MOBILTEX RELEASES GCRTECH PFL1 — PORTABLE PRESSURE/FLOW DATA LOGGER CERTIFIED FOR USE IN NORTH AMERICA AND ENGINEERED FOR EXTREME CONDITIONS

Precisely Synchronized Rectifier Interruption

Small, powerful and easily installed, the Mobiltex uGI1-B enables field technicians to quickly equip rectifiers with interruption capabilities during periodic surveys of cathodic protection systems.

These tough, compact devices are designed to provide precise timing, repeatability and control of rectifier interruption and utilize GPS signals to synchronize operation with all uGI1 units. Event data is recorded by the unit and stored until field technicians download it via USB connection.

The addition of an optional Mobiltex Smart Relay cost-effectively expands the capabilities of the uGI1-B to include continuous logging of load current and interruption faults.

FeaturesBenefits
Accurate and complete reporting Precise timing and event data logging – includes geolocation, interruption activities, interruption faults (fault and load current logging available with optional smart relay)
Intuitive controls and configurationsEasily download data and upgrade firmware via USB connection. The uGI1-S can be easily programmed with our standard Programming Interface and a PC and can also be completed with a compatible iOS or Android-based mobile device and our available Bluetooth Interface.
Fast, simple installationCompact, weather-proof enclosure with magnetic mounting feet can be installed in minutes
Built to withstand the toughest conditionsLightning, surge and overvoltage protection and broad operating temperature range (-22°C to +70°C [ -30°F to +158°F ])

Specifications

Environmental
Operating Temperature-20° to +70° C (-4° to +158° F)
Storage Temperature-40° to +85° C (-40° to +185° F)
Maximum Altitude5000 meters above sea level
Humidity0 to 100% RH non-condensing
Physical + Power
Weight172g (0.38 lbs)
Size83.5mm x 79.5mm x 45.0mm (3.3″ x 3.12″ x 1.77”)
PowerAttach SRL1 AC/DC or SRL2 DC Smart Relay or External Relay Interface cable : 10W watts max — 8-52VDC or 6-36VAC operating voltage range

Documents & software

NameDescriptionType
MOBILTEX CorTalk uGI1-B & uGI1-SProduct BrochurePDF
NameDescriptionType
MOBILTEX CorTalk uGI1 ManualCorTalk uGI1 Manual v1.03PDF
NameDescriptionType
uGI1 Install Pack v1.0.0.7Configuration Application, Firmware and Drivers v1.0.9.0AZIP
uGI1 Config Apple iOS AppDownload from iTunesLink
uGI1 Config Android AppDownload from Play StoreLink
CorTalk Full Install Pack v1.0.0.27Download ZIP fileZIP
LTE Swap Apple iOS AppDownload from iTunesLink
LTE Swap Android AppDownload from Play StoreLink
CorView Apple iOS AppDownload from iTunesLink
CorView Android AppDownload from Play StoreLink

Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between the uGI1-B (Basic) and uGI1-S (Advanced)?

uGI1-B (Basic)
This is the GPS synchronized portable interrupter that can be configured locally with a Bluetooth enabled mobile device.

uGI1-S (Advanced)
This is the remote GPS synchronized portable interrupter equipped with two-way Iridium satellite communication. The uGI1-S can either be configured locally or sent commands with interruption parameters remotely via CorView.

How do I select the interruption profile I want on the uGI1?

Press the PROFILE “SEL” button next to the LCD on the underside of the uGI1.

How do I power the uGI1?

Attach the SRL1 AC/DC Smart Relay, SRL2 DC Smart Relay or the External Relay Interface cable to the uGI1, and connect the two yellow wires to a suitable voltage source. The acceptable input voltage range is 8VDC to 52VDC or 6VAC to 36VAC.

Media

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Telluric Currents – The Hidden Energy Source With Powerful Effects On CP

Telluric Currents move continuously around the earth with many factors that influence their intensity, duration and predictability as well as the way that they negatively affect CP measurements and pipeline corrosion.

Solution: CorTalk uGI1-B
Plan Frequency + Tiers + Options
Cellular
Iridium Satellite
Globalstar Satellite
(One-way)
Plan
Readings every 7 days — Transmitted every 7 days
Readings every 7 days — Transmitted every 28 days
Readings every 2 days — Transmitted every 2 days
Readings every 2 days — Transmitted every 8 days
Readings every 1 day — Transmitted every 1 day
Readings every 1 day — Transmitted every 4 days
Readings every 6 hours — Transmitted every 6 hours
Readings every 6 hours — Transmitted every 1 day
Readings every 1 hour — Transmitted every 1 hour
Readings every 1 hour — Transmitted every 12 hours
Readings every 30 days — Transmitted every 30 days
Readings every 14 days — Transmitted every 14 days
Options
Cover Removal / Door Switch Exception Reporting
Remote Limits
External Contact Alarm Exception Reporting
AC Peak Detection
TS1 Temperature Sensor
Fast Sampling - every 10 sec, 1 sec, or 0.1 sec