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Three new instructional videos now on YouTube: 'Realflo Flow Computer running on SCADAPack x70 Smart RTU'

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Three new instructional videos now on YouTube: 'Realflo Flow Computer running on SCADAPack x70 Smart RTU'

Hello SCADA & Telemetry Community,
Come join software engineer Patrick McGrath as he dives into the topic of configuring and running the Realflo Gas and Liquids Flow Computer on the latest generation SCADAPack x70 Smart RTUs.


Video 1:
SCADAPack x70 and Realflo - Part 1 - Quick Start Guide
This is the first of three videos in the Realflo Gas Flow Computer series. With it comes a Quick Start Guide showing how to enable the flow computer in RemoteConnect, and how to search for a Multi Variable Transmitter (MVT) and view the current readings in Realflo.

YouTube link: <click here> 

 

Video 2:
SCADAPack x70 and Realflo - Part 2 - A Closer Look
This is the second of three videos in the Realflo Gas Flow Computer series. We take a closer look in more detail at the RemoteConnect settings that are configured automatically when Realflo is enabled. Procedural differences when using Realflo with the SCADAPack x70 are compared to Realflo when used with other SCADAPack Smart RTUs.

YouTube link: <click here> 

 

Video 3:
SCADAPack x70 and Realflo - Part 3 - Advanced Techniques
This is the third of three videos in the Realflo Gas Flow Computer series. We take a look at advanced techniques in RemoteConnect, such as how to view flow computer registers in an object browser, and how to use flow computer objects in logic including how to use alert notifications to do simple control actions such as a well shut-in.

YouTube link: <click here> 

 

Here's a link to the new Realflo Gas Flow Computer YouTube Playlist: <click here> 

 

Thank you
Martin Chartrand