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We really can’t believe it’s been less than a year since we introduced our WiNG wireless monitoring system to the marketplace.  WiNG market acceptance and implementation has been extraordinary.  We’ve shipped systems to facilities all over the US, and we are so proud of the the repeat business we’ve received from satisfied customers.   This … Continued

Great Things Come In Small Packages In case you didn’t know, we’ve been excited this month about the launch of the Falcon Wi-MGR. It’s a sensor monitoring gateway that streamlines communications between remote sensors designed to monitor the environment in your critical facility. But the reasons we’re excited may not be quite what you think. … Continued

Full facility mapping now available in a leak detection controller. Fort Collins, CO, April, 2012.  RLE Technologies is pleased to announce the release of the SeaHawk LD5200.  The LD5200 expands upon the innovative technology utilized by its predecessor, the LD5100, and is the the latest addition to a popular line of distance-read leak detection controllers. … Continued

RLE Technologies announces the release of new firmware for the Falcon FMS facility monitoring appliance. Firmware version 8.6.16 includes several new enhancements to the Falcon’s new interactive mapping features. A full list of changes is below. Click here to download the new FMS firmware.   List of changes to FMS firmware v8.6.16: 8.6.11A Added enumerated … Continued

RLE® Technologies, based in Fort Collins, Colorado, announces the release of the SeaHawk™ LD2100. The LD2100 is an update to the SeaHawk™ LD2000 controller and expands on its existing technology by improving several capabilities and introducing advanced new features. The LD2100 is a distance-read leak detection controller designed to function as either a stand-alone device … Continued

Fort Collins, CO – RLE Technologies announces the release of the Raptor Protocol Converter (FDS-PC), a solution that enables communication between equipment and systems that employ differing protocols. The Protocol Converter connects directly to equipment and converts the SNMP, BACnet, and Modbus protocols to one or more of these same protocols for integration into a … Continued

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