Extreme Endeavors SingleNode Product Now Sold Through Amazon

Extreme Endeavors product the SingleNode is now available for purchase on Amazon. This small, rugged data acquisition and control system is the newest tool in helping water production and distribution.

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Extreme Endeavors SingleNode Product

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This Configurability allows the product to math just about any monitoring or control application.

Philippi, WV (PRWEB) February 23, 2014

Every day 23 million gallons of drinking water are pumped and distributed in West Virginia alone. Extreme Endeavors developed the SingleNode to help monitor and control the production and distribution of drinking water. The SingleNode is now available for purchase on Amazon.com giving water production and distribution agencies from around the world access to this new technology.

The SingleNode is a configurable system that can automatically turn pumps on and off, add chemicals, and control water filters. The SingleNode, measuring just 3.55 inches x 2.28 inches x 1.74 inches, connects to the Internet and saves time and money with the production and distribution of water.

Internet accessibility would also allow emergency services to shut down or start up water production and distribution on demand. How could this benefit a municipality? For example, the recent Elk River chemical spill in West Virginia,left 300,000 residents in West Virginia without access to potable water and created $61 million in losses {The Charleston Gazette, February 4th, 2014}. If, once the spill occurred, emergency operations could have used the SingleNode to stop all water production, then the contamination would have never entered the drinking water.

The SingleNode is not just for drinking water, though. Extreme Endeavors was very creative in designing adaptability into this technology. While the SingleNode is a physically small device, it has programmable configuration registers that allow the user to select everything from communications to the type of sensors to use. “This configurability allows the product to match just about any monitoring or control application,” states Mike Masterman, president of Extreme Endeavors.

Sale of such technologically advanced products also create business opportunities. Now, other companies can purchase the SingleNode and configure the device to meet their customer’s needs. Extreme Endeavors has already begun offering this product to monitor and prevent acid mine drainage problems, data logging of rain fall for industry, and providing automation for the Marcellus shale industry.

The SingleNode stands out because of its durability and ruggedness allowing it to be uses in severe environments. The electronics that comprise the SingleNode are fabricated utilizing the latest in automated microelectronic assembly techniques and the enclosure is machined from a block of solid aluminum. O-rings and internal potting provide environmental seals allowing the product to operate even during temporary submersion. The white color does not absorb sunlight which helps to keep it cooler when operating in a hot environment such as a desert or factory.

The SingleNode is a complete industrial process controller with the following features:

  • 2 high precision analog inputs, current or voltage configurable
  • 1 analog output for control, current or voltage configurable
  • 4 digital inputs or outputs
  • Ethernet, RS232 or RS485 communications
  • Wide input power range, 7 to 30 volts
  • Real-time clock for data synchronization
  • Onboard data storage

About Extreme Endeavors:
Extreme Endeavors and Consulting designs reliable and robust equipment for the harshest conditions found on Earth. The company specializes in taking technology into the most remote and dangerous places imaginable. Extreme Endeavors began operations in 1998, and added key personnel during a winter stay in Antarctica in 1999. They began full-time operations early in 2000 and have been growing and researching a variety of engineering and development projects. Extreme Endeavors provides engineering, management, and support to many research and development activities, across a wide spectrum of fields. The company has been successful in providing services throughout the world to scientists and is transforming these developments into commercial products and helping to make Philippi, West Virginia a place to look for future technology innovations. For more information, visit http://www.extreme-endeavors.com.


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