03.04.2005 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Statmon Technologies ships first Neuro, EIF-32 order

The Statmon Technologies EIF-32 is a stand-alone remote control and monitoring interface with a built-in CPU.

Statmon Technologies has shipped the first order for its EIF-32 embedded interface unit to Harris.

The EIF-32 is an intelligent, stand-alone remote control and monitoring interface with a built-in CPU, that provides automated monitoring and control of remote equipment and sites. Using the one RU, it is possible to remotely control devices and equipment situated in the field, retrieve critical data and make adjustments without actually visiting the site.

Paired with Statmon’s “Neuro” application software, the embedded software engine and database, the EIF-32 provides real-time monitoring, control, alarm notification, and logging in a user-friendly, integrated solution.

For more information, visit www.statmon.com.

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