to the next section:  Meter Runs

  • RTU Setup – Meter Runs

    ( RTUs )

    The Meter Runs section allows the configuration and data collection fields to be set up for each of the meter runs on the station. The number of meter runs shown will reflect what was configured during the station setup. 1. Use the menus … Continue reading 

  • Managing RTUs

    ( RTUs )

    1. Click the ‘RTUs’ tab in the Navigation Bar The RTUs List displays information about every RTU in the selected area or station: The list can be filtered using the filters in the right hand sidebar. Editing an RTU To … Continue reading