From the Wires
RLE Technologies Introduces Facility Monitoring with Seamless BMS Integration
By: Business Wire
Feb. 12, 2019 11:15 AM
RLE Technologies, a leading provider of web-based monitoring solutions and leak detection systems for mission-critical facilities, has added a new line of panel-mount monitoring devices designed specifically for system integration. These new Building Management System (BMS) modules use protocols to communicate directly with any Modbus RTU or BACnet MS/TP system.
“When we developed the BMS products, our main goal was to make them as simple and straightforward as possible,” says RLE’s Senior Firmware Engineer Ryan Clemens. “For customers who would like to monitor legacy equipment or other equipment not designed with BMS systems in mind, we’ve designed a new line of products that easily integrate into an RS-485 based BACnet or Modbus trunk.”
With no user interface or separate software required, these modules make RLE’s sensor technology readily accessible and seamlessly integrateable for an entirely new segment of customers.
“We understand how valuable that BMS ‘single pane of glass’ view is to our customers,” says Jeremy Swanner, President, RLE Technologies. “These new products work behind the scenes to expand the capabilities of that BMS framework they’re already comfortable with.”
All three new products are in stock and ready to ship.
About RLE Technologies
RLE Technologies is the global provider of Triad raised floor and airflow products, SeaHawk leak detection, Falcon facility monitoring, and Raptor system integration products. For more than 35 years, our wired and wireless monitoring systems have provided peace of mind for facility stakeholders, and over 16 million feet of our patented leak detection cable is installed in facilities worldwide. RLE’s products are designed, engineered, and manufactured in the USA.
For more information, visit https://www.rletech.com.
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