Wireless Real-Time Alarm System with Streaming Data

The M800 is a complete wireless monitoring and remote control system that enables users to identify trends with real-time streaming data and provides the ability to automatically or manually control remote assets. This purpose-built remote terminal unit (RTU) speeds and simplifies installation, with all of the necessary hardware for installation, including:

  • Cellular radio
  • Enclosure
  • Backup battery
  • Transformer
  • Antenna with cable
  • Mounting hardware

Upgrade to the latest capabilities with the MyDro 850. This RTU includes all of the M800 functionality and adds an LCD touch screen display and advanced electronics.

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Reliable Wireless Communications

RTUs operate on current generation (2G, 3G, and 4G) 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 program, cellular contracts to set up, or radio licenses to purchase and maintain.

Real-Time Alarms Delivered To All Devices

Real-time alarms are delivered via phone, text message, email, fax, pager, and even to an existing HMI software via an OPC data link. Each alarm is logged with a timestamp on the web portal for tracking and reporting. Settings can be tailored to better fit the customer’s alarming needs. The alarm call-out schedule setup is easy, flexible, and intuitive, which allows it to be as simple or sophisticated as users require.

Mission-Managed Service

Mission service includes all communications, data storage, alarm call-outs, reports, and technical support. 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.

Real-Time Streaming Data

M800 RTUs deliver real-time analog data and pump status for historical trending. View tank level changes and pump starts/stops as they occur.

Remote Control

Automatically or manually control offsite wells, tanks, gates, chlorine dosers, variable frequency drives (VFDs), and more with remote control features such as the Tank and Well Control Package, digital interconnect, and analog interconnect.

Robust and Secure Web Portal

Data and reports are accessible from a secure web portal from any web-enabled device. Enhancements are included at no cost and are immediately available. Tabular and graphical reports can be used for capacity, management, operations, and maintenance (CMOM) programs, compliance reports, and comparative studies. Historical data is archived and never discarded.

To learn more about Mission-managed services, download the Managed SCADA brochure.

  • Easy to install
  • Secure data transmission
  • Real-time alarms assist operations
  • Streaming data for historical trending
  • Automatic or manual remote control
  • Managed service includes everything necessary
  • Data and reports accessible from desktops, smartphones, and tablets

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Technical Specifications

  • 8 supervised digital inputs: all configurable to runtime/starts accumulators; option board expands digital inputs to 16
  • 2 analog inputs: 4–20mA or 0–5 V, 10-bit resolution, 4 real-time alarm set points per input; option board expands analogs to 6
  • 4 built-in alarms: AC, low battery, temperature, and communications fail
  • 2 optional pulse counter inputs for rainfall-tipping bucket or flow meter
  • 1 electronic key reader for site activity tracking and service mode
  • 3 remotely controllable, form C dry contact relay outputs (1amp at 12VDC), SPDT, N/O or N/C
  • Supervised 120 VAC to 12 VAC, 1.2 amp power supply with UL-recognized class II/class III transformer
  • 5 Ah battery provides up to 40 hours of back up power.
  • Includes Antenna Kit (PN R8005) with mounting bracket and 1 ft of cable; omnidirectional outdoor antenna can be wall- or pole-mounted
  • 8 vertical LEDs for diagnostics
  • 8 digital input LEDs display input status and wiring faults
  • RJ45 connection for optional Wet Well Module (PN 651)
  • Units automatically self-enroll with no start up delays; radios make live, continuous, encrypted socket connections and all data and alarms are end-to-end acknowledged; Mission does not use SMS messaging to transmit RTU data
  • AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint radios have 128-bit encryption; all use TCP data transmission protocol.
  • GSM: HSPA+ (ATT 3.5G and lower) Penta band (850, 900, 1700, 1900, 2100 MHz)
  • 0.6–2 W maximum transmit power and -112 dBm sensitivity
Data Frequency:
  • Digital runtime and alarm inputs and analog alarm set points: real-time
  • Analog inputs: every two minutes or real-time if 5% change occurs
  • Built-in telemetry inputs: reported hourly
  • Operating temperature: -30—70°C
Hardware Options:
  • Digital Input Option Board (PN 650)*
  • Analog Input and Pulse Input Option Board (PN 459)*
  • Pulse Input Option Board (PN 463)*
  • Analog Output and Pulse Input Option Board (PN OP460)*
  • Wet Well Module (PN 651).
  • Refer to Option Board and Wet Well Module data sheets for specification—additional accessories described in the Accessories Catalog
  • *One option board per RTU
  • Requires service package—M800 series (PN 58X)
  • Optional SCADA integration OPC link (PN 586) to client/server HMI
  • Optional Tank and Well Control Package (PN 587)
  • 1 year manufacturing and material warranty

You’re Never Alone

You will receive experienced technical support, including access to the people that built the system if needed. This includes comprehensive training, regular webinars, live support during business hours and after-hours support that is always available on a responsive callback basis for emergencies—at no extra charge.