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December 11, 2013

Servelec Introduces Secure Gas Flow Computing Solution with Anytime, Anywhere User Access

Semaphore, a Servelec Group Company has introduced secure gas flow computing solution to gas utilities and other users around the world.  The device provides measurement and control plus access by users, anytime, anywhere. It is capable of serving gas distributers, transporters and storage service organizations to measure gas flow, volume, calculate energy consumption, and provide all data via standardized protocols.

The solution is available in compact package and incorporates integrated 3G cellular communications, Web server, immediate notification technology, and mobile device connectivity.

Semaphore's new gas flow measurement computer is suitable for production sites with multiple wells and multiple run metering and regulating (M&R) stations.

The solution offers compatibility and connectivity with legacy or future devices- for comfortable and immediate data acquisition and notification.

Semaphore's flow computing solution fulfills Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) Directive 17 and American Petroleum Institute (API) Chapter 21.1 requirements. It can operate over a -40 to 70 degree C temperature range and applicable for installation in Class I, Division 2, Groups A - D hazardous areas.

The flow computing solution includes Semaphore's TBox LT2, high-performance remote terminal unit (RTU) and TFlo gas measurement application software with pre-configured PC menus and Web pages.

TBox LT2 RTU, an all-in-one SCADA system features integral Web server, 3G wireless communications, and a complete cyber security application suite, all tightly integrated with programmable automation, alarm notification, data logging, and Ethernet communications. It provides timely reporting of gas measurement information to multiple recipients through instant notification of alarms and live conditions via e-mail, FTP, and text messaging.

TFlo software, a standard application supports any combination of meters that are common in well site and pipeline installations, including Coriolis, positive displacement, rotary, orifice, turbine, ultrasonic, V-Cone, and Wafer Cone. 

Edited by Ryan Sartor

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