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AutoLog® RTUs (Remote Terminal Units)

AutoLog® RTUs - are high specification industrial products that result from more almost 40 years of hardware design, manufacturing and field project experience. Tens of thousands AutoLog® RTUs are operating all over the world in different kinds of remote monitoring and controlling applications. For example world biggest oil producer company Saudi Aramco uses AutoLog® RTUs in its nation wide pipeline monitoring system.


  • AutoLog® RTUs can communicate using many different interfaces:
  • GSM-RTU (GSM / GPRS Network) For GSM communication see also GSM-RTU pages !
  • Radio-RTU (Radio modem UHF / VHF network)
  • TETRA-RTU (TETRA Terrestrial Trunked Radio Network)
  • Other: Ethernet, RS-485, RS-232, satellite, other please specify!
  • Based on well proven AutoLog RTU technology, designed, manufactured and tested in Finland.
  • Complete solution directly from hardware manufacturer and software project designer.
  • Reliable solution

    based on almost 40 years experience and 10.000+ supplied RTU controllers and solutions.

  • Wide operating range -30°. +70°C. AutoLog RTUs are operating fautlessly both in the deserts (+70°C) and Finland (-30°).
  • Advanced and modern turnkey SCADA solutions. (Traditional-, Web- and IoT Cloud SCADA systems)
  • Build-in and advanced communication features.
  • Traditional PLC features. (See the list bellow!)
  • Custom designed RTU features. (See the list bellow!)
  • Compact and economically priced solution with many I/O, communication and other feature variants.
  • Modbus RTU Master / slave connection (on serial ports)
  • Turnkey SCADA project can be made and maintained by FF-Automation.
  • FF-Automation has supplied many successful RTU and Web & Cloud SCADA systems. (See the list of references!)
  • Long life span solution.
  • 10 years spare part guarantee.
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