The MyDro 150 and 850 have all of the functionality of the M110 and M800, with an onboard interactive display and enhanced electronics. Each remote terminal unit (RTU) includes the necessary hardware for a standard installation—such as a cellular radio, enclosure, backup battery, transformer, and an antenna with a cable and mounting hardware. Purpose-built RTUs simplify and speed installation. There is no programming required, and RTUs are self-enrolling.
Reliable Wireless Communications
RTUs operate on current generation cellular radios for dependable data transmissions. Mission maintains direct relationships with the largest cellular carriers in the U.S. and Canada to ensure the best service possible. There are no radios to license, nor cellular contracts to set up.
Real-Time Alarms Delivered To All Devices
Real-time alarms are delivered via phone call, text message, email, fax, page, and even to an existing HMI software via an OPC data link. Each alarm is logged with a timestamp for tracking and reporting. The alarm call-out schedule setup is easy, flexible, and intuitive, which allows it to be as simple or sophisticated as users require.
Managed Service—the Complete Package
The Mission system includes cellular data service, data storage, alarm call-outs, reports, and technical support that is on call 24-7-365. The highly reliable, turnkey system offers more features at a lower cost than an in-house setup. No engineering or programming is required and there are no networks to maintain.
View data and reports using the Mission 123SCADA web portal, accessible on any web-enabled device. 123SCADA is the Mission user interface designed with the look and feel of industry-standard HMI SCADA that many new features as well as a legacy user mode. Tabular and graphical reports can be used for compliance reporting and comparative studies. As always, system enhancements are included at no cost and are immediately available.
MyDro 150 RTUs
Real-Time Alarms with Hourly Summaries
The MyDro 150 summarizes analog data, RTU status, pump run times, and pump starts hourly. All alarm data is reported in real-time. Simultaneous pump runtimes can be reported when two pumps run.
MyDro 850 RTUs
Real-Time Alarms and Streaming Data
The MyDro 850 reports pump starts and stops in real-time. Analog values are reported every two minutes or on a 5% change. Volumetric flow calculations can utilize this information along with sump volume (as determined by an analog level sensor or fixed entries) to calculate hourly volumetric flows.
System capabilities may be expanded with optional remote control interfaces, such as automatically controlling offsite wells, tanks, gates, chlorine dosers, variable frequency drives (VFDs), and more, with optional remote control interfaces such as the Tank and Well Control Package, Digital Interconnect, and Analog Interconnect.