Cathodic Protection Radio from FreeWave

Cathodic Protection Radio from FreeWave
FreeWave Technologies

The FGRCP Industrial 900 MHz cathodic protection remote monitoring radio from FreeWave Technologies, Boulder, CO, has specific inputs and outputs for monitoring and reporting operational values on pipelines, tanks, structures, and other underground facilities subject to environmental corrosion. The multipurpose, spread-spectrum board-level device monitors pipe-to-soil test stations, rectifier stations, critical bonds, interference points, pipeline pressure stations, and pipeline scrubbing stations. It automates the remote monitoring of critical pipes and culverts to identify and prevent corrosion. The radio is also available in a preassembled LineMarker test station with solar power system, antenna, and conduit mounting bracket.

Contact Info

Company: FreeWave Technologies
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 866-923-6168
Fax: 303-786-9948

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