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BIDI Logger

Water loss management in water distribution networks is increasingly getting away from acute leak detection but becoming popular for monitoring through acoustical zone inspection. Thereby water leaks getting detected virtually in real time and can get repaired directly after they appear. Hence time consuming and costly leak surveys will be outdated.

With the new BIDI loggers from F.A.S.T. is now a product on the market that ties in with this trend. Whether it gets used as a conventional monitoring system, or extended to a self-transmitting monitoring network – the BIDI logger stick out with their very easy programming and with their unique functions. The possibility to correlate between two loggers who receive a leak noise, gives the operator already information’s about the exact leak spot.

Ortomat-LC Leak Monitoring

The ORTOMAT-LC offers simple and meaningful leak-monitoring for pressurised drinking water networks. Damage in the drinking water mains can be permanently or temporarily monitored with a simple installation. The ORTOMAT-LC is designed so that it can do its job without need for any further hardware or software.

Ortomat-MT and Ortomat-MT-GSM Leak Monitoring

Using the latest technology and a number of measurement methods, the Ortomat MT leak monitoring system offers the possibility of detecting the location of leaks at an early stage.

Water pipes that are operated under pressure can be checked or monitored for leaks in a fast and efficient way – either permanently or just temporarily.

As in the case of the well-proven earlier ORTOMAT system, the customer is provided with simple but meaningful leakage information.

With the Ortomat MT GSM, measured data is automatically sent via an FTP server to a central location. Newly detected leaks are reported directly by sending a text-alarm (SMS) to the mobile phone of the water mains operator.


Ortomat-MT Universal Leak Monitoring

The Ortomat MT is a general-purpose data logger with three measurement inputs. In addition to two analogue inputs (0-2V and 4-20mA), a pulse input is available for the recording of flow values. With the aid of an optional GSM-module, data can be entered at any location and be automatically transmitted to a central location.