Orange County, CA, February 21, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- FCI Watermaker’s exclusive Universal Reverse Osmosis Controller (UROC) technology pioneered marine water making over a decade ago when it gave boaters and other offshore users the ability to program, customize, monitor and operate their desalinating system from a remote display or computer. As the true inventor of this innovation, FCI has continued to evolve this technology and recently introduced UROC-3G — the next step in advanced water making control and monitoring.
“Now with expanded capacity, UROC-3G continues to be the smartest solution and the most advanced water making system on the market today, “ said Scott McGuire, President of FCI Watermakers.
While UROC was once reserved for high-output desalinators, FCI has integrated this exclusive technology with enhanced features in the company’s most popular watermakers, from the Max-Q Series to the commercial Titan Series. UROC-3G advancements include:
• Motor overload protection, voltage and amperage monitoring, low-voltage and over-amperage shutdown for ultimate safety and protection;
• Multiple remote station capabilities up to 4,000 feet away or via ANSI Terminal Services (no special programs are needed for this function);
• Built-in audio and visual alarms that warn against any system performance issue and provide on-screen troubleshooting assistance;
• More customized programming options to respond to individual user needs, including scheduling specific prime, sequence and run times, tank level control, amount of gallons made, and more.
Like its predecessors, the UROC-3G’s water-smart intelligence provides an onscreen troubleshooting guide and one-touch startup. Tactile feedback from FCI’s control panel offers reliable, sure-touch operation that eliminates operator error and provides at-a-glance monitoring.
“This tried-and-true technology and digital display are resilient to all boating conditions, unlike touchscreens that potentially fail in high-temperature climates or engine rooms,” said McGuire.
Founded in Santa Ana, California in 1992, FCI Watermakers invents the technology and advances the systems that are the future of marine desalination around the planet. Over a decade ago, FCI pioneered an automated technology never before seen in a watermaker. Today one-touch commands, multiple station operation and remote system control and monitoring have become water making standards, while FCI continues to provide the marine community with high-performance, value-driven products that are always ahead of the curve. For more information, visit www.fciwatermakers.com.