DATRAN Australia has over thirty years experience providing remote monitoring and control solutions for utilities, local governments, irrigation, agriculture and many other industries.
Using our low power digital radio and cellular technology, we have solutions for both large and small applications. DATRAN Australia provides solutions for the remote monitoring and control of irrigation systems and any application requiring remote management.
Councils in Australia and New Zealand also rely on our industrial grade telemetry and SCADA solutions to provide monitoring and alarm management for their critical infrastructure.
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The SMS Lite is used for commercial fire alarm system monitoring. Defend Fire group is an Australian company specialising in all types of fire alarm monitoring, fire detection and suppression systems. Many of their systems are installed in the remote rural communities of Darwin, Alice Springs and Adelaide. Having a reliable and proven messaging capability […]
The new DIN rail mount is suitable for all of the SMS Lite and Wireless Point to Point (WP2P) modules. The mounting bracket provides easy DIN rail mounting options in switchboards or control panels. The mounting bracket is made from 2mm mild steel with a powder coated finish and is supplied complete with an aluminium […]
The QTech SMS Lite is used to remotely start and monitor your generator via text messages over the 4G cellular networks. Starting your generator is now as simple as sending a text. We have been involved with a generator remote start project for the popular Kubota GL600D-AU-B genset fitted with the DSE 4520 digital control […]
Cybercrime is increasing in Australia – The targets of Cyberattacks now include automation systems, industrial networks, and farms. Each of these has an increasing amount of internet connected technology. For farms, everything from tractors to milking platforms to soil moisture sensors are connected to the internet and may have some level of vulnerability. The good news […]